RSPCA

  • Business Name: RSPCA
  • Head Office Number: 0843 208 1723
  • Opening Times: 8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week
  • Head Office Address: RSPCA Advice Team, Wilberforce Way, Southwater, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 9RS
  • Website: www.rspca.org.uk

RSPCA Head Office Contact Number

Other RSPCA Connection Numbers:

RSPCA Number
Head Office 0843 208 1723
Lost and Found Pets 0843 816 6843
Reporting Cruelty 0843 816 6844
Charity Shop 0843 816 6845
Jobs 0843 816 6846
Customer Services 0843 557 5201

By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those RSPCA departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.

RSPCA Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Head Office Customer Service 8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week

RSPCA Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office RSPCA Advice Team
Wilberforce Way
Southwater
Horsham
West Sussex
RH13 9RS

How much is the RSPCA adoption fee?
Can I rehome a horse through the RSPCA?
How can I apply for a job through the RSPCA?
Does the RSPCA rescue wild animals as well as domestic?
What does the RSPCA stand for?

About the RSPCA – 0843 208 1723

The RSPCA is a charity that is run by volunteers. It specialises in the rehoming of abused animals. The charity was founded in 1824 and has played an active role in new animal registration and law ever since. The charity cares for all manner of animals, including domestic dogs, cats, horses, and smaller pets. The charity also helps widlife who are trapped and need assistance.

The RSPCA want to help their pets find their forever homes. They believe that the perfect match is waiting out there for each and every animal. All animals in the care of the RSPCA have been abused, abandoned, or victims of cruelty. They are also vet checked and, neutered, and ready to find their forever home with you. As well as this, they come with 6 weeks insurance with More Than Insurance. So, why not start your search today over on the RSPCA website.

As well as homing cats and dogs, some RSPCA shelters house horses that need new homes. If you’re looking for a horse to rehome, you can check on the RSPCA website to see if there are any horses near to you.

If you would love to adopt a pet from the RSPCA, but cannot due to either your living circumstances or something else, you can sponsor a pet on the RSPCA website. This means that you pay for animals protection and lodging before they find their forever home. Becoming a sponsor for a dog kennel costs just £6.50 a month. A cat pot will also cost you £6.50 a month, and to sponsor both will cost you £13 a month. Doing this will make sure you receive regular updates and photos.

If you are looking to adopt, adoption fees differ for different animals under the current care of the RSPCA. Adopting a dog will cost you around £150. Puppies under 6 months will cost you around £200. And for both cats and kittens, you will be expected to pay £80. For information on the prices of other animals, head over to the RSPCA website.

For more information on adopting or sponsoring an animal with the RSCPA, ring the number above and we will connect you to a member of staff who can help you with your query.

RSPCA Lost and Found pets – 0843 816 6843

If you have lost your pet, they may have been picked up by the RSPCA. If they have, and they have been microchipped, you will receive a call from them saying that they have found your animal. You can also call your local dog warden and see if your pet has been picked up by them.

You should also note your loss at the local vets, in case your animal is taken in. You can also post flyers and online ads about your lost pet. If you wondering if the RSPCA have picked up your animal and they haven’t rang you yet, ring the number above and a member of staff will be able to connect you to your local RSPCA for more details.

Reporting cruelty to the RSPCA – 0843 816 6844

If you are concerned for an animal’s welfare or safe and are unsure on what to do – you can ring the RSPCA. The line is open 24 hours a day and will cost you the normal landline amount. Before you report an instance of animal cruelty or abuse, make sure you look through this checklist.

RSPCA Charity Shop – 0843 816 6845

Much like other UK charities, the RSPCA has a charity shop dedicated to funding their work. All shop workers are volunteers, and all profits go
towards helping animals in RSPCA shelters around the country. You can find a number of clothing and household items that have been donated to the shops. If you would like to volunteer at your local RSPCA charity shop, you can search through a list of vacancies. Roles include window decorators and till workers.

FAQ’s

How can I apply for a job through the RSPCA? – 0843 816 6846

You can browse the RSPCA job vacancy website if you wish to apply for a job with them.

Does the RSPCA rescue wild animals as well as domestic?

If you find a wild animal in need of help, and you have looked through the RSPCA website to look for tips on what to do, but cannot seem to help – ring the number above. A member of staff will come and help you.

What does the RSPCA stand for?

RSCPA stands for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

 

Below you can find more on the history of the RSPCA. You can also ring the number above if you would like more information on what the RSPCA do.