Friern Barnet Adoption Centre

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RSPCA Friern Barnet Adoption Centre - Cats Adoptions / Rehoming Only

Telephone: 0300 123 0594



* Supplies Needed - Can you help us? *

We are in need of the items on our wishlist; each item help support cats in our care with health supplements, toys or special foods.... If you are able and would like to support us then please use the link below:



If you have space in your home to offer, please give us a call, email or pop into the centre for a chat - we are in desperate need of local people to foster cats with us.

What you need:

~ To enjoy cats company =)

~ A spare or quiet room where a foster cat can settle in before sharing the main space.

~ Experience with cats or a willingness to learn as support is always provided.

~ To be able to keep a foster cat indoors only while in your care.

~ Be flexible & willing to attend vet visits if your foster cat needs one (via car or secure vehicle), these are usually between the hours 9 - 5, Mon - Fri.

If you match the above criteria and would like to help out our centre and make a difference to the cats in need, please get in contact today and we can talk in more detail. Please do email us at 

You can find more details on the fostering vacancy here - 



Our adoption centre is situated inside Pets at Home at the Friern Bridge Retail Park, North London. We rehabilitate and rehome cats and kittens while supporting our Finsbury Park Animal Hospital.

Our staff can provide advice on domestic pet related topics and information on other animal welfare related matters. 


Looking for a feline companion?

Please find details of some of the cats that we have available for adoption at the bottom of this page. You can also view other animals looking for loving homes across the RSPCA by visiting the  Find a pet.


Please note: We do not take in animals at the centre, if you need to rehome an animal please see the website below for advice, or give us a call for further information.






Rehome a pet - can you offer a home to an animal in our care?