Contact the RSPCA by phoning their customer care phone number 0300 123 0346 for general enquiries, for dog adoption, to locate your nearest re-homing centre and report an emergency regarding a rescue kitten.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) is the UK’s largest animal charity, rescuing several hundred thousand animals each year. You can phone the charity on their general enquiries contact number 0300 123 0346 to support the RSPCA by making a donation, to find your nearest animal rehoming centre and to place an unwanted animal up for adoption. You can also call this helpline for friendly advice about caring for a young pet such as a puppy or kitten, where you will get helpful tips about food requirements, veterinary treatments and general upkeep costs. Moreover if you have applied to foster a cat or dog you can call this helpline to track your application.
Calls to the RSPCA are charged at the same rate as phoning local 01 and 02 phone numbers which means you can contact the animal charity for free if you get inclusive minutes on your monthly calls tariff, excluding the cost of any telephone donations. You can phone the RSPCA general enquiries team from 9am-5pm Monday-Friday so note you will be unable to apply for an animal adoption on weekends.
Emergency helpline – 0300 1234 999
Phone the RSPCA on their emergency contact number 0300 1234 999 to report a wild animal in distress so that they can send their trained inspectors to rescue it. This helpline also applies to injured domestic pets, therefore you should report potential cases of animal abuse to the RSPCA via this telephone number.
Write to the RSPCA
You can also send postal enquiries and donations to the RSPCA by mailing your letters to their UK office address, although please be aware that replies handled by this team may take up to two weeks to arrive at your home address:
RSPCA Advice Team,