Why adopt an animal?
Adopting a rescue animal can be a truly rewarding experience but its not something that should be decided on quickly. Adding a pet to your family needs a lot of thought and consideration into practical, financial and emotional changes to the family.
RMAS charges a nominal re-homing fee for our animals to highlight the ongoing financial commitment of pet ownership. It would not be in the best interest of any of our animals to re-home them to those who could not afford the upkeep, financial commitment and care of any animal. Consideration should be taken into on going vet care, feeding, insurance, holiday care and the daily needs of a new pet.
We carry out home visits on prospective new homes, this is to ensure that the area is safe/suitable and also provide a time for advice on adopting a rescue pet and answering any questions the prospective owner has.
Home visits are not to look at how clean a house is or what the decor is like!
All Rescue Me animals are deflea'd, wormed, microchipped, neutered (when old enough) and discount vaccination voucher (cats) and dogs are fully vaccinated.
To enquire about cats or kittens give us a call and leave a voicemail. For dog adoption enquires please fill out the form below and a volunteer will be in touch. We are all volunteers and so we will always endeavour to return your call but in very busy periods or for popular animals this is not always possible.