The RSPCA is Britain's largest animal welfare charity.
The RSPCA receives no money from Government and relies on donations, legacies and volunteer fund raising to carry out its vital work.
In 2009, this branch of the RSPCA rehomed over 300 animals. We microchipped 150 pets to ensure they were never separated from their loved ones. We neutered 157 animals to help prevent the birth of unwanted pets. We provided welfare assistance in over 100 special cases. We made over 500 home visits to make sure our rehomed dogs, cats or rabbits were going to good, safe homes and that the adoption was going well. Help us make 2010 a record year for helping animals.
The RSPCA is the only animal charity with a team of trained Inspectors and Animal Welfare Officers who police the fair treatment of animals, both pets and wild animals, in the UK
RSPCA Cambridgeshire Mid East Branch has a policy of not putting any healthy pet to sleep. No animal is put to sleep without the professional opinion of a vet to confirm that any alternative would be cruel.
RSPCA Cambridgeshire Mid East Branch is organised and supported by volunteers - why not join our happy team? We need loads more helpers, whatever amount of time you can spare.
The RSPCA shops in March and St Ives are the Branch's biggest fund raisers by far, so shopping there or donating good quality unwanted goods is a very good way to support local animal welfare services.