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Welcome to the RSPCA Furness & Barrow

The RSPCA Furness and Barrow Branch became a registered charity in 1966.  In the years since then, our Branch has steadily grown to encompass the care of cats, dogs and rabbits which are brought to us by the RSPCA Inspectorate.  Through a small group of dedicated volunteers, we work diligently to provide care for those animals that are most in need:  the abandoned, abused, distressed and injured. All money raised within the Branch area is spent locally to promote animal welfare on the Furness Peninsula.  Like all separately registered branches of the RSPCA, we are largely self-funding and welcome donations to support our work.  Furness animals need our help!  We can’t be there for them without yours.

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  • NEW – November 2018 Neutering campaign

    It’s well known that neutering dramatically reduces the number of unwanted animals and strays, but in these days of tightened purse strings, we find that some owners on low income can struggle to get their beloved pet spayed or castrated as part of the usual duties of ownership. At RSPCA Furness & Barrow branch, we acknowledge that this is a growing problem, so for the month of November 2018, we are running a neutering voucher scheme for FEMALE cats and dogs owned by those in receipt of certain benefits (see below): Housing Benefit Council Tax Credit Universal Credit Income Support…

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  • July 2017 Welfare Neutering Initiative

    If you’re wondering how we did with our Welfare Neutering Initiative back in July, we have the figures to share with you: Full cost vouchers issued:             53 Full cost vouchers redeemed:      49 Dogs neutered:                                 18 Cats neutered:                                  31 Total funds spent:                           £ 3,228.54 This means that because…

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