Welcome to Goole & District RSPCA
Why it is so important to choose a safety collar
The branch has been looking after this little chap who was found starving and with his leg through a collar a few weeks ago . We apologise for the photo but Goole RSPCA want cat owners to be aware that if they want to put a collar on their cat the only safe collars are quick release ones . This fella has managed to avoid an amputation but often the leg stays through the collar too long and the leg is lost. The pain and suffering the cats goes through is horrendous. Please put the welfare of your cat first and always choose a quick release collar. (see photo below)
First kittens of 2017
These cute babies (below) were born just over a week ago (mid Feb), which is unusually early. Beau and her four kittens are all doing well and have settled into their foster home. They won't be ready for adoption for another seven weeks but please keep an eye on our kitten and face book page for more details and photo's in the coming weeks.
Please support the Goole RSPCA
If you would like to donate you can pay into the RSPCA account with the below details: AC: 80713465 SORT: 40 22 13