RSPCA0843 557 5201
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Get in touch with the RSPCA on the number 0843 557 5201 where you can report injured animals, make donations or discuss anything else with the charity. Find the number you need for the department you might require below.
RSPCA Contact Numbers
|Helpline||0843 557 5201||9am till 6pm Monday to Friday|
|Report cruelty or an injured animal||0843 816 6843||24 hours|
|Lost and found pets||0843 816 6844||9am till 6pm Monday to Friday|
|Find your local RSPCA||0843 816 6845||9am till 6pm Monday to Friday|
|Make a complaint||0843 208 1723||9am till 6pm Monday to Friday|
|Donations and volunteering||0813 816 6846||9am till 6pm Monday to Friday|
Phone the RSPCA helpline on the number 0843 557 5201 to speak to a team member regarding anything to do with the charity that is dedicated to the welfare of animals. You can phone this number if you would like to respond to card that has been delivered to your door or to get an update earlier card.
You can also phone this number if you need to discuss either domestic or wildlife animals, when you phone the number you’ll have the choice of either of these departments where you can get advice on what you need to do depending the situation you are in.
As well as using this number to get information on domestic and wild animals, you can also use it get to advice on general pet care, animal rehoming, animal welfare law and vet care.
If you phone this number above you can also get details about local vets close to you, council and police for non-emergency situations.
Report cruelty or an injured animal
If you need to report a case of cruelty or an injured animal you can phone the number 0843 816 6843. Here they will be able to take details of the situation and can let you know the steps they will now take.
When you phone to report cruelty or an injured animal you will need to provide certain information on the call. The things you will need to provide include your name, address and contact number which they need for their records. You will also need to give the time, date and the place of the offence, if you have pictures of the offence this can greatly help for evidence in prosecution cases so if you have managed to take pictures then please inform the operator on the line. You will be asked a series of questions about the incident, so they can get a clear picture of the situation. If known you will also need to provide information on the people who are involved, as well as any details of witnesses, and a registration or vehicle details if this is known.
Lost and found pets
Phone the number 0843 816 6844 to discuss lost and found pets with the RSPCA. When you phone this number you can report a found pet and find out what you need to do with them.
You can also phone this number if your pet has gone missing, and you can check to see if your pet has been found and turned into the RSPCA. If you’ve had your pet micro chipped this means you can get details on your lost pet a lot quicker.
Find your local RSPCA
Find your local RSPCA when you phone the number 0843 816 6845, here they will be able to give you details of the local RSPCA when you provide your location, giving your postcode is the best way of ensuring that you get the closes branch.
Make a complaint
If you would like to make a complaint to the RSPCA you can do so on the number 0843 208 1723. Here they will be able to log your complaint and will aim to resolve it quickly and efficiently.
Donations and volunteering
To make a donation to the RSPCA or discuss volunteering options for them you can phone the number 0813 816 6846.
When you phone this number you can find out the best way to make a donation, whether it’s doing it over the phone, doing it online, or texting a donation.
If you would like to discuss fundraising for the animal charity, phone this number to find out the best way to go about it. You can organise your own event, or join one of theirs, so you can get details about the next events that are near to you and what you can do to help.
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