We are a self-funding branch and rely on the generosity of the local community to continue our welfare work. We also provide welfare assistance to owners who cannot afford treatment for their own animals via a veterinary clinic on Lancaster Road in Preston.
Anyone interested in adopting a cat or dog, please follow our Facebook page, Instagram account and website for the latest information regarding animals looking for their forever homes. You can also contact us, during our opening hours, on 01772 792553.
For cruelty or welfare concerns, please contact the National Helpline on 0300 1234 999.
If you have found a stray dog, please contact your local dog warden.
Thank you for your continued support during a difficult period, we hope to see you at the centre if you are interested in giving an animal a second chance, or at one of our Fun Open Days throughout the year.
Our mission is to provide safe homes to abandoned, neglected or abused animals, to nurse them back to health, rehabilitate them, and find them their forever home.
Our job is never easy, as the volumes of unwanted animal’s just keeps getting higher. Our job is never easy, as the volumes of unwanted animal’s just keeps getting higher. We pride ourselves on delivering rehabilitation and rehoming services to protect animals in most need.
The RSPCA Preston & District Branch
is a self funding independent charity, grateful for public donations and the generosity of the community.
Please take a look at some of the pets that have been rescused and are currently in our care. Click on their photos for more details about each animal to read more about its nature and needs. Get in touch with us to arrange a visit or for more information
Preston animal centre is currently closed for the intake and rehoming of animals.
If you want to offer an animal a forever home, animals for adoption can be found on the RSPCA website at: www.rspca.org.uk/findapet