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PatrickPatrick is hoping for some Irish luck to help him find a home. This bouncy playful youngster came into Battersea on St P...more
DorisDoris is very typical of the Husky breed and is looking for husky enthusiasts that have time to dedicate to her tr...more
Missy and BellaBella (all white) and Missy (white and tan) are an independent mum and daughter who would be lost without...more
RonnieRonnie is a sweet, sensitive lad who takes some time to form a bond, but once it has been made he has so ...more
LunaSensitive and shy, Luna is going to need a kind and understanding home with someone who can help her overcome her anxiet...more
BarnabyBarnaby arrived in Battersea on January 5, a wary, undersocialised stray tom with a backpack full of anxiety and attitud...more
Oscar and louisOscar (white and tabby) is a very shy and sensitive boy who hides himself away in the safety of his cat box. He is a gen...more
BatmanBatman lives in hope that Robin is going to hatch out of his egg if he looks after it carefully. This cat crusader will ...more
StiggyStiggy has been through a very unsettled time recently and has had to go through lots of change - he lived with one owne...more
MalcolmMalcolm is an energetic, lively, chirpy boy with endless amounts of energy. He has been very patient with his confinemen...more
RosyBeautiful Rosy is an independent lady that knows her own mind. She enjoys company, but needs to be the one who com...more
HoneyHoney is a dear older lady that tends to hide to help her cope in this environment but she is always happy for atte...more
Our rehoming process
Our rehoming process is
carefully tailored to each applicant, so please allow plenty of time.
Our rehoming fee is £135 for dogs (over 6 months) or £165 for puppies (under 6 months).The fee is £75 for cats (over 6 months), £85 for kittens (under 6 months), £120 for pair of cats or £130 for a pair of kittens.
- Initial vaccinations, flea and worming treatment
- A collar, identification tag and lead
In many cases your cat or dog will be neutered. Each rehomed animal will leave Battersea with four weeks' free Petplan insurance so that right from the start, your dog or cat will be covered for accidents and new illnesses as they settle in to their new surroundings. You will also receive a starter pack of food, advice and special offers.We rehome all over the country, but you'll need to be able to collect a dog or cat from one of our three sites. Please visit one of our centres to start the rehoming process, you can also view our current residents when you visit.
Most applicants will require a home visit but if you live too far away for this, you'll need to provide a letter of recommendation from a vet or rescue centre. In some cases we may request you ask a local rescue centre to carry out a home visit. Please note, this doesn't guarantee you'll be able to rehome an animal from us.
Battersea has dogs and cats of all ages, colours, shapes and sizes, each with its different personality and temperament. Each animal is assessed to find out what it's like and what sort of home, lifestyle and environment would best suit it.