West Suffolk Branch


RSPCA Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Registered charity no:

 West Suffolk Branch
(Bury St Edmunds)

0300 1234 999


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Click on the photos below for animals that are currently looking for new homes.  

West Suffolk Branch,
The Old Stable House,
St. Andrews Street (S),
Bury St Edmunds,
IP33 3PH.



Charlie Cat of the month

Cat of the Mth



Dog of the Mth


Rabbit Oscar

Rabbit of the Mth

Guinea pigs

Guinea pigs Bunty & Lucy

Guinea of the Mth
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Lost & Found  Animals

None at present

We are pleased you have visited this site, as it contains information about our Branch and the animals
that currently need to be rehomed. A contribution towards the costs of neutering, vaccination and
micro-chipping of the animals is required. 

We welcome animal lovers who are willing to be part of our branch, as a committee member, or if you are willing to volunteer to help in the shop or to assist with fundraising or for short term fostering of some of our animals, we would love to hear from you.

(Our Branch does not have an animal centre and all our animals are living with fosterers in a home environment . There is always a need for fosterers in and around Bury St Edmunds so anyone looking for hands-on contact click on the link for more information.)    Fostering

 Branch leaflet

Branch rehoming
Our Shop

Shop news

West Suffolk Branch is recruiting for a Branch Manager

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Our shop is located in St Andrews Street (South) Bury St. Edmunds and sells a very large assortment of useful items, all at reasonable prices. Click on "Our Shop" for more information including a map and News Flash for latest news.

Our shop

Our Shop St Andrews Street (South)
(click on picture to go inside)

URGENTLY NEEDED Volunteers to prepare clothing and goods for sale Monday and Friday mornings. Must be reliable. Also a volunteer to check & value cameras. Pick up an application form from our shop.

Latest shop news.

Window theme: Main shop is "Halloween" Bookshop is "Camera & Frames" Childrens clothes & shoes 2 for £1.   Half price books. We urgently need your carrier bags. Volunteer urgently required to value / check our cameras. All donations are appreciated but  it is difficult to deal with these on a Monday,  your cooperation with this would be appreciated.





We urgently need volunteer animal fosterers.

If you could take a rescue animal into your home and provide the care and love in a home environment until the branch can find that ‘forever’ home, then please call one of the relevant numbers below.
be able to drive and have own vehicle and ideally be prepared to take the animal to the vets during its stay with you as required. All expenses involved will be reimbursed.
Cats – 0300 330 1405,  Dogs – 01284 729056,  

Come and help us run our branch.
(click photo for more info)

The branch has produced it's first newsletter which contains information about the branch and ways in which YOU can be involved in helping badly treated and unwanted animals in our area. Please take a few minutes to read it and to contact us if you would like to be involved with our Branch to help the animals Thank You.


The West Suffolk Branch only exists through the generosity of the public who through their custom in the shop and their donations is able to raise funds to provide the finance to help some of the local animals. If you would like to make a contribution so that the branch can help more animals, please click the Paypal  button. 
All the money received will be used to help the animals.





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Fostering a cat


Fostering a dog


Juniors Page

Suffolk RSPCA  

Other links




For rehoming we cannot help via email. You will need to ring the relevant rehoming coordinator.
Dogs-01284 703807.
0300 330 1405.
Rabbits-01359 242343
01359 221192



26th October


The West Suffolk Branch does not have the ability to help with cruelty complaints or access to the records re cruelty that headquarters hold. To report an injured or sick animal, an animal in danger or suspected cruelty, please contact the
RSPCA 24-Hour Cruelty line on 0300 1234 999. 
Calls are treated in the strictest confidence.