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At Battersea, our experts take the time to get to know more about you and what you’re looking for in a dog or cat. Because making the best possible matches matters to us. So, although rehoming a rescue could take a little more time, a little more patience and a little more effort - the end result will be more than worth it.
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.
Coronavirus has had a direct impact on the number of staff we have available at our centres to look after our animals and provide veterinary care. As a result, we have had to make a difficult decision to suspend all rehoming of our animals until further notice.
Customers who wish to rehome a dog or cat are advised to continue filling out this form. Our staff will be in touch when our centres re-open for business as usual.
Battersea relies upon donations to raise the vital funds needed to keep our centres running, and now, more than ever, we need the continued support of the public to ensure we can continue to be here for every dog and cat. If you can help, please make a donation.
Learn about the process
Registering your details is the first step of our process:
We will start by asking you a series of questions related to your current living circumstances as well as your preferences. This process should take no more than 15 minutes and will help us find the best animal for you.
Speak with a rehoming team member:
When we think that we have an animal that’s a good match for you, we will ask you to arrange a callback. You’ll then speak with one of our expert rehoming team, just to get a few more details about your application and any specific requirements. This should take no longer than 30 minutes.
Visit a centre:
Pick up where you left off with a face-to-face chat with a member of the rehoming team, to help better understand your needs. In some cases, we may ask you to come back to the centre at a later date if we can't find an animal for you on the day.
Once you and your family have had a chance to meet your new potential pet, we’ll send you on your merry way – along with expert pet advice and support to help your new friend settle in.