Our little Eclipse is looking for her forever home

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Four month old Eclipse came into our care as a stray after living rough on the streets. Poor Eclipse has a chronic injury to her left eye. We are unsure of what exactly has caused her eye to become clouded and her vision distorted however, this could be due to a previous trauma or viral infection. Due to this condition Eclipse has limited visibility in her left eye and will require a thoughtful and caring family to ensure that she remains safe.

Eclipse is a lovely little girl who is in need of a loving family to show her the love and affection she deserves. Due to her limited eyesight we are looking for a quiet child free home and ideally we would like Ecilpse to be an indoor cat (Eclipse could be allowed to roam outside if she was supervised and lived in a rural setting which was away from roads).

Keeping an indoor cat requires extra consideration in order to ensure that all of her welfare needs are met, such as providing her with plenty of places for her to climb, lots of places to hide and lots of interactive toys for her to play with. Eclipse is also quite scared of other cats so would prefer a home all to herself.

If you believe you are the person Eclipse is looking for please email: rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

Please note all adoptions are subject to a home visit, Families with either no children or with children over the age of 15 only for this animal.


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Xena needs a home

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Gorgeous Xena is a 2 year old long haired cat. Unfortunately Xena wasn’t cared for very well in her previous home which caused Xena’s beautiful coat to become matted from head to toe. Due to the matt’s being so bad she has had to be mostly shaved in order to relieve her from discomfort.

Despite all the discomfort and the trauma of being abandoned, Xena has always been a loving and friendly cat. She loves nothing more than to curl up on your knee or weave in and out of your legs purring. She’s a fantastic little girl who deserves the very best in life.

If you think you can offer Xena a loving home please email: rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

Please note all adoptions are subject to a home visit and the RSPCA Warrington cannot rehome any animal to a family with children under the age of 5.

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Snowy needs a home to call her own


8 year old Snowy is a gorgeous little Staffordshire Bull Terrier, who hasn’t had the best start in life. Snowy arrived at the centre in a dreadful state, her claws were so long that they dug into her pads, she was severely malnourished and had been sadly neglected by the family she loved so much.

Snowy was thankfully rescued by RSPCA Inspectors and came into our care to begin her road to recovery. Snowy arrived here with another dog “Dakota” who she enjoys chasing around our paddock so she may take to another resident dog if introduced gently. Snowy has also lived with  young children prior to coming here so she wouldn’t be phased by a child ruling the roost.

When examined by our vet, it has been discovered that Snowy does have a mild problem with her knees, which causes her left knee to pop out of its socket on occasion.  Not that this bothers Snowy at all, who seems perfectly happy to run around like any other dog.

All in all Snowy is a beautiful little girl with a heart of gold, all she wants is a nice warm human to snuggle up next to.

If you think you can offer Snowy the home she deserves please email: rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

Please note all adoptions are subject to a home visit, and the RSPCA Warrington will not rehome any animal to a family with children under the age of 5. 

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Tiny little Belle needs a forever family



Dinky little Belle is an 11 month Staffordshire Bull Terrier in need of a home. Belle came to us with her mum after being rescued from horrific neglect. Belle’s old owners were unable to afford to feed her, which as a consequence led Belle to become severely emaciated to the point where she could hardly stand up. Belles nails had been so neglected that they were growing into her feet, and she had never experienced the world outside of the the house in which she was born.

Belle’s body condition has improved so much that she is now ready for adoption. She’s a lively character who is full of affection for everyone she meets. Although Belle has lived with another dog, she had never met another until she arrived in RSPCA care. She will require her new owners to introduce her slowly to other dogs so that she can learn good manners and become an all round well adjusted little lady.

Belle has previously lived with children and will make a perfect addition to an active family.

If you think you are Belles forever family, please email rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

Please note all adoptions are subject to a home visit, and the RSPCA Warrington cannot rehome any animal to a family with children under the age of 5. 

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Dakota is searching for his special someone

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This handsome chap is Dakota, an 8 year old husky. Dakota came into our care after being rescued from neglect along with his friend Snowy. Upon arrival Dakota needed all of his nails trimming and was severely malnourished, it has taken months of dedicated work to get him back to a healthy weight.

In his previous home Dakota lived with a smaller female dog (Snowy) who he gets on really well with, he also lived with young children. Although Dakota gets on well with Snowy and isn’t generally reactive to dogs we would prefer to rehome him to  a single pet household, so that Dakota can get all the attention he deserves. Although potential homes with another female dog may be considered.

Dakota is a fairly confident lad, who is friendly to all people. As is the nature of the breed, he is very independent and likes to do his own thing which can make him appear aloof, especially when he is outdoors.

Since arrival it has become apparent that in Dakota’s previous home he received very little training and exercise,  being a husky – exercise and mental stimulation is essential to enable him to live a fulfilling life and to prevent behavioural problems. Due to the nature of the breed we are looking for an experienced dog owner, who has plenty of time to spend with Dakota and give him plenty of exercise. Knowledge of this breed is essential, experience with this breed is preferred.

If you are interested in adopting Dakota, please email to register your interest: rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

You will be sent an application form to fill out, this will assess your suitability. All successful applicants will be notified.

Please note; adoption cannot be considered until your application is returned. All adoptions are subject to a home visit, the RSPCA Warrington cannot rehome any animal to a family with children under the age of 5. 

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Hettie is looking for a home

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This beautiful girl is 8 year old Hettie, a boxer cross.  As you can see, she loves her food, a bit too much! Hettie has slimmed down considerabley after being in our care and is now well on her way to acheiving her beach body ready for summer.

Hettie came to us as an abandonment case, after her old owner left her and her friend Chaplin all alone in a house. After assessments at our centre, it has become apparent that Hettie may have been tormented by her previous male owner which makes her act negetively towards some men. As such, we are looking for a special home for her with a female handler, who is willing to help her feel more comfortable around men.

Hettie has previously lived with another dog, however would prefer to be the only dog in the household.

If you would like to visit Hettie or for any further information, please email rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

Please note, all adoptions are subject to a home visit, and the RSPCA Warrington cannot rehome any animal to a family with children under the age of 5.

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**RESERVED** Holly would love to find a home to call her own

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This beautiful girl is Holly, she is an 18 month old Staffy and is the life and soul of the party. It is tricky to get a photo of her that is not blurry, she wags that much. Holly was abandoned in a flat with her best friend Ivy, just before Christmas. Both the girls were signed over and are ready to begin the process of looking for new homes, Ivy has since found a new family leaving poor Holly all alone. Holly had a minor leg injury when she arrived and has spent a month or so recovering at the centre, she is now happy and healthy and waiting very patiently for her new family to come along.

Holly has previously lived with other dogs, but can be selective over which dogs she wants to be friends with, so ideally she is looking for a single dog household. Holly also still needs some training around cats as they make her very excited.

If you are interested in adopting Holly, or for more information, please contact us at rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

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Smudge and Butch are desperate for a Forever Home

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Smudge and Butch are a pair of very handsome lads that are desperate for a new home. They weren’t always so handsome; when the boys first came to us they had severe flea allergies, were covered in scabs and bald patches.  Butch is also missing most of his tail. Despite all these issues, they have never been anything but friendly and loving cats.

Butch and Smudge are devoted to each other and we don’t want to split them up, if you think you can offer a loving home to both these beautiful boys, please get in touch via the contact form or by emailing rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

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Volunteer Collectors Needed


Could you offer an hour or so of your time to help with either of our collection days? All the dogs and cats in our care are brought to us by the RSPCA Inspector because their owners have cruelly treated or neglected them; all of them need some form of veterinary treatment or special care during their stay with us.  Fundraising is therefore vital to pay for the treatment and care of these special animals.  If you can spare just an hour then get in touch.

 If you can spare just an hour then please get in touch.  Contact: fundraising@rspca-whs.org.uk


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Animals for Rehoming

We now only take animals brought into the centre by RSPCA Inspectors which have been taken from their owners because they have been cruelly treated. Occasionally some of these animals become available for rehoming. When this happens we will put up the animal’s details on our website and Facebook pages to try to find them a home as quickly as possible. We don’t generally open to the public anymore so if you want to look at any available animals you will need to make an appointment – you can contact us by email – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk.

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