The branch is run entirely by volunteers, this keeps our operating costs to an absolute minimum and means every penny we raise goes to helping local dogs and cats in need. However, the flip side of that is we cannot operate our branch telephone support line 7 days per week. We will therefore only be able to take calls from Friday Morning to Sunday Evening (If the line is busy when you call you may be asked to leave a message) Please do not leave any messages on our voicemail system on weekdays as the mailbox will be unattended. You can contact the branch anytime via email - We check our inbox on a regular basis and will try to reply to you usually within 24 hours. To report a sick/injured animal or a case of cruelty/neglect please contact the RSPCA national call centre 24 hours per day on telephone: 0300 1234 999. Thank You.

 

 

Pets at Home are holding another national raffle from 6th August and the proceeds of ticket sales in the Keighley store will be split between our branch and Keighley cat care. Tickets are on sale in-store for just £1 each and you have the chance to win some amazing prizes including a new car! The more tickets sold at the Keighley store - the more money for our branch and Keighley cat care.We are hoping to be in-store selling the raffle tickets over the next few weekends, please call in and purchase your ticket if you are going past! Also if you can spare some time to help us sell a few tickets please email us: enquiries@rspca-craven.org.uk Events such as this raffle help us to raise much needed funds and to continue our vital work. Please support us if you can.

  

      

Meet Alice who is now our cat of the month - she has been with us here at the branch for quite a while and we would love to see her settled in a loving home of her own. Alice is currently in foster care and you can read what her carer has had to say here: ' Alice is approximately 1 year old and is such a sweet girl, she loves attention but also she is a quiet cat too. Alice didn't seem to get on with my resident cat but she was fine with the dog! She acts just like a little kitten and loves playing with her toys and she will follow me around the house watching what I'm doing and what's going on. She is litter trained and would make a great addition to someone's home. Please give her a chance and arrange to come see her.' You can view further pictures and information here.

 

  • We now have a small storage facility at the branch which means we can store any donations for our next 'pop up' charity shop. We are hopefully going to be able to run another shop later this year so If you are having a clear out and have any clothes, Shoes, Jewellery, Books, Bric-a-Brac etc please consider donating them to the branch. Our last charity shop was a great success and all the profits raised will be used to help local vulnerable animals in our branch care. You can either call or email us to arrange a collection. Our contact details can be found here

     

  • We are holding a Fabric, Fashion and Yarn event on Sat 11th October at The Rainhall Centre, Barnoldswick  from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm If you have any fabric or wool that you would like to donate please send us an email and we can arrange a collection. You can find our email address here

 

  • Our branch is self funding which means we have to raise our funds within the local area, we rely on donations from businesses and the public. All the money we raise is used to care for local vulnerable animals in our branch care. If you would like to make a donation directly to our branch you can find out how here

  

  • Our branch receives many calls relating to sick & injured animals, cases of cruelty and neglect and stray animals. Local RSPCA branches do not have the resources to deal with these cases - you can find out further information and how to report your case to the main RSPCA here