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Rupert

Rupert is about 4 years old and came into our care after being removed from a multi cat household. He is still getting used to his new surroundings in the cattery but is getting more confident by the day. His ideal home would probably be as an only cat and older children to give him […]

Maisie

Millie and Maisie are both about 6 years old. Millie is tabby and Maisie is tabby and white. They have come back into our care through no fault of their own so are both now looking for their forever homes again. Maisie is the more outgoing one of the two but they both like to […]

Seasonal advice for winter

A British winter can be tough on animals, but there are plenty of things you can do to help. Sometimes it’s the smallest things that can make a big difference. Ways to help wildlife this winter RSPCA wildlife expert Nicola Cunningham said: We can all struggle when the weather takes a turn for the worse, […]

New Build

New RSPCA Bolton Animal Clinic and Charity Shop Look how far we have come in such a short space of time. Hopefully our new premises, which will house an animal clinic and charity shop, will be open to general public soon. Our fantastic new base is currently in the process of a total renovation. We […]

RSPCA Blog: The Ceremony of the Keys

Well we’ve done it – we’ve got the keys to our brand new building. We are all now soooo excited, but also quite overwhelmed with what we have yet to do! Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5VGMafQtbA  to see our video of the ‘Ceremony of the Keys’. It has been nearly 4 years since we first dreamt of […]

Understanding dog behaviour

Just like us, dogs can experience a range of emotions, the problem is, they can’t tell us. Instead, dogs communicate using mostly body language. They use all different parts of their body, including their tails, ears and eyes to tell us how they’re feeling. As pet owners it’s important to understand your dog’s behaviour and take […]

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