|Kingston, who was adopted from us, showing off his festive attire!|
|Newly admitted animals waiting to be health checked at the vet|
|Lenny - 1 of the 238 cats adopted this year!|
|Our abseil down the Trafford Centre Bell Tower raised £5830! Amy Lewis wins the competition for best photo though...|
|Donating pet food and providing neutering vouchers at the Manchester Food Bank|
|Staff member Deborah at the University of Manchester Volunteer Day - looking for new recruits!|
|Staff member Michelle ran a half marathon for us!|
|Hip-hop duo Run The Jewels donated copies of their limited edition EP for us to sell in our Northern Quarter charity shop! One of the more random points of the year!|
- Our part time animal staff member Catherine is back in January following maternity leave for her second child. She returns just two days a week but will be working Saturdays so we can get even more out of our week.
- Our Urmston charity shop has reopened after a year of closure and we hope it will bring in some much needed funds.
- Friday 26th Feb will see our first venture into a vegan pop-up cafe at the Nexus Art Cafe on Sidney Street in the Northern Quarter. We hope you can join us (it’s not all lentils, we promise!).
- A 1950s prom themed Murder Mystery Night is set for Sat 23rd April thanks again to the generosity of the Manchester Murder Mysteries Mistresses!
- And please put Saturday 4th June in your diaries as we'll be arranging a treat for our supporters with an afternoon tea and revealing talk about the RSPCA (for more info please get in touch).
|Our Urmston shop reopened in December 2015|
- We already have two community welfare events lined up in Irlam and Blackley offering free and low cost microchipping and there will be many to follow. (Don’t forget in April it becomes the law that all dogs in England are microchipped.)
- We will be working in partnership with Cats Protection League (CPL) to get owned ‘at risk’ cats to the vets for neutering. We will provide the transportation and free microchip and CPL will pay for the neutering.
- We will be funding and overseeing ‘The Reptile Project’ based at the RSPCA adoption centre in Pets at Home’s Stockport store. The custom-made vivaria has been kindly funded by Pets at Home. Currently there is no provision for reptiles in Greater Manchester rescued by the national RSPCA inspectorate, so we are aiming to provide a much needed service for admission, rehabilitation and rehoming of all things scaly!
|Our very special team: Michelle, Susie & Deborah|