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Welcome to RSPCA Cornwall Branch

We are a self-funded branch of the RSPCA based in St Columb, Cornwall. We first opened our doors and hearts to animals in 1996 and since then, we’ve rescued, rehabilitated and rehomed thousands of animals.

In our animal centre, we take in animals from all walks of life; from strays to cruelty investigations, we help them all. Our rehoming centre is built to house dogs, cats and small animals. We have a small wildlife unit where we can temporarily house wildlife until they can be moved to an approved Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.

As well as the work of our rehoming centre, our Animal welfare officers work throughout Cornwall reaching those animals most in need and providing crucial education, care and support to animals and their owners.

Through our Education team, we provide young people in Cornwall with the skills that are vital for ensuring the next generation acts with kindness and compassion towards animals. We have an IMDT qualified behaviourist to help the dogs in our care, those struggling in homes and leading our weekly dog training classes.

We have big plans over the coming years to strengthen our rehoming centre and ultimately be able to help more animals in need.

We help animals regardless of their age, medical or behavioural needs and aim to give them all a second chance. But, being an independent charity means we rely on public donations to keep our doors open to animals in need, so we need your support. By getting involved with our branch, you’ll be helping hundreds of animals every year.

Animals rehomed in 2020

Animals rehomed in 2021

Animals rehomed so far in 2022

Looking For A Forever Home

Amber & Willow

Jack Russell Terriers – 10 years old
This lovely pair of ladies are still at young at heart. we are looking for a home to help support them to introducing them to a whole new world after their owner was unable to continue giving them the care they need.

Lily & Petal

Dutch Mini Lops – 25 weeks
We’re pleased to introduce these two sweet little girls looking for a home as a pair. As shy and nervous as they are, they are still rather young and getting to grips with the big world.

How You Can Help

Corporate Heroes

Have a positive impact on the local community and become a corporate hero. Increase your company’s exposure to the wider community from as little as £250 per year.


Sponsor a cat pen or a kennel and help the Branch raise the £800,000 needed annually to run the Rehoming Centre and various animal welfare campaigns in Cornwall.


Make a secure donation through our Just Giving page and your money will start helping our shelter animals straight away.

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Help Our Animals By Donating Today!