Welcome to our RSPCA Coventry and District Branch Website

Helping local animals and promoting kindness to all.

We have many Cats and Dogs looking for their furever home

Please view our adopt a pet page to find your perfect match!

The RSPCA Coventry and District branch has been in existence for over 30 years. Based at our small site in Coventry we rescue and rehabilitate animals that come into us both from Inspectors and from members of the public that can no longer care for their animals.

Although we use the RSPCA name we are a separately funded branch and receive no funding from the Government.  We rely on donations, fundraising, gifts in wills and income from our local charity shops to keep us open.

In 2011 the Nuneaton Branch merged with with Coventry and so became Coventry, Nuneaton & District and then in October 2018 we merged with Rugby to become Coventry and District Branch. This has meant that we now cover a large area and are able to help even more animals.

The RSPCA as a whole:
We were founded in a London coffee shop in 1824. The men present knew they were creating the world’s first animal welfare charity, but they couldn’t have imagined the size and shape that the charity would become today.

Back then we were the SPCA – Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Royal patronage followed in 1837 and Queen Victoria gave permission to add the royal R in 1840, making us the RSPCA as we’re known worldwide today.

When we were founded, our focus was working animals, such as ‘pit ponies’, who were worked down the coal mines. But we’ve changed with the times.

During the First and Second World Wars we worked to help the millions of animals enlisted to serve alongside British, Commonwealth and Allied forces. And, our work with pets that we’re best known for today, only developed with the trend to keep them.
The greatest shift across the times has been in attitude. In the UK we’re known as ‘a nation of animal lovers’ but it wasn’t always that way. When we were founded it was a challenge to get the British public to recognise animals as sentient beings – and not just commodities for food, transport or sport.

Quick facts:
It costs £30,000 for us to keep open each month
We have 4 charity shops helping to fund us
Our vet bills are often in excess of £1,000 a week
We have 30 cat pods and 30 dog kennels
In 2018 we re homed 666 animals 215 dogs and 451 cats

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Advice & Welfare

Charity Prize Bingo!

On Saturday 14th September at 4:30pm we have Charity Prize Bingo at The Pavillion in Nuneaton. We have some great prizes to be won, all are welcome so get ready with your dibbers and your dabbers!! BINGO GAMES START FROM JUST 50p Where: The Pavillion, Ansley Road,...

Annual Dog Show

We are holding our very popular Dog show on Sunday 18th August at the Memorial Park in Coventry. Please get in touch early to register your pet for each class. We have fun for all the family and look forward to seeing you there! Details Time: 12 Noon till 4pm 12...

Calendar Competition

We are producing our very own calendar of rescued animals again this year and would like to invite entries. Do you have a photogenic pup, a handsome hamster or a perfect puss? Then send us your fabulous pictures with a chance of them being in our calendar next year!

Spay, Snip & Microchip

The RSPCA in conjunction with Cats Protection are offering neutering for both female and male cats and a microchip for only £5. There are various vets around Coventry and District which are taking part in this scheme. Please note this scheme is NOT run by the centre...

Opening Hours

Reception and Pet Shop:

Wednesday to Monday 11am - 4pm
Closed Tuesday

Contact Us

Post:

RSPCA Coventry & District
Brownshill Green Farm
Coundon Wedge Drive
Coventry
West Midlands
CV5 9DQ

Phone:
General Enquiries: 02476 336 616
during opening hours or leave us a message via option 3
RSPCA Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999

Email:
info@rspca-coventryanddistrict.org.uk

 

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