RSPCA Cardiff & District Branch

Registered Charity Number 232228


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The RSPCA Cardiff & District Branch has been in existence for well over a century!

Throughout this time we have continued to help local animals in need.

We no longer have an animal centre in Cardiff, however, we continue to rehome hundreds of unwanted or cruelty case animals, using private boarding establishments and via our team of dedicated fosterers.

Via our Welfare Assistance Project, we issue vouchers enabling pet owners (on low income and in receipt of benefits) with emergency vet bills.  And we help towards the cost of neutering and microchipping

We often organise animal ‘Community Care’ events, where we offer help and guidance on many animal issues.  We support our local RSPCA Inspectors in whatever way we can, as well as assisting our nearest RSPCA Animal Centres in Newport and Swansea, also the RSPCA Clinic at Merthyr Tydfil.

As you can see, RSPCA Cardiff & District is extremely active - but none of this would be possible without the help of our supporters.  

Branches of the RSPCA are separately registered charities, responsible for raising funds locally.

Therefore, our work helping LOCAL animals in need depends on the generosity of our supporters and the funds we raise locally.


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We hope you enjoy browsing  our website to see some of the work we do locally.

Discover how you can help us ….. become a volunteer …… or fundraise for us …… make a donation …. or even remember us in your will.


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ANIMALS IN NEED!


We are committed to the prevention of cruelty to animals, and we will reduce animal suffering wherever possible. Our work is aimed at increasing animal care and well being. We will promote kindness to animals in every way we can.


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ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING

A TRUSTEE WITH THE BRANCH?


RSPCA Cardiff & District Branch has been going from strength to strength over the last few years. Each year we rehome in excess of 300 animals and have helped hundreds more with our Welfare Assistance Programme. We have just opened our fourth charity shop in Cardiff.  Exciting times!

We are always happy to hear from potential new Trustees to join us on our journey!

Trustees are responsible for the direction and performance of a charity A successful Committee depends on people from a range of ages, backgrounds, skills and experiences - with a variety of perspectives on difficult issues and a mix of skills to draw on. If you can offer a balanced viewpoint and have the time required to meet the obligations of the role we'd love to hear from you!

The role of the Trustee

  • To ensure that the organisation operates in accordance with the governing document, legal and regulatory guidelines.
  • To take an active part in the running of the charity.
  • To fundraise to ensure the financial stability of the Branch.
  • To attend Trustee meetings regularly and actively take part.
  • To complete other tasks in-line with Charity Law on the role of Trustee.


This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is dedicated to animal welfare and who would like to make a difference locally. If you would like to join our team please send us a CV and a short letter telling us why you'd like to get involved and what you think you can offer.

Please note that in order to be a Trustee with the RSPCA you will need to have been a member of the Society for a minimum of 3 months. If you are not yet a member, but would like to join - possibly with the aim of getting further involved in the future - please contact us for a Membership form:

RSPCA Cardiff & District Branch
St David's House, Wood Street, Cardiff. CF10 1ES

Tel: 029 20220511 - Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Or CLICK HERE to join online today!




 

RSPCA NATIONAL SOCIETY

RSPCA National Website

Please note that reports of cruelty and neglect

must be made to the NATIONAL SOCIETY.

Their 24hr helpline is 0300 1234 999

LATEST NEWS

  • Appeal for owner of lost cat

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    RSPCA issues a reminder to cat owners to get their pets microchipped

    Thursday 30 October 2014

    THE RSPCA is looking for the owner of a cat that was found in Cardiff.

    The male black and white cat was found yesterday (Wednesday 29 October) by a member of the public at Bryn Y Nant, Llanedeyrn, who contacted the RSPCA. 

    RSPCA inspector Christine McNeill said the cat had been recently castrated but was not microchipped.

    “He has a bite wound on his back left paw, but otherwise he is okay,” she said.

    “This cat must belong to somebody and I think he has just got lost.

    “Hopefully we will be able to track down the owner to reunite them.”

    A microchip is recommended by the RSPCA as an effective way of permanently linking pets to their owners, increasing the chances of them being reunited if the animal is lost, stolen or strays.

    The RSPCA is therefore remind people to get their pets microchipped to give their lost pets the chance of returning home.

    Anyone who may have information about this cat should contact the RSPCA inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018. Calls are treated in confidence.

RSPCA Cardiff & District Branch

Units 1 and 2
The Brickyard Business Park
Western Avenue
CARDIFF
CF14 3AT

Tel: 029 20220511

rspcabox.cardiff@hotmail.co.uk