The Charity’s objectives follow those of the National RSPCA. We aim to prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate the suffering of animals particularly within the Branch area. As a Branch, we work in accordance with the policies of the National RSPCA.
RSPCA Leicestershire and Rutland Branch aims to achieve this by rehoming animals which are brought into our care. These animals are often abandoned or have been mistreated and often have required the support of the RSPCA Inspectorate. All animals received into the care of the Branch receive veterinary treatment, vaccination, neutering, microchipping, flea treatment and worming treatment and are assessed for rehoming.
The Branch offers advice to the public in matters concerning animal welfare, rehoming and adoption. Our on-site events help to promote the message regarding responsible pet ownership, and these are well received by the public who attend.