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REHOMING

 

Let's make more Happy Endings!

We do not have an Animal Centre, so we cannot accept unwanted animals from the public. We assist RSPCA Inspectors and Animal Collection Officers who are dealing with abused and at-risk animals by caring for such animals in private boarding establishments until we can find homes for them.

If you are looking to rehome your pet, try these contacts.

 

Adopting an animal from us

All our animals are neutered, microchipped, de-fleed, wormed and vaccinated prior to rehoming - the adoption fee provides a small contribution towards these costs:

Dogs - £95           Cats - £60     Kittens £80       Rabbits - £20
(see an example of how this fee actually saves you money)

 

If you would like to meet the animal, we can arrange for one of our volunteers to meet you at the boarding establishment.

 

We will carry out a home visit before you adopt an animal from us so that we can discuss the requirements of the pet you have chosen - it also an opportunity for you to ask questions. We follow RSPCA guidelines when rehoming our animals and occasionally we may have to say no.

Dogs needing a home

Please have a look at our our dog rehoming process. Our dogs are neutered, microchipped,de-fleed, wormed and vaccinated prior to rehoming - the adoption fee of £95 provides a small contribution towards these costs and saves you having to pay the full cost for these items at your local vets once you get your new pet home..

Buddy

June 2015

Buddy  

Buddy is a Staffy who has had a nice home that unfortunately he has had to leave.

He is a good boy, quite subdued and generally calm. He would make a good pet for a family with older children.

Please contact Pauline on 07599 969 647 if you would like to meet Buddy. If there is no answer, leave a message stating which dog you are interested in and giving your name and phone number. Pauline will phone you back. We do not respond to emails about rehoming our animals.

 

Cats needing a home

Our cats are neutered, microchipped, de-fleed, wormed and vaccinated prior to rehoming - the adoption fees of £60 for an adult cat and £80 for a kitten provides a small contribution towards these costs and saves you having to pay the full cost for these items at your local vets once you get your new pet home (have a look at our typical costs for providing the above treatments and see how much you save).

Polly

February 2015

Polly is a characterful, older Tabby girl (15 years old) who came to us when her owner passed away.

Polly is very good for her age, with no identified ailments. She knows her own mind, likes a fuss (when she wants one), pretends not to hear you (but can hear fine when you say the word "dreamies") and she can certainly move quickly to get a cat treat!

She would be well suited to a person or couple who are looking for some company. Polly would be happier if she were the only cat around - she has had her own way long enough and is not up for sharing!

Please call Pam on 01270 811013 if you could be the person that Polly could spend her twilight years with. If there is no answer, leave a message stating which cat you are interested in and giving your name and phone number. Pam will always phone you back. We do not respond to emails about rehoming our animals.

Rosie

May 2015

 

 

Rosie is really affectionate and lovely company. She is approximately 8 years old.

Rosie would rather be the only cat in her new home, and she would be ideal for any family looking for an affectionate pet.

Like all our cats, Rosie has been neutered.

Please call Pam on 01270 811013 if you think that Rosie could be the cat for you. If there is no answer, leave a message stating which cat you are interested in and giving your name and phone number. Pam will always phone you back. We do not respond to emails about rehoming our animals.

Cheeta

June 2015

Cheeta is a Bengal cat. She is nearly 3 years old and has been neutered.

Like most Bengal cats she is very lively, very energetic and has a very loud miaow. Cheeta is very friendly and like lots of attention from humans but she really does not like other cats at all - they make her stressed and so Cheeta must be the only cat in the house.

Typically, Bengal cats are highly interactive and they thrive on company and most need lots of stimulation. Cheeta will need lots of attention and would not be happy to be left alone all day. To ensure that Cheeta gets a forever home we are looking for a new owner who will understand her needs and how to make her a happy and settled cat. Her new owner will ideally have had experience of owning a Bengal cat or at least be an experienced cat owner who has the time to give Cheeta and fully understands what they are taking on.

We will be asking for a reference from a vet to be provided to assure us that her new owner is serious about offering her a permanent, loving home. We will also carry out a home visit.

Please call Pam on 01270 811013 if you think you could offer Cheeta the right type of home for her needs. If there is no answer, leave a message stating which cat you are interested in and giving your name and phone number. Pam will always phone you back. We do not respond to emails about rehoming our animals.

Oscar

June 2015

 

Oscar is around one year old. He has a nice, cheeky character, likes people and loves to be fussed. He is definitely not as haughty as he appears in his pictures!

He is not at all timid but we think he would be happiest living with adults or with a family with older children (i.e. over 8 years old).

Please call Pam on 01270 811013 if Oscar might be the cat for you. If there is no answer, leave a message stating which cat you are interested in and giving your name and phone number. Pam will always phone you back. We do not respond to emails about rehoming our animals.

Useful contacts

Rehome a Staffie - often overlooked but are wonderful companions.

If you are looking to rehome your pet or to find a new pet, you may find the following contacts useful:

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