How to rehome a pet

Read The Rehoming Process Guides

We Will Be In Touch


You can view the pets available for rehoming here on our website or you can visit us 
We are open for viewings:
Monday: 14.30-16.00 (excluding public holidays) Tuesday – Saturday: 14.00–16.00 
Each animal (below) has a rehoming process Guide so you can prepare for rehoming
You can complete the form online or pick one up from the JSPCA reception 
(Please note you must complete this form before we can help you find your forever pet)
If you complete the form online we will be in touch to discuss your forever pet 

(Please Do not be disappoint if your perfect companion isn’t in our care just now, if there are no suitable matches we will keep your registration form for future animals that come in to our care)

rehoming Process Guides:

Rehoming Dogs
Rehoming Cats
Rehoming Aquatics
Rehoming Small Animals
Rehoming Reptiles
Rehoming Ferrets
Rehoming Birds

Foster Cats and Dogs

We want all our animals to be fit and well, but sometimes when they have a long term health condition, they may require ongoing medication and treatment. These cats and dogs are still available to be rehomed and at the JSPCA we refer to these animals as ‘Foster’ cats and dogs. If you rehome a Foster cat or dog, you are able to bring the cat or dog to the JSPCA for ongoing veterinary care (at a reduced cost). We will always be upfront about what known health conditions an animal has before we would rehome them. 

Foster Cats rehoming process guide

Foster dogs rehoming process guide