RSPCA Rescue Run: Every KM represents 1000 calls for help

It is not too late to step up and take part in the RSPCA Rescue Run and support our inspectors, who are out on the road rescuing animals every day.

From tomorrow, 18 October until 31 October 2022, every KM of the 56 KM you run, walk, or roll, represents one thousand cruelty reports investigated by our Inspectorate across the country.

Inspector James has given over a decade of service helping thousands of animals. This month he is walking the walk to raise awareness about the sad reality of animal cruelty, whilst reminding the community that together, we can make a difference and improve the lives of our furry, scaly, and feathery friends.

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“Being appointed as an RSPCA Inspector is an absolute privilege, being entrusted to investigate animal cruelty, remove animals from harm, and prosecute those in our community who willingly inflict pain and suffering upon them,” said Inspector James.

“The generosity and kindness of the community keep our boots on the ground. Without our loyal supporters, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do.”

The start line is in sight but there is still time to join James and sign-up for the RSPCA Rescue Run online.

Signing up is free and enables you to fundraise with friends and family by creating a team, or you can challenge yourself to take on the 56 KM solo.

There are also prizes to be won by reaching fundraising goals, including Fitbit Charge 5 and Brooks vouchers.

Get your heart rate up for a heart-warming cause and join the RSPCA Rescue Run via