How Battersea is responding to the coronavirus outbreak

20 JULY 2020

Battersea is taking the threat posed by COVID-19 extremely seriously and working hard to ensure we are able to continue to provide essential care for all the dogs and cats at our centres. Below is a list of FAQs on how Battersea is responding to the coronavirus outbreak.


Are your centres still open to the public?
When will you be re-opening your centres?
Who is looking after the animals at your centres?
How can I help? Can I come in to look after the animals?
I’d like to foster a dog or cat for you in my own home. Can I do this?
I’d like to rehome a dog or cat from you, can I still do this?
I’ve rehomed a dog or cat from you and am struggling with its behaviour, I think I might need to bring it back to you, what do I do?
I’ve rehomed a dog or cat from you and need to speak to one of your vets about a medical issue.
I’ve lost my dog or cat and need advice
I have brought in a dog or cat to Battersea and now want to reclaim it, can I do this?
I need to bring in a dog or cat to you, what do I do?
I’ve found a stray dog / cat, can I bring it into one of your centres?
Can I still order items from the Battersea shop?
Are your centres accepting donations such as dog or cat toys, blankets, leads, collars etc?

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