How Battersea is responding to the coronavirus outbreak

01 OCTOBER 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?
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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