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CiaraCiara is an absolutely stunning girl who has a wonderful personality to match. She is always on the go, so she is lookin...more
ZenaZena is a gentle sensitive soul and she loves nothing more than having a cuddle with her favourite people.She has not ha...more
BiscuitBiscuit is currently spending some time in a foster home, his foster carers say he is such a happy dog and his tail bare...more
Mabel and MaggieMabel and Maggie are a beautiful pair of girls who really love each other and would like to stay together in their new f...more
LolaLola is a giggly and affectionate lady who loves everything about life. People, toys, food, other dogs ... You na...more
LouieLouie is a great lad friendly and very affectionate, He is steady and a joy to be around. He can find it difficult to be...more
BusterBuster is a sociable chap who loves a stroll in the park., he walks nicely on lead and happily greets people and d...more
NeoNeo has previously lived with several other cats and he has decided that enough is enough - he wants to be t...more
PatchPatch is a friendly affectionate boy that needs a kind and caring owner who in return will benefit from all the lo...more
CrystalCrystal was found as a tiny baby on the streets of Spain, she has ended up at Battersea through no fault of her own. She...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.