ABOUT OUR CHARITY 

As a leading animal rescue charity in the Cotswolds we care for hundreds of abandoned, abused and neglected animals each year. Our job is to make sure our animals are cared for by providing them with a safe space, access to veterinary treatment and plenty of love. Part of our job is to ensure our animals are fully prepared, before they are adopted – no matter how long this may take. Lastly, we carefully match them to a new family to assure they find their forever home.

In addition to our rehoming centre, we also run a twice weekly low-cost veterinary clinic in Stroud, for individuals on means tested benefits. These clinics impact on our local community by ensuring no animal is left to suffer because of the cost of treatment.

Find out more about our clinic

The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home is an independent charity, which covers the South Cotswolds region and is affiliated to the national RSPCA. This means that all of the generous donations we receive from the community, stay directly with the Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home.

Community Partners

  We would like to say thank you to the following organisations who are supporting our work.

 

Choosing to support our work through your business will not only helps raise vital funds for animals in need, but it could help fulfill CSR needs, generate positive PR and boost staff morale. Please click here for some ideas about how to get involved, or call 01453 890014.   

 

For more information on our partners, simply click their logo.   

tesco
penny allen
battersea
Newfound Hounds
Vale Vets - Dursley
Support Adoption For Pets
Pets at Home Cirencester & Yate
BDP - Intelligent Telemarketing
Cotswold TV
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Contact Us 

The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home, Beechmeadow Farm, Elmcote Lane, Cambridge, Gloucestershire, GL2 7AS

reception@cdch.org.uk |  Tel: 01453 890014

RSPCA Rosewell Clinic Appointments 01453 890014

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RSPCA South Cotswolds/Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home Registered Charity Number 207006

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