Following on from the announcement from the ​Government instigating a Tier 4 lockdown for Norfolk and Suffolk, the ​RSPCA Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk Branch will now be running a further limited service.

Our Mission Statement

To raise awareness, provide practical support and demonstrate compassion in order to deliver excellent animal welfare in our Branch area.

We are an independent Branch of the RSPCA operating in the Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk area. We exist to help pet owners and local animals through adoption and rehoming, financial aid and our reduced cost microchipping and neutering schemes. We receive no government funding and therefore rely on the generosity of our supporters and members of the public to help continue our vital work of rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming more animals.

Our regular opening hours are Monday to Friday, 10:00am til 4:00pm. You can contact us on 0303 040 1565 or by emailing us at woof@rspcanorwich.org

To report an animal that is sick, injured or distressed please contact the National RSPCA

What we do

Looking for a new addition to the family? We offer adoption and rehoming services for cats and dogs.

We are able to offer educational presentations and talks to a variety of different groups and audiences.

In certain cases we can offer financial aid for pet owners who may struggle to pay veterinary bills.

We provide a reduced cost neutering service for cats, dogs and rabbits and a microchipping service.

Latest news

Have a look at our latest news and events and see what we’ve been up to!

Lily & Luna

Here it is, our first adoption story blog! This lovely blog is about Lily and Luna, a couple of beautiful kittens that came to us as part of a litter when they were really small! The cute little sisters were found and collected from a feral site and were a little hissy and grumpy when

Animal Welfare

Hello to everyone reading this, my name is Charlotte Billington and I’m an Animal Welfare Officer for the RSPCA Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk Branch. My working hours are officially 9-5, but it’s very rare that any of us stick to that. If an animal needs us, we will be there no questions asked, no

Cats and their collars

Cats and their collars. Read on for some advice form our Animal Welfare Manager, Chloe. Cats, they love to roam and play! But did you know there’s some important but simple safety checks you should do before letting your cat out?  Collaring a cat is a popular method of identification as it’s quick and easy

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