We are always looking for people that are willing and able to re-home an animal, whether that is a dog, cat or one of our other small animals.
The first thing to consider before seeing our animals is that the needs of animals can vary enormously and it is imperative that you fully understand this before you attempt to take an animal on.
Once you have decided on the type of animal that you could offer a good home to, the next step would be to contact one of the re-homing coordinators.
Before releasing an animal to any new owner we have a responsibility to ensure that the new owner will be capable of offering the animal a good home. Animals come into our care for a number of reasons. This may be due either to abuse, neglect or possibly because the previous owner became incapable of looking after the animal. It is for this reason that any new owner's home is visited before we release the animal to them.
It should be noted that there will be a small fee for adopting an animal. In addition to veterinary treatment all cats and dogs are neutered, fully vaccinated and micro-chipped prior to re-homing.
My name is Midgetgem and I ended up at the RSPCA when my owner abandoned me. I am a dwarf which means I am a lot smaller than your average bunny so I will need a friend of a suitable size to bond with. Even though I am small I make up for it with my personality, I love a head rub and I am quite confident around people. As i was found abandoned the people here do not know where I am used to living but feel I could be a house bunny or a hutch bunny, in a nice big hutch with a run attached to give me all the space I need. If you think you could offer me my forever home with a new bunny partner please call the centre.