Call the RSPCA on their membership enquiries telephone number 0300 123 0346 to contact an operative about the process of making a donation or to enquire about the work they provide in aid of the welfare of animals and the UK environment.
About the RSPCA
RSPCA, or the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, is a charity that aims to protect the United Kingdom’s wildlife and environment along with the welfare of domesticated pets. For instance the charity’s work extends to rescuing animals from dangerous situations, providing free medical care to injured pets and to lobbying the United Kingdom to influence the legislative process. The RSPCA was established in 1824 and has since grown to the extent that it is one of the most prolific charities in the country.
RSPCA Membership Enquiries – 0300 123 0346
Phone the RSPCA on their membership enquiries helpline number 0300 123 0346 if you need to speak to a representative about your monthly donations to the charity. For instance, you should get in touch with a representative from the charity to discuss how to cancel your subscription if you can no longer afford to a donation. Alternatively you may wish to contact the charity with enquiries about fundraising, particularly if you want to participate in a sponsored event to raise proceeds in support of their work. Callers may also enquire about making a one-off donation either by telephone or at the address of their local RSPCA charity shop or veterinary care branch. Alternatively if you have lost your cat, dog or any other microchipped pet then it is recommended that you call the RSPCA so that they can check if they have been registered on their system.
RSPCA Animal Cruelty Helpline – 0300 1234 999
You should call the RSPCA on their animal cruelty telephone number 0300 1234 999 to report a case that is causing you concern. A member of the RSPCA rescue team will be able to respond as soon as you have detailed the location of the incident but may require your contact details for additional information after an initial investigation. Furthermore, the RSCPA provides free medical assistance for pets if you cannot afford insurance or if they have been taken in following a roadside accident. Similarly, if you have spotted an injured animal then you are advised not to move it but to call a member of the rescue team as soon as possible.
Call Costs and Opening Hours
RSPCA uses 03 contact numbers meaning that you will only be charged the standard per-minute rate as any other local call made from a UK mobile or landline telephone. However, you may be able to contact RSPCA for free if you are using any inclusive free minutes that have been offered by your service network as part of a monthly tariff deal. The RSPCA membership enquiries helpline has the opening hours of 9am-5pm Monday to Friday whereas the animal cruelty emergency number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Important RSPCA Contact Numbers
|RSPCA Department||UK Contact Number||Opening Hours|
|Memberships and Donations Helpline||0300 123 0346||9am-5pm Monday to Friday|
|RSPCA Animal Cruelty Helpline||0300 1234 999||24 hours a day, 7 days a week|
Write to the RSPCA
You can ask the RSPCA advice team for information on domestic and wild animals or for general advice about pet care when writing to their UK postal address: RSPCA Advice Team, Wilberforce Way, Southwater, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 9RS, United Kingdom.