Thank you for your enquiry
Thank you for getting in touch, we will endeavor to get back to you regarding your enquiry as soon as possible.
If you are enquiring about rehoming an animal, or would like to find out more about one of our animals please take a moment to fill out one of our Perfect Match forms which can be downloaded below and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are suitable we will then get in contact to discuss your specific needs and the animal that you may be interested in viewing. If you do not hear from us within a few weeks you have not been considered as a perfect match this time.
How does the rehoming process work?
We want to find the perfect home for our animals and the perfect animal for you. Our process may work slightly differently to how you might expect. We carefully match potential adopters with our animals using an appointment viewing system – a little like a dating agency!
We have laid out our rehoming process step by step below so you know just what to expect:
Please fill in a Perfect Match Form
We will then take time to chat with you about what you would like, find out a little about your lifestyle and help you choose a cat or dog suitable for your family (don’t worry if we haven’t got the perfect animal for you at the time, we will keep you on file for 3 months and get in contact if an animal comes in that suits your home.
The next stage is a bit like a first date – we invite you to come in and meet the animal, learn a little bit more about them and see if it is love at first sight!
If everything goes well, you might like a second date…
If you find the perfect companion one of our adoption support volunteers will pop along to see you at home
If everything is going well then we can progress with the adoption and you just need to pop in to fill out all the paperwork, pay the adoption fee and have a final chat with our team then you can take your new family member home!
..Because rescuing one animal may not change the world, but for that animal
their world is changed forever.