Pet Rescue and Adoption in Birmingham

Give an animal a new lease on life by adopting them from one of these rescue centres or shelters.

You may be at a stage of life where your children are interested in getting a pet. Why not consider adopting a pet from an animal rescue centre or shelter around Birmingham? Not only is this an opportunity to gain a new family member, but you would also be giving an animal a second chance for a loving home.

You can adopt all sorts of animals and typically before adoption, they are flea treated, microchipped, wormed and spayed before going to a new home. Animals are usually given a behavioural and health assessment before being adopted out, and in most cases, you will be given the opportunity for your children to meet the animal before making a final decision.

If you are thinking about adopting a pet, here are some places to find one and gain some further valuable advice and resources about pet adoption and let you know any costs involved. They can also help you decide whether rehoming a pet is the right decision for your family.

RSPCA Animal Centre

Come and meet a variety of animals looking for a new home, including cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and even mice!
All animals are neutured, microchipped and vaccinated (if required.)
If you are unable to rehome an animal at this time, you can help by holding a fundraiser, donate new pre-loved, good condition toys for dogs or make a monetary donation.
You can also help by fostering an animal until they are ready for adoption. This may be a good option for families who love dogs but can’t adopt a pet at the present time.

Blue Cross

The Solihull rehoming service offers new homes for cats only.
Blue Cross uses a tailor-made rehoming program and looks at each case individually to find the perfect pet for your family and circumstances.
All animals that leave the centre are vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and most animals are neutered.
All animals are examined by a vet and treated accordingly and provided with a tailor-made training plan.
Also offer ongoing advice to new owners when needed.
You can also sponsor a pet!

The Animal House Rescue
0121 475 8729 - please call between 9am and 6pm

Has a range of animals looking for a new home, including cats, dogs and small furry friends!
Cats and dogs are generally spayed, flea treated, wormed and microchipped before going to a new home.
If you can’t re-home an animal at this time but are still willing to help, you can donate items for their fundraising events. These items include gift vouchers, wines and spirits, chocolates and sweets, children’s toys and games and original DVDs and CDs.
You can also become a foster carer for animals who require re-homing.

Birmingham Dogs Home, Solihull
Catherine-De-Barnes Lane, Catherine-De-Barnes, Solihull, B92 0DJ
0121 643 5211

Has a number of dogs available for re-homing.
Re-homing includes flea and worming treatment, microchipping, four weeks of free pet insurance, a discounted neutering voucher, a free collar, ID tag and lead and a free starter pack that is full of advice and offers.
The rehoming process also includes a health and behaviour assessment.
If you can’t rehome a dog at this stage, you can help by donating items such as food and blankets for the dogs or by holding a fundraising event.

Whythall Animal Rescue
Long View, Middle Lane, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B38 0DU
01564 823 288

Has a number of different animals looking to be rehomed, including dogs, cats and kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, cockatiels and other small birds.
You can also foster an animal while they are looking to be rehomed.
Also has an animal boarding service for when you are on holidays etc.
If you can’t commit to rehoming an animal at the present time, you can sponsor an animal, make a donation or organise a fundraiser for the centre - there are always plenty of ways to help!
You can also donate your pre-loved, good condition items to their charity shop on Pershore Road, Cotteridge, or you can drop items to the centre (just not old quilts and duvets as they are hard to re-sell but are also not suitable for the animals.) The shop is run by volunteers and provides much-needed funds for the centre.

30 Quinton Road West, Quinton, Birmingham, B32 2QD
0121 426 5594

Has cats available for rehoming.
If you are unable to rehome a cat, you can help by holding a fundraiser, donating food to the centre or by making a financial donation.
You can also help by offering to provide a temporary foster to cats who are waiting to be rehomed.


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