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

Welcome to Radcliffe Animal Centre

“Don’t worry, be happy” is always good advice and the Radcliffe on Trent Junior School choir are helping us spread a positive message about animal welfare education and the work of Radcliffe Animal Centre.

The video was partly filmed in our new rehoming and education centre.

It highlights our commitment to working in partnership with local schools and colleges to educate our young people about animal welfare.

We hope to encourage young people to develop their empathy with how animals feel when they are neglected and poorly treated.

Our belief is that this is the key way to improve animal welfare , not only in the present time but well into the future.

Animal Welfare Education, Striving for a Kinder Nation

The video below brings to life the winning entry in our poetry competition.

It encapsulates the essence of what our animal centre is all about and what we are trying to achieve.

We hope you enjoy the video.

 

 

 

Rehoming

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

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

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