Scottish SPCA animal rescue and rehoming centres across Scotland care for thousands of abandoned, hurt and defenceless animals every year.
Our team of dedicated vets and staff look after, rehabilitate and rehome a huge variety of animals, from dogs, cats, rabbits and other domestic pets to horses, farm and exotic animals.
Animals are cared for at our animal rescue and rehoming centres for many reasons. It may be they have been picked up as strays or taken in due to their owners no longer being able to care for them. Often animals have either been rescued by our inspectors and animal rescue officers following an emergency call from the public or have been victims of abuse and neglect.
We also have a Wildlife Rescue Centre in Fife and a Wildlife Rescue Unit on Shetland which deal with wildlife casualties, including emergencies such as oil spills, which can have devastating effects on sea life.
Our animal rescue and rehoming centres are open Monday to Sunday 10am-4pm.
Appointments must be made to visit our Wildlife Rescue Centre, while our Wildlife Rescue Unit is not open to the public.
Telephone 03000 999 999 for further information.