Kirk is longing for a home


Happy-go-lucky Kirk is a bright and breezy 3 year old who is enthusiastic with everyone he meets. With his outgoing and friendly personality, he’ll fit nicely into any home, and show what a loveable softy he can be. To give handsome Kirk a really good life and loving home, email –


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Steve needs a home


Cuddly toy loving Steve is a happy and very friendly young lad with a lot of love to give. As he’s perfect company for most dogs, we think he’d enjoy sharing his new home, especially with a female, but equally a home all to himself would be great too. No cats for this boy though, due to a possible chase instinct! 18 month old Steve should settle well into his new home, however, some rescue dogs need a bit of a settling in period, so new owners need to allow for this if necessary. To meet Steve email –


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Volunteer Collectors Needed


Could you offer an hour or so of your time to help with either of our collection days? All the dogs and cats in our care are brought to us by the RSPCA Inspector because their owners have cruelly treated or neglected them; all of them need some form of veterinary treatment or special care during their stay with us.  Fundraising is therefore vital to pay for the treatment and care of these special animals.  If you can spare just an hour then get in touch.

 If you can spare just an hour then please get in touch.  Contact:


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Staff sky dive in aid of our branch!

Five staff members from RSPCA Warrington, Halton, St Helens are doing their part for the animal charity by doing a sky dive!!

John, Dani, Connor, Sophie and Kate are all employed by the branch and want to raise funds to help improve the branch and allow more support for the animals. Some of the funds will go towards staff development to keep our staff up to date with standards and procedures allowing for the best care possible for our animals. Other funds will go towards the general running of the centre, toys, beds, and walking and agility equipment for our animals.

Animals in our centre have usually been the victim of cruelty or neglect so please give generously.

Click here to go to our Just Giving page to donate now

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Thank you Charley!

What a way to brighten up a rainy day!…A visit from young Charley Harrison certainly brightened up the animals’ day!!
8 year old Charley very kindly sold all of this years Easter eggs, some of her DVDs and other personal items… Raising the branch a staggering – wait for it – £100!!!!!!
A huge thank you to Charley – a young hero that our animals well and truly need :):)

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Animals for Rehoming

We now only take animals brought into the centre by RSPCA Inspectors which have been taken from their owners because they have been cruelly treated. Occasionally some of these animals become available for rehoming. When this happens we will put up the animal’s details on our website and Facebook pages to try to find them a home as quickly as possible. We don’t generally open to the public anymore so if you want to look at any available animals you will need to make an appointment – you can contact us by email –

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Volunteer Shop Assistants Vacancies


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The Warrington Shop is looking for reliable, honest and creative people to come forward to volunteer in our charity shop in Warrington Town Centre.  This role is particularity suitable for someone who may have a few hours to spare each week and are looking after a new opportunity to make a difference.

If you are looking to meet new people, gain new skills and/or enhance your CV, or you are simply looking to make a difference and have a few spare hour to offer regularly then please get in touch.


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10 Things ……


you could do to help our branch


If you love animals and would like to help our branch in some way but you don’t know how, here is a starter for 10!

Our branch only accepts RSPCA Inspector Case Animals, this means that our branch looks after some of the most serious cases of cruelty and neglect in the country.  However, we cannot survive without your support, and there are lots of ways you can do this.  Take a look at our BIG 10.  If you want to help our branch, and you love animals then this is a perfect way to help us.
Which one will you choose this month?


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The Branch Offers FREE NVQ training in Customer Service

If you are looking to develop your skills and improve your chances of getting a job, please come and talk to us. We are offering NVQ in customer service, and a range of volunteering opportunities in our Warrington and Widnes shops.  If you would like to find out more please contact Nicola Morgan – or


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There’s a lot of FUN in Fundraising


The most important volunteering role our branch has is that of the fundraisers.  Without fundraisers our branch cannot keep doing the vital work it does for the many abandoned and abuse animals that come through our doors.


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