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RSPCA Cheshire (Altrincham) Branch are not responsible for the contents of external websites or the availability of linked pages.

Inclusion of a link to an external website does not imply any endorsement by or affiliation with the RSPCA of that site, its content, any product or service its operators may provide.

To report a missing pet or tell us about an uninjured stray you have found please go to www.petslocated.com to register the animal’s details.

The service is there for members of the public, but RSPCA branches and centres will also be able to input the details of any animals which have been found and handed into them, providing a searchable network of stray animals dealt with by the RSPCA.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome hundreds of thousands of animals each year in England and Wales. We offer advice on caring for all animals and campaign to change laws that will protect them, which we will enforce through prosecution.
Stapeley Grange in Cheshire is the busiest of the four RSPCA wildlife centres and has been looking after wildlife casualties since it opened in 1994. Every year, the centre treats thousands of animals from north-west England, the north Midlands and north Wales.  In 2014 they admitted over 6,500 animals, including wildlife, exotic and domestic casualties.

Rabbit Rehome UK allows rescue centres and individuals to enter details of rabbits in need of new homes. Rabbit lovers can then search for rabbits to adopt.


Guinea Pig Rehome UK allows rescue centres and individuals to enter details of guinea pig's in need of new homes and guinea pig lovers can search for the guinea pig that suits them best.


CatChat is a web-based Charity, currently finding loving, permanent homes for over 5,000 unwanted and abandoned cats every year from rescue shelters across the UK and Ireland through our ‘Virtual Cat Shelters’. Our on-line homing services are given free of charge to rescue groups, large and small, from the many hundreds of independent rescue centres and rehoming groups to branches of the larger organisations. We also help vet practices to find homes for cats left in their care.


Rabbit Welfare Association Fund (RWAF) The RWAF has existed since 1996 and is the combined effort of the Rabbit Welfare Association and its charity partner, the Rabbit Welfare Fund, working to improve the lives of domestic rabbits across the UK through education and communication by making people realise that rabbits are intelligent creatures that need space, exercise, companionship and stimulation and are not to be bought on a whim.


On the Cheshire Pet Charity Network website, you will find details about Cheshire based animal charities and the work they do, fundraising events they and their supporters are holding and more importantly details of all the animals that need a loving, forever home.


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