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Junior Compassionate Cook competition now open!

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If you enjoy cooking this competition is for you!

2015-runner-up-zahrah-santos-califano-3It’s easy and lots of fun – all you have to do is send in a video of yourself cooking one of your favourite dishes. Last year’s competition was won by Jess Evans, aged 9 – check out her video below to get an idea of what it takes to be a winner!

How to enter

Okay, there’s one important thing you must remember – you have to use RSPCA Assured and Fairtrade products in your recipe. You can use this map to help you source ingredients near you. But most of all we’re just looking for children who can make their video lots of fun and can prepare some yummy food that anyone can make – you don’t need to be an expert chef or filmmaker! Visit for more information and to upload your video.


It wouldn’t be a competition without prizes and our two lucky winners will get an iPad and a trophy plus a subscription to animal action magazine and cookware for their school!  Wow!

Celebrity judges

As if this competition wasn’t already amazing, can you believe that we have two Celebrity Masterchef finalists judging your entries? Yep, Andi Peters and Liz McClarnon will be watching videos of you for once, rather than you watching them!

Here’s what Andi has to say:

“Getting kids cooking and having fun in the kitchen is really important. This competition encourages them to think about where their food comes from and the welfare of farm animals. I hope lots of kids enter this year and I can’t wait to see their videos!”

Ready…steady…Cook! And good luck!

Sarah K

Sarah K

Hi, I'm Sarah and I look after our fantastic junior membership. I've been at the RSPCA for seven years and I've loved every minute. There are so many dogs around the office - it's great to get to know them all! I love animals and used to have five amazing pet rats. And, in case you didn't know, rats are possibly THE best pet. Well to me anyway. I don't have a favourite animal though - I think they're all amazing. I've even started to like spiders a bit more, weird I know! The thing I enjoy most is seeing animals in their natural habitat - to me there's not much more thrilling than that.

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