Every RSPCA Branch is a separately registered charity and operates within the framework of the national society's policies and guidelines. This means we are one of 164 branches in England and Wales and the local branch for Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk, you can find your local branch here.
Our branch is run by a committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the branch's affairs and a small team of dedicated staff who work within our centre and all across our charity shops, all who are equally committed to the welfare and management of animal welfare.
We support the Inspectorate by rehabilitating and rehoming animals that have been removed from unsuitable homes, or that have found themselves unowned through no fault of their own. This has been achieved over the years with the generous help, support and contributions of the local community.
What do we do?
We rehome mainly cats and dogs at our branch, and we rehabilitate small furries such as rabbits and ferrets when we can. We have no animals on site, all are housed at private boarding establishments and can be viewed by appointment.
We can also help with some financial costs including the cost of neutering and microchipping, you can find out more about the services we provide here.
We would love to help everyone that contacts our branch, but because of limited charitable resources, the RSPCA needs to be sure there are enough spaces in our centres to take in those animals most in need; these are animals rescued from cruelty and neglect by our officers. Sadly, this means our centres are not able to take in every stray animal or unwanted pet.
It costs our branch on average £300 per cat to rehabilitate and re-home. For dogs it costs the branch approximately £500 per dog and as a separately registered branch of the RSPCA we are responsible for raising funds locally which we do through out charity shops, fundraising, donations and legacies.
We are always grateful for any donated goods to keep our shops well stocked so please do think of us if you have anything you could donate. Visit our Charity Shops page to view our shop locations, information on what items we can and cannot sell and how to help us raise even more funds by Gift Aiding your donated goods!