IMPORTANT MESSAGE.  This summer season has been especially busy and we have reached capacity at the centre.  We hope you all understand that in order to give our current patients the best level of care and individual attention we need to stop admitting any more patients for a short time.

During this period of time, for any injured or unwell small wild animals please contact a local vet.  For large animals such as deer, badgers, foxes and swans, please telephone the RSPCA inspectorate on 0300 1234 999.

Thank you for your ongoing support, and we will hopefully be open again soon.

Could you make a pledge to run, swim, walk, cycle, run on a treadmill or just take a gentle stroll and complete 100 miles to raise funds to protect and care for wildlife?

RSPCA Oak & Furrows is an independent Branch of the National RSPCA.  We have a network of 9 charity shops that rely largely on donations from the public to sell.  This money helps to pay for our wildlife rescue center near Cricklade.  We also provide financial assistance to owners of domestic animals and support the national inspectorate with their work on animal cruelty and neglect.

 

Our mission is to prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate suffering of animals, we do this by promoting the five fundamental needs of all animals.

  • need for a suitable environment
  • need for a suitable diet
  • need to be able to exhibit normal behaviour patterns
  • need to be housed with, or apart, from other animals
  • need to be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease.
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RSPCA Oak & Furrows is an independent Branch of the National RSPCA.  We have a network of 9 charity shops that rely largely on donations from the public to sell.  This money helps to pay for our wildlife rescue center near Cricklade.  We also provide financial assistance to owners of domestic animals and support the national inspectorate with their work on animal cruelty and neglect.

 

Our mission is to prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate suffering of animals, we do this by promoting the five fundamental needs of all animals.

need for a suitable environment

need for a suitable diet

need to be able to exhibit normal behaviour patterns

need to be housed with, or apart, from other animals

need to be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease.

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