Giving Up Your Pet

Unfortunately our branch cannot always assist in re-homing unwanted animals. Our priorities are always vulnerable animals in need and due to the ever increasing number of animals coming into our care via inspectors we are cannot guarantee to offer a rehoming space.  The extra financial burden of re-homing unwanted pets also puts our vital rescue work at risk.

If you are considering re-homing your pet there are several places where you can find advice and support:

 

CATS

Many organisations can help rehome unwanted cats. All have different procedures; research carefully before giving them an unwanted cat.

Below are some charities that may help:

DOGS

Many organisations can help rehome an unwanted dog. All have different procedures; research carefully before giving them an unwanted dog.

Below are some charities that may help:

SMALL MAMMALS (Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Ferrets, Hamsters etc)

If you are thinking of rehoming your small mammal then get in touch and we will see if we can help you, but please understand that like other rescues we are often full. Click HERE to complete our animal history form.

ALL PETS ADVICE

The RSPCA https://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/unwantedpets

 

A NOTE ON REHOMING THROUGH ONLINE TRADING SITES

Never advertise your pet as “FREE TO A GOOD HOME!”. Although you may want to see them go to the best place and don’t want to take any money for them, your pet could end up with a pet trader, someone who will sell the animal on at a later date just to make money.  There is also the danger that the animal could be used for purposes other than a pet, such as bait for dog fighting. Instead, work out a reasonable price and be assured that if a genuine animal lover is interested then they will be happy to pay.

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