Bridlington, Driffield & District Branch
Bridlington, Driffield & District Branch

 

If you would like to give us a donation to help support our work with rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming unwanted and abandoned animals, please click on the Just Giving link below. 

Thank you very much for your support. It is really appreciated.

 

Want to raise funds for us at no cost to you?

Simply install & open the Amazon Smile app on your phone, select the RSPCA Bridlington, Driffield & District Branch (reg Charity 232212)  as your charity. Everytime you make a purchase through your Amazon Smile app we will receive a small donation from Amazon!

Want to raise even more funds for us at no cost to you?

Simply download the Easyfundraising App on your phone and choose us as your charity. There are over 6000 retailers to choose from. Just search who you are looking for. If you order from the retailer through the easyfundraisng app we will receive a donation for each purchase. It really is so Easy!!

Want to raise EVEN more for funds for us at no cost to you?

If you take donated goods into our charity shop and you are a tax payer we can claim tax back that you have already paid on the amount we sell your donated items for. So this makes an extra 25%! We just need your name, full address and an email address if you have one. We only use this at the end of the year to let you know how much you have raised for us. Any cash donations can also be giftaided too!

 

For the attention of members of the public finding injured birds.

Bird Flu/Avian Flu. Updated information as of 1st July 2022

 

Due to the severity of the bird flu outbreak which is now killing seabirds at an alarming rate, the RSPCA had made the extremely difficult decision not to accept new seabird admissions. This is to protect our other wildlife currently undergoing rehab, as an outbreak in any of our centres would require all birds to be euthanased.

We never want to turn away any animal in need but we must protect our current patients from this highly contagious, incurable and deadly disease.

The National RSPCA animals rescuers are continuing to attend reports of sick and injured birds. Please ring their Helpline 0300 1234999 to report any sick or injured birds. The RSPCA Helpline is receiving unprecedented numbers of calls at the moment so please be patient when you ring. Your call will be answered.

If you find a dead bird please report it to DEFRA on 03459 33 55 77 (Option 7)

Avian flu can be carried by all birds but waterfowl, gulls and birds of prey are the most common species reported.

The current strain of Avian Flu H5N1 has been known to transfer from birds to people. The risk is low  but the United Kingdom Health Security Agency is taking the possibility of zoonotic infection seriously and is taking a strict approach to the situation.

As a result of this situation our frontline officers are wearing FFP3 masks, eye protection and gloves  when coming into contact with any bird in line with up to date guidance from DEFRA.

ADOPT - DON'T SHOP!

 

Please see all the lovely cats, kittens and rabbits we have in our care looking for new loving homes.

 

Our new charity shop is now open at 29 Prospect Street in Bridlington!

 

If you haven't visited our new shop yet, please come in and have a look around. Lots of new items put out for sale every day and the window display changed regularly too.

 

We have received so many positive comments from our customers.

 

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Hedgehogs

 

Hedgehogs in gardens can be fed on dog food or cat food, but not ones containing fish, and given water to drink until they hibernate. Under no circumstances should they be given milk as this can make them really ill or worse. Piles of fallen leaves and small twigs are ideal for them to hibernate over winter in gardens.

 

Please do not use netting in your gardens or allotments as hedgehogs get trapped in it. We have had many casualties taken to the vets that have been trapped in netting, some of them in a really bad way and some who despite everyones best efforts have sadly not made it.

 

Hedgehogs should not normallybe out and about in daylight. It is a sign that they are in trouble. Hedgehogs can be taken to our local vets for checking over and given any necessary treatment. They will then go to Jane, our hedgehog volunteer, or another hedgehog rescue.

 

Please see our designated hedgehog page for more information. 

 

 

Every cat that comes into our care has a full health check including being tested for FELV/FIV if appropriate. This is really important and especially so if going into a household that has existing cats. All cats are treated for worms and fleas. Our cats are given treatment for fleas and ticks that last for 3 months. With the exception of young kittens all cats are neutered and micro-chipped prior to adoption. Adopters of young kittens are given a voucher to cover the cost of neutering when the kitten is old enough. All this treatment costs our local branch over £120 for a male cat & £160 for a female. We keep cats in our care for a minimum of 3 weeks until they have been given both vaccinations. It costs £37 a week to board a cat so add that to the veterinary care makes the total cost in excess of £260 even if a cat is lucky enough to find a new home straightaway. Sometimes cats can spend many months in our care before they find their forever home. Many cats also need extra veterinary care, (not many come in in tip top condition!)such as dental treatment.

If you are looking to adopt a cat please look at the lovely pictures on our cats looking for new homes page, download and complete the Perfect Match form or ring 07712459857 for more information on cats and kittens.

 

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Registered Charity Number

232212

Contacts

RSPCA Cruelty & Advice Helpline

0300 1234999

This number is available from  8am -8pm 7 days a week

 

Get help and advice about animals from the national website & if possible and it is safe to do so please take any injured wildlife such as fledglings to a vet as they will be dealt with much quicker. The RSPCA will pay for this.

The nearest available RSPCA Officer may be some distance away which will delay the animal being dealt with.

 

Correspondence Address

Bridlington RSPCA Charity Shop

29, Prospect Street

Bridlington

East Yorkshire

YO15 2AE

 

To adopt a dog or bird

01377 240325

 

To adopt a cat 

07712459857

 

To adopt a rabbit or other small animal

07850190397

 

General Enquiries

07712478436

(This number is not to report animal cruelty - please ring the RSPCA helpline 03001234999 for this)

 

Bridlington Charity Shop

29, Prospect Street

Bridlington

YO15 2AE

Tel: 01262 229030

 

Bridlington Fund Raising

Enquiries to our email address

 

Dog Warden (East Riding)

01482 393939

 

email

rspca.bridlington@hotmail.co.uk

 

(Please do not leave urgent concerns about cruelty on this e-mail address as it is not manned all day. Ring concerns through to the RSPCA helpline 0300 1234999 which is available from 7am to 10pm 7 days a week

 

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