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Assistance with vet bills

To qualify for assistance with vet bills you must meet the following criteria:-

1.  You must live within the Branch area

2.  You must be in receipt of (a) Housing Benefit or (b) Council Tax Benefit

The Branch encourages people to have their animals neutered and offers financial assistance to those owners of cats who meet the above criteria.  There are maximum amounts we can contribute towards the cost of neutering:-

£40 contribution towards spaying a female cat.

We can no longer assist financially with any vet bills other than this.

If you are in need of help with the payment of veterinary bill you must contact the Branch for authorisation BEFORE going ahead with the treatment.  Local vets will be able to advise you.  All money is paid directly to the vet by RSPCA West Dorset Branch and can under no circumstances be given to the animalís owner.

 


Contact information

RSPCA West Dorset Branch

PO Box 5460

Weymouth

DT3 6WH

T: 01305 259672

E: mail@westdorsetrspca.org

 

RSPCA West Dorset Branch is a separate charity affiliated to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).  We cover the towns of Dorchester, Bridport, Weymouth, Portland, Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Sherborne and Axminster (Devon) and the surrounding villages.  Our priorities are the welfare and rehoming of local animals.  We raise our funds within the Branch boundaries and all money raised is spent within the area.  We are responsible for "Taylors Rehoming Centre" at Kingston Maurward, Dorchester.

If you wish to report an Animal Emergency or have concerns regarding the welfare of an animal please telephone 0300 1234 999.  Please also call this number if you need to have an unowned or wild animal collected.

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL US REGARDING EMERGENCIES OR CRUELTY

CALL 0300 1234 999 AND REPORT THE MATTER TO THE RSPCA NATIONAL CALL CENTRE