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The regional RSPCA Centres are usually not funded by the National RSPCA and do not get any resources or very little from them.

Main Office:
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Wilberforce Way
Southwater
Horsham
West Sussex
B29 5UP
United Kingdom
Telephone Number 0870-3335-999 (UK)
Telephone Number 0044-707-5335 999 (Outside UK)
Internet Address http://www.rspca.org.uk

RSPCA Centre
Gonsal Farm
Dorrington
(Near Shrewsbury)

Telephone Number 0870-0104253 (UK)

Birmingham Branch:
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Animal Centre
Weoley Castle
Birmingham
B29 5UP
United Kingdom
Telephone Number 0121-427-6111 (UK)
Fax Number 0121-427-2599 (UK)
Internet Address http://www.buyapaw.com/

Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston & District Branch:
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
16 Crescent Parade
Middlesex
UB10 0LG
United Kingdom
Telephone Number 01895-231435 (UK)
Telephone Number 01895-0833-417 (UK)
Internet Address www.rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk
E-Mail rspca@rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk

How you can help. Tell the RSPCA about an injured animal or an animal which is being cruelly treated by calling the RSPCA Nationwide 24 hour cruelty line:
Telephone Number 0300-1234-999 (UK).

The work of the RSPCA is as important today as ever. Originally founded in 1824 to fight animal cruelty, they have grown to become an authority on animal welfare, respected around the world. Fighting animal cruelty in all its forms is still the most vital part of their work - but another important part is educating the general public about the responsibilities of pet ownership.

The RSPCA is a registered charity (no. 219099) and receives no State or lottery aid. They rely totally on voluntary donations to undertake their vital welfare work. The running costs are over 40 million a year!

Currently there are over seven million cats in the United Kingdom - and around half a million kittens. One in four households owns a cat; and for the first time, the number of cats owned has overtaken the number of dogs in Britain.

Advice about Cats from the RSPCA

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Additional Information:

Health Problems:

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