Our Impact

The RSPCA Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk Branch is a local Branch of the RSPCA. We work to achieve our mission of raising awareness, providing practical support and demonstrating compassion in order to deliver excellent animal welfare in your local area.

Our Mission & Strategy

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

We are a collective of passionate staff and volunteers managed by a strong and effective Board of Trustees. 

Our Work

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

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Our Animal Stories

We work with all animals big and small, from exotic reptiles and birds to cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and even donkeys! Here are just a few of the animals that have been in our care and received our help.

Samsung the Kitten

Little Samsung was found to have a serious heart condition at only a few weeks old, without a serious operation, he wouldn’t survive,

Peggy the Deaf Collie

Peggy came to us after no longer being able to work due to losing her hearing. After seeing how much she missed it, her new owners taught her sign language.

Holly the Underweight Stray

Holly came into our care severely underweight, she was so skinny you could see her ribs. A super affectionate cat, we think she had gotten trapped somewhere.

Bud the Crisp Loving Parrot

Beautiful Bud made National Headlines due to her love of crisps! This little lady loved them so much she had to be put on a special diet.

Abandoned Rabbits

Our Branch was called to assist after rabbits were found abandoned on someone’s doorsteps with dirty water, no food and in horrific conditions.

Help an Animal in Need

As an independent, local Branch of the RSPCA we are responsible for raising our own funds.

We couldn’t carry out our vital work without your help.

Donate

We have lots of different types of volunteer roles to suit any skill set or availability.

Volunteer

We have lots of different types of volunteer roles to suit any skill set or availability.

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