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How many stores do the RSPCA have?
Additionally, there are over 300 RSPCA shops. We recognise the valuable support we receive from the branches in delivering our animal welfare aims and provide both financial and other support to them.
Do the RSPCA destroy animals?
The RSPCA destroys nearly half the animals it ‘rescues’ each year, with thousands being put down for non-medical reasons, shocking figures obtained by The Mail on Sunday reveal.
How old is the RSPCA?
About 197 years (1824)
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals/Age
How many RSPCA branches are in the UK?
We have a network of 152 RSPCA branches around England and Wales, and we work with many animal welfare organisations abroad through our international team. Our four RSPCA animal hospitals and five clinics treat pets in need of preventative medicine or welfare treatments belonging to members of the public who can’t afford private veterinary fees.
How many animal hospitals does the RSPCA have?
Our four RSPCA animal hospitals and five clinics treat pets in need of preventative medicine or welfare treatments belonging to members of the public who can’t afford private veterinary fees. We also have 39 clinics and 3 mobile clinics run by our branches.
What are the RSPCA’s objectives and structure?
Read on to find out more about the structure, mission and objectives of the RSPCA. The RSPCA’s mission is to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. To achieve this, the RSPCA works to enforce animal cruelty laws and advocate for new legislation where required.
When did the RSPCA start working in Australia?
Since then, RSPCA Member Societies have been established in every State and Territory, culminating in the formation of a national body, RSPCA Australia, in 1980. The RSPCA’s policies on animal welfare are based on rigorous scientific evidence, and guide all of our work.