Welcome to the RSPCA East Norfolk web site
The most important part of our work is giving the best possible care to all those animals that are brought to us. Mostly, we receive them because they are unwanted, neglected, or have been ill-treated.
Could you help us to help them? We are always in need of kind, caring people who will adopt one of our animals under our re-homing scheme. Please visit our re-homing page for further details. In order that the Branch work can continue we are always in need of new branch members, especially those who are prepared to give time to work on our committee. Taking care of traumatised animals is very costly as they often need a lot of time and patience as well as medical treatment before they are able to be re-homed. Fund raising is so important.
Could you help? Perhaps you might feel able to sponsor the Branch or kindly send a donation. We really would appreciate any help you might be able to give. Do, please, take the time to find out about us and the work we do by looking at the rest of our web site.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CAT/KITTEN OWNERS:
The next neutering and Microchipping event will be held on Sunday the 6th November from 11 till 12pm.
This will be held at the RSPCA Welfare clinic on Tarworks Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1QR
Working in conjuntion with our friends from cats Protection Anglia Coastal Branch we are here to try to help with the amount of unwanted kittens and the spread of potentially fatal feline diseases in the local area. Plus the benefits to the cat and owner to prevent future health issues.
It is just £10 per cat for the cat to be microchipped and a full cost neutering voucher issued by CP. This is to be used at the veterinary hospital on Beccles Road, Gorleston.
You need to bring your cat along on the day if they are not mircochipped, we will then microchip your cat and register the details on the appropriate database. If they are already chipped then please leave the cat at home and pop along with the chip number and proof of benefits such as housing or council tax., or working tax credits.
This is for people who live in the branch area, and are at the time in receipt of beneits, and produce proof on the day.
This is for Male and female cats and kittens over the age of 12 weeks.
We are sorry that we cannot afford to fund everyone but as there are limited Charity funds it would not be appropriate to subsidise people who can afford to pay. It takes the charities a lot of time to raise the funds needed to offer these services.
If you have any further queries or questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see lots of you on the day.
We Need Your Help
To make a donation to help us to continue our welfare clinic and our rehabilitation & rehoming of animals in our care, please click on the link below.
Cat of the week
If you would like to rehome any of our cats please fill in the form below and email to
Or give us a call for more information
Thank you to Autotech Garage, Hewitt Road for keeping us running.
We are truly grateful for your continued support.
Please see the fostering page for details