Hants & Surrey Border Branch

Registered charity no. 201291

24 Hour Cruelty
and Injury Line
0300 1234 999


Welcome to the RSPCA Hants & Surrey Border Branch

“Working to make animals’ lives better”

Our Branch, like all RSPCA branches, is a separately registered charity, operating independently but under the umbrella of the national RSPCA.

We are responsible for raising our own funds locally, which we achieve through our three busy and profitable charity shops in Ash Vale, North Camp and Farnham, and through local fundraising events.

This enables us to provide support for animals that have been abused or abandoned, are injured or sick, or are no longer wanted by their owners.  We receive no government or lottery support.

As part of our animal welfare aims, we also, from time to time, donate funds to provide support further afield to other RSPCA branches or animal centres who need financial assistance.

Mission Statement: The RSPCA works to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals.

In the past three years this Branch has spent nearly half a million pounds directly on local animal welfare.

  This young Staffie injured himself badly whilst playing.  His owners were very grateful for our substantial financial assistance towards the cost of a specialist orthopaedic op to repair his leg.

How We Can Help

Jack This Branch offers a cat re-homing service to members of the public in the local area and finds new, suitable homes for those animals in need.

Every animal that passes through our care for re-homing is vet checked, neutered and microchipped, if not already, and vaccinated against life threatening diseases.  Then we, or one of our local Animal Centres, find new homes for them.

We provide local pet owners, living in our branch area, who are on low incomes with financial support through our welfare assistance scheme by subsidising the cost of veterinary treatments for their sick or injured pets.
Unable to walk on his back legs, this abandoned cat was rescued by us.   He underwent 3 ops and stoically accepted his long rehabilitation with many weeks of cage rest.  After nearly a year in our care, he was successfully rehomed.  
We also provide free neutering and microchipping for cats and dogs for pet owners on low incomes.  This branch believes strongly in the need to prevent kittens and puppies being bred when there simply aren't enough suitable homes for all of them.

Microchipping promotes responsible pet ownership and increases the chances of reuniting lost pets with their owners.
Gracie's Babies


To see a map of our branch area (coloured cream), please click here.  Please note that in order to qualify for financial veterinary assistance or free pet neutering from us you must in the first instance live in our branch area.  Thereafter you must meet further criteria.  To find out more, please contact us on 07579 001459 (24 hr voicemail) or email admin@rspcahantsandsurreyborder.org.uk


Full details of all our activities including fundraising is published in our Annual Report which is available for download from the Charity Commission website here:  Our Branch Page


Site last updated 29 January 2017