Twilight Scheme

The Twilight Scheme has been set up to support our Elderly Animal Rehoming Scheme (EARS) which provides a lifeline to old dogs and cats over ten years and support and assistance to those wishing to adopt them.

The majority of elderly animals require veterinary treatment before rehoming. Many need dental care, small lumps removed, arthritis tablets, blood tests etc. All animals are neutered, vaccinated, given flea and worm treatment and micro-chipped.

The veterinary costs continually put a strain on the branch and in order to continue to improve the care for the elderly animals we are asking for your help to give them a second chance.

You can Make a Difference

You can help to provide these animals with essential veterinary care by sponsoring them for a set amount each month such as £6, £4, £2 or any other amount you may wish to donate.

Alternatively you may wish to give a present of a years twilight membership to a relative or friend for a £20 donation. 

To make a donation today you can do so via the donations section of our website (under ‘How Can You Help’) or email  Thank you.

We will reward your kindness by sending you (or the named recipient):

  • Our EARS newsletters
  • A special RSPCA Twilight certificate
  • A special RSPCA Twilight car sticker
  • An exclusive invitation to our annual EARS open day

Alfie is a 10-year-old cat that came in with seven other cats via the Inspectors. His main diet was potato peelings, He was therefore malnourished and had dental problems.

After extensive veterinary treatment Alfie was fit enough to be rehomed on the EARS scheme. The Twilight Scheme will ensure that cats like Alfie receive the best possible medical care and are given the opportunity to be loved and secure in their old age.

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