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     We are currently caring for: 

 

94 animals

 

Please note: Only 25 off these animals are currently ready for adoption

Our Animal Centre, in New Cut Lane, on the Birkdale / Halsall border, covers Southport, Ormskirk and the surrounding areas as far south as Maghull. The Centre takes in, cares for, supports and helps rehabilitate cats & dogs that have been rescued from cruelty & neglect by the national RSPCA; whilst we find them new and forever homes.

 
All available cats & dogs can be found on our Animals for Adoption page or by clicking the images below. 
For up to date photos & stories please follow our social media pages!


To apply for a cat or dog please complete a Perfect Match application form for either a CAT or DOG 
All completed forms need to be sent to info@rspcasouthport.co.uk 

For full details on the rehoming process please visit the Adoption Page . 

Available Cats

To view all current cats available for adoption please click below

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Available Dogs

To view all current dogs available for adoption please click below

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 Upcoming events:

Event: Dogs Direct (We are holding a stall at this event)
Date: June 29th 10-6pm/ June 30th 10-6pm

Location: Victoria Park, Southport (Please note this is a ticketed event)

AMERICAN XL BULLIES

The UK Government has now confirmed that American Bully XLs will be added to a list of dogs which are banned in England and Wales with effect from 31 December 2023.  We understand this is hugely concerning and upsetting for owners, as well as animal welfare organisations like ourselves.

 

The RSPCA is opposed to this ban, which we don’t believe is effective in protecting the public.  We do not agree with the broad legal definition of an American Bully XL announced by the UK Government but we must comply with the law and we are committed to supporting dog owners as we await more information.

 

For the latest information on XL bullies, click here for the latest information from the National RSPCA on this issue.

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