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 rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk 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

Jezza: Available for adoption

This curious tabby is looking for his forever home. When Jezza first came into the centre he was shy and withdrawn, he can still be spooked easily so a quiet home is preferred. He loves to play with feathers and has a great time chasing teaser toys. Jezza will benefit from living with someone who can spend plenty of time with him and keep building his confidence. He will sit and have cuddles happily but he can still be a bit nervous around strangers so a gentle introduction is needed. Jezza may experience flare-ups of eye discharge as a result of the flu virus, as he was more badly affected than the other kittens. Jezza came to us after being abandoned at a school in a box. With 4 litter mates.  The kittens were all suffering badly from cat flu. They have recovered well, but because the flu virus stays in their system, they can shed the virus at times of stress. For this reason, we are rehoming them as indoor cats, to prevent the virus spreading in the environment. They will also need to go to a cat-free home. They will need plenty of stimulation and enrichment within the home, and their weight will need to be monitored carefully as they mature.  If you are out for most of the day, we’d recommend you consider taking two kittens so they have a playmate to keep them amused.

If you can offer Jezza the loving home he deserves, please complete the application form Rehome forms_Application form CATS AND KITTENS  and email it to rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

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Lenny: Available for adoption

This ginger ninja is looking for his forever home. He is a very outgoing kitten and loves nothing more than to play! He is very vocal and will let you know when its tea time. He has a great character and would thrive in a family home. He has the loudest purr so you know when you’re tickling the right spot. He’s a lovely combination of lapcat and action man! Lenny came to us after being abandoned at a school in a box. With 4 litter mates.  The kittens were all suffering badly from cat flu. They have recovered well, but because the flu virus stays in their system, they can shed the virus at times of stress. For this reason, we are rehoming them as indoor cats, to prevent the virus spreading in the environment. They will also need to go to a cat-free home. They will need plenty of stimulation and enrichment within the home, and their weight will need to be monitored carefully as they mature.  If you are out for most of the day, we’d recommend you consider taking two kittens so they have a playmate to keep them amused.

If you can offer Lenny the loving home he deserves, please complete the application form Rehome forms_Application form CATS AND KITTENS  and email it to rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

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Heidi: Available for adoption

When Heidi first arrived at the centre she was extremely scared and withdrawn. She still can get worried by sudden movements and loud noises so a quiet house without children would be ideal. When Heidi knows and trusts you she is very affectionate and loves to play chase games with feathers, she also loves to jump and perform acrobatics when she plays. She has a sassy personality and in the right home will create joy and laughter. Heidi came to us after being abandoned at a school in a box. With 4 litter mates.  The kittens were all suffering badly from cat flu. They have recovered well, but because the flu virus stays in their system, they can shed the virus at times of stress. For this reason, we are rehoming them as indoor cats, to prevent the virus spreading in the environment. They will also need to go to a cat-free home. They will need plenty of stimulation and enrichment within the home, and their weight will need to be monitored carefully as they mature.  If you are out for most of the day, we’d recommend you consider taking two kittens so they have a playmate to keep them amused.

If you can offer Heidi the loving home she deserves, please complete the application form Rehome forms_Application form CATS AND KITTENS  and email it to rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

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Maisie: Available for adoption

This little torti is far from naughty! Maisie is very vocal for her size so you certainly won’t miss her. She loves having her chin scratched and will paw you back if you stop. She is full of life and raring to go. Maisie can be spooked by sudden noises but is soon settled with a fuss. Ideally she would need to go to a home with older children. Maisie came to us after being abandoned at a school in a box. With 4 litter mates.  The kittens were all suffering badly from cat flu. They have recovered well, but because the flu virus stays in their system, they can shed the virus at times of stress. For this reason, we are rehoming them as indoor cats, to prevent the virus spreading in the environment. They will also need to go to a cat-free home. They will need plenty of stimulation and enrichment within the home, and their weight will need to be monitored carefully as they mature.  If you are out for most of the day, we’d recommend you consider taking two kittens so they have a playmate to keep them amused.

If you can offer Maisie the loving home she deserves, please complete the application form Rehome forms_Application form CATS AND KITTENS  and email it to rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

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Oreo: Available for adoption

This fluffy girl is looking for her forever home. Oreo is a really sweet kitten, and loves attention and
affection. She will happily charge around after her ball. She is the smallest kitten out of the girls in her pen but has the biggest heart, one cuddle with Oreo and you’ll have found a friend for life. Oreo came to us after being abandoned at a school in a box. With 4 litter mates. The kittens were
all suffering badly from cat flu. They have recovered well, but because the flu virus stays in their
system, they can shed the virus at times of stress. For this reason, we are rehoming them as indoor
cats, to prevent the virus spreading in the environment. They will also need to go to a cat-free home.
They will need plenty of stimulation and enrichment within the home, and their weight will need to
be monitored carefully as they mature. If you are out for most of the day, we’d recommend you
consider taking two kittens so they have a playmate to keep them amused.

If you can offer Oreo the loving home she deserves, please complete the application form Rehome forms_Application form CATS AND KITTENS  and email it to rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

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Pickles: Available for Adoption

Pickles is approximately 2 years old. She was rescued by an RSPCA Inspector along with Dotti (also available for adoption) when her owner moved abroad and left her alone to fend for herself.

When she arrived, Pickles was initially quite timid. 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 her past, but from her initial behaviour in our cattery we think she would be better suited to a quieter home, without young children. Pickles is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and is in good health.

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

and email it to rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

 

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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 rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

 

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