Adopt an animal from us

Here at the RSPCA Warrington we prioritize care for animals that are most in need. Only admitting animals via RSPCA Inspectors in relation to reports of neglect and cruelty.

During an animal’s stay our dedicated staff and volunteers spend months treating their injuries and rehabilitating them. As we board animals who have been victims of neglect and cruelty, this does mean that our gates must be closed on a day to day basis. Once an animal is ready for adoption they are advertised and available for visiting by appointment.

To book an appointment to view an animal that we have advertised for rehoming please contact us on stating the name of the animal which you would like to visit and a little bit about the home that you can offer.

We run rehoming appointments 7 days a week between the hours of 11:30 am and 15:30 pm.

Please note that all adoptions are subject to a successful home visit. Due to the unknown backgrounds of the animals in our care we are unable to rehome any animal to families with children under the age of 5.

Adoption Donations

All animals will be neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped and up to date with flea and worming treatments prior to adoption

Adult Dogs: £120
Puppies under 6 months: £150
Cats: £70
Kittens: £80

MOVED TO RSPCA WIRRAL & CHESTER BRANCH-Bobby: Available for adoption

Bobby is a small bundle of joy; she needs a forever home where she is the only cat and someone who is willing to spend good quality time with her. Bobby can be wary of strangers and does not like sudden movements but this is due to an unfortunate start to her life. When you get a bond with Bobby she is quite happy to be stroked and will have a play. Bobby needs an experienced cat owner with no children.

If you can offer Bobby the loving home she deserves, please complete the application form Rehome forms_Application form CATS AND KITTENS  and email it to

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MOVED TO RSPCA WIRRAL & CHESTER BRANCH-Dotti: Available for Adoption

Dotti is approximately 1 years old. She was rescued by an RSPCA Inspector along with Pickles (also available for adoption) when her owner moved abroad and left her alone to fend for herself.

When she arrived, Dotti was very scared and remained quite timid for several weeks. In the last few weeks she has really come out of her shell, and will now approach you for attention.We don’t know much about Dotti’s past, but from her initial behaviour in our cattery we think she would be better suited to a quieter home, without young children. Dotti is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.

If you can offer Dotti the loving home she deserves, please complete the application form Rehome forms_Application form CATS AND KITTENS

and email it to


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