From my home to yours...
With us only being a small local branch we have limited amount of spaces to be able to bring animals into our care., which often means when people contact us asking us for help rehoming their own animal we can only offer to add them to our waiting list until a space becomes available. This is where our new Direct Rehoming page could offer an alternative.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO IF YOU WANT TO ADD AN ANIMAL TO THIS PAGE?
Please complete the online form below giving us all the details we need to upload your animal onto the website. Please note we will only advertise animals which are already neutered. If you need help with this then please visit our neutering page to apply for a voucher for discounted neutering
By completing the form you are agreeing to us advertising your animal on your behalf but understand that it is your responsibility and not the RSPCA's to ensure your animal goes to a good home. We would always advise you visit the potential adopters home prior to allowing them to come and meet your animal in its home environment. It is essential both parties are happy and its the correct home for your pet.
INTERESTED IN OFFERING A 'DIRECT REHOME' ANIMAL A HOME?
If you are interested in any of the animals listed below you need to be aware that we do not offer any rescue back up. It is your responsibility to obtain a full medical history from the owner should you have any concerns. Be prepared for the owner to want to come and do a home visit before inviting you to view the animal in their own home.
If you want to be sure the animal you adopt is fully vaccinated, micro-chipped, flea treated and wormed - and has initial rescue back up - then please visit our Pets for Adoption pages to view the animals in our care
Jacob is only still young and is looking for a new home through no fault of his own - his owners have a new baby on the way and feel that they wont be able to give him the time he deserves so have asked us for help in rehoming him. Jacob is a typical big kitten - very playful and has been microchipped and vaccinated. He will be neutered before rehoming