cats

Milly

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, […]

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 cat behaviour

Just like us, cats can experience a range of emotions – the problem is, they can’t tell us. Therefore, as owners we need to understand cat behaviour as a way to understand if we have a happy cat, a scared cat, or an angry cat. It’s essential to understand the body language of our pets […]

Neutering your pet

Neutering can help prevent illnesses and some unwanted behaviours. If you wish to get your pet neutered the best thing to do is speak to your vet. They will be able to advise you about the cost and the best time to neuter your pet, you do not need to let an animal have one litter […]

Welfare Clinic

We will be holding our next veterinary clinic’s here at the RSPCA Bolton branch at 21 Vernon St, Bolton, BL1 2QB on Friday 22nd March 2019 And Tuesday 26th March 2019. Clinics will be held here twice weekly for those clients living in the Bolton area who are on benefits. The clinic will be for […]

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