07867 972870 (adoption) or 0300 1234 999 (emergency & cruelty) manager@rspcaeastnorfolk.org.uk

Welcome to

RSPCA East Norfolk

The most important part of our work is giving the best possible care to all those animals that are brought to us. Mostly, we receive them because they are unwanted, neglected, or have been ill-treated. 

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We Need Your Help

To make a donation to help us to continue our welfare clinic and our rehabilitation & rehoming of animals in our care, please click on the link below.

We have many sick and injured animals that need our help.

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 Coronavirus update 

It is with great sadness that in light of the current coronavirus situation we have decided to close our charity shops for the forseeable future. 

Our welfare clinic will also be operating in a different way with telephone appointments only, please see the clinic page for more information.

We are currently unable to take in new animals, we are however, now able to find animals in our care a new home. 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our amazing volunteers for all their hard work and also our customers for all their support. We couldn’t do the fantastic work we do for local animals without all of you .

We will be back with you as soon as we can but for the moment the health and safety of our volunteers and customers is of the utmost importance .

Take care and stay safe and let’s hope normal business will resume soon.

Our Activities

What We Do

Animal Adoption

Many of the animals in our care have never experienced life in a loving, family home. Can you give one the happy future they deserve?

Animal Welfare

We can’t help everyone so we try and provide to those who need our help the most. Check with us to see if you are eligible for low-cost vet care.

Fund Raising

Local charity shops play a key role in our fund-raising activites. All money recieved goes towards helping local animals.

Getting Involved

Save an Animal

Could you offer an animal a home?

We are always in need of kind, caring people who will adopt one of our animals under our re-homing scheme. Please visit our adoption page for further details of the cats, dogs and other small animals we have that are waiting for a home.

Could you help financially?

Perhaps you might feel able to sponsor the Branch or kindly send a donation. We really would appreciate any help you might be able to give. Do, please, take the time to find out about us and the work we do by looking at the rest of our web site.

Could you be a fosterer?

Would you like to become a foster parent? Foster homes are needed all year round for different reasons. We have mums that are pregnant or nursing, convalescents, orphaned litters  and stressed animals that need extra care. No costs are involved to the fosterer.

Get Involved

We are a local charity helping animals within our area, we need extra volunteers to help with the ever increasing amount of animals needing our care.

 Events

We are proud to introduce our virtual 5km event.

What is it?
A 5km run, walk, jog or cycle- in your own time and earn one of our bespoke medals.

When and where?
The choice is yours! You can choose a time and location that suit you. You could run in a park after work, cycle around town during the weekend, or walk on a treadmill in the morning.

How to take part
Register at https://bookwhen.com/rscpaeastnorfolk and pay £8.95. We will then put the medal in the post to you.

All profit made from the event goes directly to help animals in need across East Norfolk
Thank you

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Pet Adoption Notes

Adopting VS Buying

  • You are saving a life. …
  • You will save money. …
  • Helping to eradicate puppy and kitten farms …
  • Can improve your health and make you happier. …
  • Can benefit children. …
  • Most of the animals are house trained. …
  • Unconditional love.

Finding the RIGHT Pet

Come and visit the cats by arranging an appointment to view them. At our Branch we are very personal and hands-on and get to learn more about their characters every day we care for them. We can use that knowledge to help you choose your new companion.

 

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