RSPCA Manchester and Salford Branch

Registered Charity Number: 232255

RSPCA National 24hr Cruelty and Advice Line 0300 1234 999
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Orphaned Baby Bunny Easter Appeal

Can you help us secure the future of nine orphaned baby bunnies this Easter?One baby bunny being a little more greedy than the rest in their foster home!Martha and her siblings were rescued by the National RSPCA field officers from a home where dozens of rabbits...

Happy New Year! Looking into 2016

Happy New Year!Kingston, who was adopted from us, showing off his festive attire! 2015 was a busy one at the branch and despite having a part-time member of staff on maternity leave all year we achieved a huge amount for animals in need. Of course none of this would...

Behind the Scenes: Update

 You may remember our Behind the Scenes Feature this Summer that put a spotlight on some of the animals that have been with us a while. Their long stay was either due to being overlooked or having additional support needs to help them to recover from illness,...

Behind the Scenes Series: Zula the cat

Every so often we get a cat in our care who you just wish you could communicate with and say that everything is going to be alright. Sadly we can’t and so we have to spend months slowly building up trust between the cat and carer until we finally reach a point where...

On the Look Out

We’ve all seen the shocking images of long-haired animals RSPCA inspectors have rescued in appalling conditions, so badly matted that you can’t even discern their breed. NB this is not a picture of Teddy. We cannot show you his pictures for legal reasons.Well...

Shep’s Day Out

ShepAnyone that works with rescue dogs will know how kennels are a necessary evil sometimes. We rescue dogs from terrible situations and whilst we assess them ready for a new home they have to stay in our kennels. We make them as comfy as possible with cosy beds,...

Mum’s need love too!

This post is by volunteer cat cuddler, and adopter, Jacquie Cahill.Last Friday – whilst I was at the cattery –  made me think.  We have lots of beautiful little ladies who have just raised their kittens and are now looking for their Forever Home, whilst...

Newsletter: Spring edition

This year so far....We've delayed our quarterly newsletter so it coincides with our AGM invitations. It means we are able to give you an overview of our work for the first four months of the year so you can learn more about what we have been up to.Perhapsthe most...

Marathon Effort

Since a child I've been in awe of the participants of the London Marathon. Such an inspirational sight witnessing thousands of runners taking part in such a legendary sporting event. More than anything, I enjoy hearing the life stories of the runners, the motivations...

Family Ties

As this week draws to a close I've awoken to the realisation that there has been an over-riding theme to the last seven days. It's one that is all too familiar to us all, yet often so alien in the guises that it adopts that we don't necessarily see it for what it...

The Woodhead Pass

We've gone over the Pennines twice this week picking up animals rescued by inspectors that had nowhere else to go. I'm not sure quite what that says about available resources in the area, animal welfare matters in the area, or our ability, at RSPCA Manchester and...

Anja

Can you help Anja fight for her life? We currently have a little Rottweiler puppy fighting for her life at the vets who was cruelly abandoned late at night on Christmas Eve. At barely 8 weeks of age Anja was found in a box by a passerby...

Annual Review of 2013

The chance to reflect on the year gone by is both a melancholy and celebratory experience. There have been some prevailing themes in 2013 that are alluded to in our annual statistics below. Animal Adoption 2012 2013 Cats 276 250 Dogs   53   41 Rabbits  ...

Chance

I think I speak on behalf of everyone at the branch when I say that this year has been tough. The infrequency of blog posts during 2013 illustrate how hard we've been working and how challenged we've been by it all. Those rare moments of time off releases a selfish...

RSPCA Manchester and Salford Branch
565 Wilbraham Road
Chorlton
Manchester
M21 0AE

Email: rspcamcr_salford@btconnect.com
Tel: 0161 737 6600

Registered Charity Number: 232255

Please note that animals are not kept at this address