The cost-of-living crisis
If you're a pet owner who's struggling to cope with the cost of food or healthcare, the RSPCA are here to give you the best advice and support. We won't let animals pay the price of this crisis.
Here at the RSPCA we don't want any animal - or their owner - to go hungry. Our Animal Kindness Index report shows we're a nation of animal lovers. However, seven in ten pet owners are worried about the cost of caring for their animals and a fifth are concerned about how they'll afford to feed them.
We're here to help.
The RSPCA Pet Food Bank project collects pet food donations and delivers them to food banks for owners and animals in need. The cost-of-living crisis means the service is more in demand than ever.
Pet health care costs
It can be stressful when your pet is unwell and if you're also worried about money this can make the situation feel worse. The longer your pet is unwell the worse their illness can become. Seeking advice quickly will likely reduce costs overall and be best for your pet's health.
How much will a pet cost?
Getting a pet will bring loads of joy, but before committing you should know that costs can vary - a lot. So we’ve created this calculator to help you prepare.
Give it a go and compare between breeds to help you decide which pet is right for you and your budget.
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