What happens when you report someone to Rspca?

What happens when you report someone to Rspca?

When reporting an animal welfare concern to our cruelty helpline, we will treat your personal information in confidence and will only share it in the circumstances mentioned below or where we are authorised to do so by law. Any personal data is always anonymised. …

What animals does the Rspca help?


  • Dogs.
  • Cats.
  • Rabbits.
  • Horses.
  • Rodents.
  • Exotic pets.
  • Find or call a vet.

How do I report animal cruelty?

Reporting abuse. If you witness suspected cruelty to animals, call your local animal control agency as soon as possible or dial 9-1-1 if you’re unfamiliar with local organizations. If you make a report of alleged animal cruelty, the responding agency is required to investigate.

How long do Rspca investigations take?

Although we reply to the majority of complaints within 25 working days, if the matter is complex and requires greater investigation it may take longer.

What are the 5 animal needs?

What are the five welfare needs?

  • live in a suitable environment.
  • eat a suitable diet.
  • exhibit normal behaviour patterns.
  • be housed with, or apart from, other animals.
  • be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease.

Do I have to let Rspca in?

Many people feel intimidated when faced with “mob-handed” visits but the law is on your side. No matter what the R.S.P.C.A. may say to you, do not be tempted to let them in without proper authority. No legal seizure of your animals can take place unless entry to your premises has taken place with proper authority.

How do I contact PDSA?

Call us on 0333 234 0599. Our lines are open Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 9am-2pm. One of our customer contact agents will ask you for some details and explain how to continue with your claim.

What do RSPCA inspectors do?

RSPCA inspectors investigate complaints about animal cruelty, rescue animals and give advice to animal owners.

Can I contact RSPCA anonymously?

You can report concerns on 0300 1234 999 but we’re unable to accept anonymous reports. The vast majority of calls we have to respond to come in during the day and early evening and we need to make sure we have enough officers available to deal with emergencies in these peak times.