RSPCA Manchester and Salford is an independent branch of the RSPCA, rescuing and rehoming cats, rabbits and other small animals across the North West. The branch moved into its very own premises in Spring 2019, and applied to Pets Foundation for help with vet bills and equipment to complete their new centre. A grant of £18,036 helped to buy washing machines, a vet table, a pharmacy fridge, cat hides and wire baskets, and also contributed towards the cost of veterinary care for the animals.
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