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Animals in our Care
If you are looking to adopt one of our animals, please also read "How to Adopt - The Adoption Process" before contacting us as this contains information about our adoption fee and the process we go through.
If you can not find the pet you are looking for now, check back regularly to see if your perfect match has become available, or contact us to see if we have any animals in our care, which are not quite ready for rehoming.
Animals can come into our care for a whole number of reasons either as a stray, by couples splitting up, their owners sadly passing away or people moving home and either abandoning them or unable to take them with them when moving.
Cats have been dumped in skips or in sealed cardboard boxes.
They have also come into our care when people telephone a vet or ourselves unable to cope for financial or health reasons.
- In 2012 we took in 211 animals;
- In 2013 we took in 242 animals;
- In 2014 we took in 234 animals;
- In 2015 we took in 184 animals;
- In 2016 we took in 163 animals;
- So far in 2017 have taken in 15 animals including some of the animals on this website (and on our Facebook page) currently looking for homes.
We would like to thank everyone who supports us by adopting or donating direct to our Branch as local money supports local animals.
If you are interested in adopting a guinea pig, why not visit Guinea Pig Rescue and Rehome.