Branch Charity Number: 207708
The North Devon RSPCA Branch is an independently registered charity and are financially responsible for any animal welfare services they may initiate in their area.
We receive NO government , all funds needed to continue our work are raised in North Devon and are used for animals in the North Devon area.
We cannot function without your help, so please, take a minute to explore the site and discover how even the smallest of things can make the biggest difference!
The North Devon RSPCA branch covers Lundy Island, Ilfracombe, Lynton, East Anstey, South Molton, Barnstaple, Torrington, Holsworthy, Jacobstow, Hartland, Bideford, Braunton & surrounding rural areas.
Have you got something to donate but can`t get it to us ? Call 01237 239504 to arrange a collection.
We are looking for Volunteer Fundraisers
To help with fundraising on our behalf at local events. Could you spare a morning or afternoon to raise awareness of the work we do and raise funds at the same time.
If you would like to help please ring our Branch Office on 01237 476688 or email email@example.com with your name and address and we will send you an
Thank you !
We are always trying to help as many animals as we can. Occasionally we rescue an animal that has several dire veterinary needs to restore them to health, which can be very costly. These plucky individuals also deserve a chance at a happy and settled life in a loving home. They can cost thousands of pounds to treat. Spending this money on one animal has a big impact on the number of other animals that we can help, which is why we have specific Fight for Life Appeals.
Sully was involved in a Road Traffic Accident which resulted in him having his left eye removed. He also underwent extensive x-rays and medical checks to ensure no further damage had been caused. Sully is only a year old and should recover to have a full and happy life.
To give towards Sully`s expenses please click the button below and state “Sully” in the purpose for the donation.
Beau is a 2 year old neutered male. When he first came in he had lost a lot of weight and had been vomiting constantly. On examination he was found to have ruptured his diaphragm. He underwent extensive surgery to repair the rupture and spent a week hospitalised before he could be moved to a foster home for further rest and recuperation. Beau is making good progress and is ready to find a loving home. He is a happy, playful and very affectionate cat.
To give towards Beau`s expenses please click the button below and state “Beau” in the purpose for the donation. Thank you.