Rehoming and adoption

Who will you find to rehome?

He might be the dog who runs over and has a sniff, or the cat who comes to sit beside you. You never know who you’ll meet and bond with.


Because you can’t choose the perfect pet. You find each other.



Most of our rehomed pets aren’t puppies or kittens. They’re loud, quiet, fluffy, big, small, or even three-legged. They come with a personality ready-made, a past that’s unique to them and a lot of love to give.
 


Now it’s up to you to give the animals in our care the loving home they deserve.


Why adopt from one of our animal shelters?

Many of the animals in our care have never experienced life in a loving, family home. Can you give one of our animals the happy future they deserve?

Start your search for a special pet today.

There are many sites that offer kittens for sale or dogs for free, but buying a pet online can be risky and could mean you end up paying huge veterinary bills.

All our our dogs and cats will come spayed or snipped, vaccinated and microchipped. And, to help your pet in their time of need why not consider getting RSPCA Pet Insurance?

Sponsor an animal

Whilst waiting to meet you, your new family member is getting all the care they need in one of our animal centres. And they’re not alone. We have plenty of hungry mouths to feed and you can help.

Become an RSPCA Sponsor today and help other animals in our care find their way home.

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Will you deliver kindness to animals this Christmas?

Snowy the dog © RSPCA

Together, we can make sure that all animals have a safe and comfortable Christmas.

Whether it's making wildlife friendly reindeer food with your children, feeding garden birds or simply helping to ensure your pets feel safe and calm during the festivities. Even small acts of kindness can make a big difference to the lives of animals.

 
 
 

Delivering a little kindness this Christmas

Our Christmas video is a moving story which proves kindness lasts a lifetime. It's our hope that this touching film will inspire the next generation of pet owners and animal rescuers, and encourage everyone to deliver one act of kindness this Christmas.