to RSPCA Bury & Oldham

animal rehabilitation and rehoming centre

Your local centre specialises in caring for and rehabilitating cats and dogs that come into us from the National RSPCA, these are local animals that are often abused, abandoned or neglected. 

We do run some public clinics such as neutering and basic animal health and these will be listed on our facebook page and more information can be found HERE.


Although we are amazing, we just can’t take in and care for strays, small animals (rabbits, guinea pigs etc), wildlife or birds.


Our branch is an independently funded charity licenced by the RSPCA and we rely on DIRECT donations, sponsorship, grants, legacies made or left to us and we do not receive any ‘day to day’ funding from donations or legacies made or left to the National RSPCA.


We have to raise all funds to pay for vets, staff, light, heat, water, telecoms, IT, insurance, vehicles, medicines, equipment, theatre costs, fundraising, animal food, cat litter, animal therapy, medical tests, blankets, toys, treats, fuel, ppe, cleaning, building repairs, maintenence and more – all this is only provided from the income via our shops and your generosity.  It costs on average £1.1m to keep our centre and shops running and give the care to animals that we do.  Yes, we charge a fee for adoptions of between £90 and £160, but this does not cover our costs to rehabilitate, care for, neuter, chip and feed the animal during its stay of a minimum of 2 weeks.


Sadly, we do not have any rescue services and are not able to accept animals from members of the public or take in stray animals.

To report abuse or cruelty, please call the National RSPCA hotline on 0300 1234 999

A few of our purrfect pictures..

Our latest updates are on our social media platforms: