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Since 1824 the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) has been looking out for animals of all shapes and sizes. Their aim is to improve the welfare of all animals and by all lawful means endeavour to prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate suffering.
Do you need to contact RSPCA? You can find their contact information below.
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Q. Are you looking for local authority dog warden?
A. Many animal charities can’t accept stray dogs. If you have stray pet dog and looking for local authority dog warden, RSPCA is suggesting many local authority dog warden who are only responsible for dealing with stray dogs. Also RSPCA is dealing stray dogs only in emergency. RSPCA is recommending you to register your pets with petslocated.com, an online resource to reunite owners with missing pets.
If you are still experiencing any problems with RSPCA Services, you can directly call RSPCA Customer support team using 0844 453 5201.
Q. What to do if I have lost my pet?
A. if you have lost your pet animal, RSPCA would suggest you to do the following:
Q. How do I join RSPCA?
A. You can join RSPCA by calling the RSPCA customer support department on the following RSPCA telephone number; 0844 453 5201. You can contact RSPCA Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm and 8am to 6pm on Saturdays to discuss registration.
Q. How do I view my RSPCA bill online?
A. If you would like to contact the RSPCA Billing department to understand and view your bill within your online account, you can call the RSPCA customer services team on 0844 453 5201. This will connect you directly with a RSPCA customer executive who will help you to understand and resolve any RSPCA billing issues you may have.
Q. How do I find more company details?
A. At Contact Numbers, we've listed a wide range of companies alongside their full contact details so that you don't have to scour the web for hours! Using our easy to navigate website you can quickly search for Customer Service details and live chat too! Simply enter the RSPCA you're looking for and follow the instructions on screen.
Q. When is it best to contact RSPCA?
A. The peak time for most companies receiving calls is around 5-6pm, so try and avoid lengthy call queues by contacting them during the day if possible.
Q. How do I make a complaint to RSPCA?
A. Here at Contact Numbers we recommend putting your complaint in writing to RSPCA. A telephone call, followed by a written complaint could help your query be resolved more quickly. What’s more, you’ll have a written record of your communication with RSPCA for future reference should you need it.
Q. I have been expecting a call back and several days have passed - what should I do?
A. Depending on what they've told you - get on the phone if you think it's been too long! It might be that they're backlogged or have even misplaced your query. It's best to find out what the hold-up is before you take further action. you should call again on RSPCA customer services team on 0844 453 5201 and specify your problems.
Q. How much time should it take to resolve the query?
A. it should normally take less than a week to resolve a problems. RSPCA customer services aim to get your problem solved as quickly as possible - but if they don't, you can directly speak with a RSPCA customer service executive by calling on 0844 453 5201.
If you found any animal in distress or report the animal cruelty, there is certain thing which needs to investigate. Please read the below Help guide on How to report animal cruelty or animal in distress.
As RSPCA receive number of calls for help around every 30 seconds. Some circumstances that may appear distressing are not against the law. But RSPCA Inspectors are working on daily basis to prioritize cases where the law is actually being broken.
You can report animal cruelty in two ways:
Call RSPCA 24 hour helpline
You can call on RSPCA 24 hour helpline number – 0844 453 5201 to report animal cruelty or an animal in distress. This phone number will directly connect you to RSPCA Emergency department.
Report cruelty or animal in distress using secure form:
You can use RSPCA Secure form to Report cruelty or animal in distress:
As a charity, RSPCA believe on public support to carry on their vital work saving and socializing those animals most in need.
You can also organizing your own fundraising event for helping thousands of animals. If you are interested in joining with RSPCA Fundraising events, you can visit the official website or simply call RSPCA fundraising department on 0844 453 5201. One of the RSPCA fundraising executive will help you to join the RSPCA fundraising team today to support the animal welfare events.
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