RSPCA Hants and Surrey Border Branch


The Hants & Surrey Border branch of the RSPCA can provide information on rehoming, electronic advice, veterinary financial assistance and free neutering for cats and rabbits. For full details including membership and benefits, please visit the website.

Welfare assistance:
Please note that in order to qualify for veterinary financial assistance or free pet neutering from this branch, you must live within the branch area and be in receipt of certain qualifying state benefits. To contact the RSPCA Hants & Surrey Border Branch Welfare, please either contact 07880 547 502 or email Active hours for welfare are Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.30pm with 24hr voicemail.

Branch Volunteer Group (BVG): all volunteers are encouraged to join.
Volunteering roles include: drivers, home visitors, event fundraisers, charity shop assistants (in North Camp), Cat and kitten fosterers, cattery cuddlers, and cat carriers.
If you would like to volunteer, please contact the Volunteer Coordinators at

Wildlife welfare:
If you find a wild animal in distress, please call the emergency RSPCA NCC (National Call Centre) on 0300 1234 999.

About RSPCA Hants and Surrey Border Branch

The RSPCA works to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals. The Hants & Surrey Border branch, like all RSPCA branches, is a separately registered charity, operating independently but under the umbrella of the national RSPCA. The branch provides support for animals that have been abused or abandoned, are injured or sick, or are no longer wanted by their owners.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Membership: starts from as little as £2 per month for individual membership or £3 per month for joint membership.

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RSPCA Hants and Surrey Border Branch

General enquiries: 07880 547502





Branch Postal Address
Farnborough RSPCA Shop
47 Camp Road
North Camp
Hampshire GU14 6EN

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