National Cruelty Line

0300 1234 999

So far in 2017 we have re-homed

Dogs

33

Cats

5

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Sponsorship

We have just 10 kennels, from which we rehabilitate and rehome in excess of 100 dogs a year.

Whilst they are with us, each animal requires all the things that we humans take for granted, such as food and water, warmth and exercise, toys and grooming, good health care plus, of course, lots of love.

Could YOU sponsor a Kennel ?

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What we mean by YOU is that you could be an individual, a family group, a club, a business or maybe as a gift for a friend or family member .

Your generosity of just £300/year or £30 per month will help our team in the vital work of giving many unwanted and neglected animals that arrive at our kennels a second chance in life.

Please help !

In return for your sponsorship,

  • Your name is displayed above the chosen Kennel.
  • Recognition on our linked website next to every dog in your sponsored kennel. (optional)
  • Send you a special Sponsorship Certificate.
  • Your name will also feature prominently at our Charity Shop in Kendal. (optional)
  • By clicking onto our website, you can follow the progress of every animal that enters and leaves your nominated kennel throughout whole the year.
  • Receive bi-monthly Branch newsletters.
  • Invitation to an annual VIP function at our Kennels.
  • Receive an animal related (car) window sticker(s).

For further details, contact us on rspcawestmorland@btconnect.com or click here for an enquiryform

Adopt a Pet

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Jojo – Jack Russell Terrier

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Fred – Domestic Shorthair

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Help Feed Our Animals

We accept animals into our care for a wide variety of reasons, so whilst they are with us and before they are rehomed, it’s important that they settle into a regime of eating healthy, nutritious food. You can appreciate that with so many dogs to feed, we’re only too happy to ask for all the help we can get.

From as little as £1 a day, could YOU spare a little cash to ensure that our dogs have enough good food on their journey to recovery?