To report a mistreated, neglected, injured or distressed
animal please call the RSPCA 24 hour cruelty line on
0300 1234 999
See the RSPCA’s guidance on how to report cruelty to animals
After a few months of construction, our new rehoming and education centre is almost complete. Currently, the wall graphics are being installed and we are looking forward to moving in.
The most important feature is our new Circle of Compassion.The circle captures everything that we are hoping to achieve with our new education programme here at Radcliffe Animal Centre.
We are building new relationships, and strengthening existing ones, with local schools and colleges as well as Nottingham University Vet School. These partnerships will ensure that our educational message is delivered across all the age ranges.
This is our Circle of Compassion and our vision for the community.
Kindness, care and compassion are qualities that we should all encourage throughout our community.
Here at Radcliffe Animal Centre we aim to help children understand how important it is to show kindness, care and compassion towards animals as well as each other.
Working with rescued animals we use our circle of compassion to explain to children how we help animals recover from cruelty and neglect and how we can prevent this happening to more animals.
Our Circle of Compassion promotes learning to be kind, teaching people how to care for animals properly and sharing our respect and compassion for all living things.
Our aim is to keep this message circling round and round our community
All our animals are under a full rehabilitation programme involving behavioural assessments and monitoring. We make sure you can find the best match for you.
Find your perfect pet
With the focus firmly on animal welfare, the new centre will see better facilities for those interested in animal adoption, supported by an education suite where young people and other community groups can come and learn about the valuable work of the RSPCA and this animal centre.
We are an independent charity and receive no financial backing from the national lottery or government and are separately registered from the national RSPCA.
Donate to the new Rehoming and Education Centre
Alternatively, we still welcome donations via cash and cheque in our centre.
Find out more about our centre rebuild