|Charity Shop and Opening Times|
|Events and Fund Raising|
|Pet of the Month - June (Meet Bonnie)|
|Special Stories (Meet Ayla and Marley)|
|Pet Adoption Information|
|Cats Available 1 - North Hykeham|
|Cats Available 2 - North Hykeham|
|Cats Available 3 - Nr Wragby|
|Cats Available 4 - Doddington Park|
|Cats Available 5 - Doddington Park|
|Kitten Kittens and More Kittens|
|Rabbits Available - 1|
|Rabbits Available - 2|
|Guinea Pigs Available|
|Lost and Found|
|Lost Pet Advice|
|Neutering - Fact and Fiction|
Lincolnshire Mid and Lincoln Branch
Registered Charity Number: 224482
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Welcome to the RSPCA Lincolnshire Mid and Lincoln Branch
THIS BRANCH NEVER PUTS A HEALTHY, TREATABLE ANIMAL DOWN
This website explains the work of your local RSPCA Branch caring for the welfare of, rescuing and rehoming animals in the Lincolnshire Mid and Lincoln area.
Our Branch, like all local RSPCA branches is a separate charity which though under the umbrella of the National RSPCA, is not centrally funded. Neither the national society nor this Branch receive monies from the Government. This means we exist through donations from the local community and must raise funds through regular events within the Branch's boundaries.
We will microchip your pet for £10 at our office in Lincoln, opposite Debenham. Again please contact Charlotte for more information and an appointment.
In order to fund our animals and the work that we do we rely largely on our Charity shop in Lincoln, which is beneath the office. If you have any items you would like to donate to us, that we can sell, please pop in. If you wish to pick yourself up a bargain, from clothing, homewares, music, dvd's and more or need to stock up on some pet food or accessories, you will like what you find inside! So pop in and take a look.
To become a member of the RSPCA see our volunteers page.
If you are concerned about an animal you know or want to report cruelty please do not contact us, but ring the cruelty and advice line on 0300 1234 999 immediately.
This website is sponsored by Otus. www.otus.co.uk