RSPCA Cambridge

RSPCA Cambridge

Charity information

RSPCA Cambridge

We are a local branch of the RSPCA, raising funds to run animal welfare projects in the South of Cambridgeshire.

Founded 1893

  • Mission statement

    To prevent cruelty and promote kindness to animals.

  • Aims

    RSPCA Cambridge aims to:

    • All people asking the RSPCA for assistance and meeting the eligibility criteria should be offered at least a contribution sufficient to ensure that their animal is seen by a veterinary surgeon.
    • Branches should be able to provide advice or assistance to animals of all species, even if only by referral to specialist organisations.
    • To rehome all healthy or treatable animals taken into branch care.
    • Support with welfare neutering of their animals should be offered low income owners.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1893

    Registered Charity Number: 205098

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 60

    Phone number: 07742 658 086

    Address: 76 Sturton Street, Cambridge, CB1 2QA

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
  • Pet Neutering

    To increase the proportion of neutered animals so that births match the number of availabl... More
  • Animal rehoming fund

    To care for animals taken in by RSPCA inspectors and for sick/injured strays whose owners ... More
  • Emergency treatment fund

    To help sick and injured animals get emergency treatment when our own animal clinic is not... More
  • RSPCA Cambridge Animal Clinic

    To provide a low cost veterinary service for animal owners who are on very low income who ... More