We are looking for a new forever home for Sam a 5 year old Spaniel cross. Please see our dog page under Animals Needing Homes for more information.
Free Micro-chipping for cats!
During the month of April all cats can be micro-chipped free of charge at any of the veterinary practices in either Bridlington, Driffield or Beeford. Just ring your vet & book an appointment.
Please remember to update your details with PetLog if you move house or change your telephone number.
We now have a special page for hedgehogs. Please visit the page for more information.
They have been a lot of changes in National RSPCA policy in recent times & we are currently unable to accept dogs into our care for re-homing. We are actively working to remedy this situation so that we are able to take dogs into our care again as soon as posssible.
All cats can be micro-chipped at any of the veterinary practices in our area for just £5. We recommend that all cats are micro-chipped due to their wandering nature. It also helps to identify the owners of deceased cats. Once a cat has been micro-chipped owners should ensure that their personal details, address, telephone number(s) etc are kept up to date on the PetLog computer database. We have taken many cats in over the years that have been micro-chipped but sadly the owners details have been out of date & although we have tried to find the owners we have not always been sucessful. If a cat is re-homed to someone else the new owners details should be notified to PetLog as well.
We spend a lot of time trying to encourage cat owners to have their pets neutered. All animal welfare charities are struggling to cope with the number of unwanted cats and kittens in particular.
We want to encourage people not to buy animals from private sales on social network sites such as Facebook as these pets are unlikely to have had the benefit of a veterinary health check. All animal welfare charities advertise the pets in their care on their websites but all prospective adopters are checked out prior to adopting and if possible animals are neutered prior to adoption to reduce the number of litters causing even more of a burden on their resources.
We are looking for some new volunteers to foster kittens or rabbits. We always take in a lot of kittens during kitten season and need volunteers to care for them in their own homes until new homes are found for them. This does not usually tke very long so kittens are only with fosterers for a short time. The RSPCA will supply all the equipment, food and litter for the kittens and rabbits.
Anyone interested in fostering should ring either the Cat & Small Animal Adoption Line 0262 409080 or mobile number 07712459857.
Registered Charity Number
RSPCA 24 Hour Cruelty & Advice Helpline
Adopt a dog or bird
Adopt a cat or small animal
01262 409080 (Answerphone)
01262 671511 (Answerphone)
Bridlington Charity Shop
Bridlington Fund Raising
Driffield Fund Raising
Dog Warden (East Riding)
Dog Warden (Ryedale)