Rehoming our animals
All our animals are looking for someone to offer them a new home, to be a friend and look after them. In return a pet will offer fun, friendship and loyalty.
We work really hard to find each adopter the right pet.
As many of the animals in our care have been victims of cruelty they often require a period of rehabilitation before they are ready to be rehomed. When our staff believe they are ready they will observe their behaviour and give them a health check - this helps us match their needs to a suitable person or family.
Many of the animals in our care have had a tough time, so it’s very important that their next home is the right home and a home for life.
That’s why we ask anyone who’s thinking of rehoming from us to fill in an application form before talking to one of our animal centre staff. We find this is the best way to find out more about you and help you to choose the right pet.
We carry out a home-visit for certain animals and in some cases suggest minor changes that help ensure your home is as pet friendly as possible. We’ll also call or visit afterwards to make sure you and your new pet are adjusting well to your new life together.
We really believe there is a home to suit every animal in our care. Sometimes it just takes a little time to find the perfect home.
If you think you might be able to offer a forever home to one of our animals, please take a look at the list below. If there are no suitable animals available at the moment, check back regularly to see if your perfect match has become available or visit Find a pet to view other animals in the RSPCA's care across England and Wales.