Marjory is a young black and white girl who is searching for her own forever home. She lived in a recycling crate and had to fend for her self for quite a while and so she would love some home comforts of her own. We think she must have been abandoned as she is definitely not a feral cat and loves human company Marjory is in foster care at the moment and you can read the latest update from her carer here...''Marjory is a really sweet young girl and probably the softest, cuddliest cat we have ever come across! The photos I have sent of her took a long time to every time you try to take one of her she head bumps your hand! She snuggles up next to you in bed at night and when you stroke her she does tiny quiet meows constantly! She eats well and always uses her litter tray too. She likes to play with her large collection of mice and for such a tiny girl, she thunders around after her mice as if she weighs a ton! She has little pointy bits of fur on the top of her ears that make her look a bit like a mini Maine coon" Could you give her a chance? You can view further information 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


  • We now have a small storage facility at the branch which means we can store any donations for our next 'pop up' charity shop. 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. All 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