Start your search for a pet today
We don't have any animals available for rehoming today, however there are plenty of animals available across the RSPCA who are waiting for their perfect match.
Adopting, Re-homing or Fostering
If you are looking to adopt a pet
The RSPCA Anglesey (Ynys Mon) Branch has loving cats and kittens available for adoption. Please contact 01407 730879 (between 9am - 5pm) to discuss further.
Unfortunately we do not have dogs for adoption. Our nearest rehoming facility is Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre, located in Upper Colwyn Bay. The centre is open 11am - 4pm every day, except for Wednesdays when it is closed. Contact: 0300 123 0745.
There are also plenty of animals available for adoption across the RSPCA who are waiting for their perfect match.
All animals are neutered, micro chipped and vaccinated (where appropriate) before they are adopted.
Rehoming your pet
Unfortunately we cannot take unwanted dogs as we do not have an RSPCA boardng kennel on the island. Equally, as we do not have a cattery on the island, we ask owners to remain caring for their cats until we find a home for them.
It is a very sad fact that rescue centres across the country are stuggling with high numbers of unwanted animals. If you are in a situation where you need to rehome your pet, please contact your breeder in the first instance. If this is not possible, you could try contacting a breed specific organisation.
Fostering a pet
Fostering can be a very rewarding experience. By opening your heart and home to an unwanted animal you will not only greatly assist your local, and national RSPCA, you will also help minimise stress by providing a ‘home from home’ environment.
We desperately need foster homes. If you can provide a loving and secure foster home for the cats and kittens in our care, we would love to hear from you. Please contact 01407 730879 (between 9am - 5pm) to discuss further. Support will be given such as behavioural advice and financial assistance for food and healthcare.
Further information about fostering can be found in the 'Caring for your RSPCA Foster Cat' leaflet.