Adopting a pet from the Oxfordshire Branch
The Oxfordshire Branch takes in many animals who have been rescued from cruelty and neglect but sadly also animals who have simply been abandoned. 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. Please take a few moments to review our Adoption Pledge here.
Viewing animals online
If you have room in your home and in your heart to take on a rescue animal, please take a look at the list above. When you see the pet you think is for you, don't delay, its easy to get things moving by just clicking on the link below and completing your Perfect Match details, then email it to the address shown on the form, thank you!
If you can't find the pet you're looking for now, 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.
Our Paws & Claws rabbit centre provides an idyllic location for our animals to enjoy life whilst waiting for their new homes.
All of our animals are fully vaccinated, neutered, flea treated and wormed before they leave us for their new homes. All cats, dogs and rabbits are also microchipped for your piece of mind.
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We make every effort to ensure all of our animals find the most suitable forever homes. We invest time and effort to ensure everything goes well and each animal is settled into the best loving happy home to enjoy the remainder of their lives. We provide ongoing support and advice throughout the adoption process and if required we are always ready to assist with any future concerns.
We always welcome any donations towards an animal, but we do have to charge a minimum rehoming fee to help cover some of the costs for neutering, vaccinations and microchipping and we always try to keep our fees as low as possible.
Standard Adoption Fees generally start from just £55 for Rabbits. Fees for Cats and Dogs can often vary depending on age and breed, but because all of our animals are unique we try to reflect that in any of the fees we may charge.
Generally cats will start from around £70 perhaps for a more elderly or sedate pet, whilst a young, happy, lively kitten could be from £155. Similarly fees for dogs will vary usually depending on type, size and age. Please ask for details on any specific animal you are interested in.
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