Registered charity no. 248489
Stella is looking for a home
Stella came into us as her previous owner could no longer afford to look after her. She is currently living in a loving foster home but would really like to find her forever home with a garden so she will be able to outside when she wants to.
Her foster mum has this to say to about her: “Stella loves affection and company and being petted, so she would be best suited to an owner who has the time and interest to give her lots of attention. She’s very responsive as well – she comes when I call her, and jumps up readily when I pat the seat beside me.”
Stella does have a heart condition so will need an owner who is happy to monitor this and able take her to the vet for check ups when needed. And she will reward you with lots of cuddles and love in return!
If you are interested in finding out more about Stella, please complete our online adoption form.
New Volunteers Needed
Are you looking for a new volunteer role?
Do you enjoy working with children and young people?
Would you like to share your passion for animal welfare and responsible pet care?
If so our branch would love to hear from you!
We are looking for people to help deliver talks and offer pet care advice in our Education Centre, above the new ‘Pop Up Shop’ in Ruislip. It would be a great opportunity for a confident communicator to influence the next generation of animal lovers, and would look great on your CV too!
Please call Susan on 07876753228 for more information.
Donate to our branch: Text CATS26 followed by the amount - e.g. CATS26 £10 – to 70070 to donate up to £10.
Re-home one of our animals
If you suspect abuse, cruelty or neglect
If you suspect an animal is being neglected or abused then report it immediately to the National RSPCA’s cruelty line (separate to the branch) on 0300 1234 999. The case will be assessed and dealt with by a trained member of staff and, if necessary, tasked to an Inspector.
You can also report cruelty online using these links:
- Report animal cruelty (animal abuse or neglect)
- Report an animal in distress (a sick, injured animal or trapped animal)
Please answer as many questions as you can so that we can take action. We may call you back if we need more information.
More information on reporting cruelty
Access the RSPCA HQ’s virtual assistant
RSPCA Central, West & North East London
2 Lansdowne Row
London W1J 6HL
Tel: 0207 272 2264 (this is an electronic voicemail service which is regularly manned; we aim to respond in 48 hours).
For emergencies, and sick or injured animals, please call 0300 1234 999. Thank you.
Please DO NOT use this email address for animal emergencies as it is not checked throughout the day – please call the RSPCA’s cruelty line (separate to the branch) on 0300 1234999 for all requests for urgent help
Whilst we try to respond to all relevant enquiries as quickly as possible, we are a very busy branch so please be patient.