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Dog Rehoming Bath: Bath Cats and Dogs Home Volunteering

Dog Rehoming Bath: Bath Cats and Dogs Home works towards rescuing, rehoming, and rehabilitation of unwanted cats, dogs, and small animals in Bath city. The home is self-funded based on charity and incessantly working over the last 80 years.

Dog Rehoming BathThe home receives about 1,300 animals every day and they work really hard to rehabilitate and find new homes for them. The organization is very committed and has rescued and rehomed over 100,000 animals so far.

The home accepts mistreated and ignored animals from RSPCA inspectors strays from dog wardens and the public who no longer can care for their pets. It follows the highest animal welfare standards and gives priority to those animals which have been treated cruelly or neglected.

The home educates on responsible pet ownership.  It also supports low-income pet owners through free microchipping and assists with vet fees.

Bath Dogs Home Dogs for Rehoming

You can adopt a dog, cat, or other small animals and help the home with rehoming animals. You can visit the home. It is open to visitors from 11 AM to 4 PM. You can speak to the rehoming team and view the animals.

You can find a list of animals available for adoption at its website www.bathcatsanddogshome.org.uk/rehoming. The website is updated frequently.

  • Go to www.bathcatsanddogshome.org.uk/rehoming
  • Select the category of the animal you would like to adopt; click on the respective icon.
  • A new page will be displayed with the list of animals available for rehoming. You can filter your search. Make the necessary selection and then click on the ‘Search’ button.
  • Select a specific animal and details regarding it will be displayed.

If you are interested in rehoming the animal, you can call the cats and dog home or visit in person.

Rehoming Process

Register for adoption by filling out a required form. The rehoming team will call you and fix an appointment with you. Before adoption, the home wants everybody in your home to meet the pet and spend some time so it feels comfortable. Then an adoption date will be fixed.

The pet will go through a vet check and you will have to make the necessary paperwork and pay the adoption fee; the cost covers health check-up, first vaccination, neutering, flea and worm treatments, and microchipping of it.

Adoption Charges are as follows:

Puppies and Adult dogs:  £150
Pure breed starts from a minimum £200

Kitten or Cat: £75
Pure breed starts from a minimum £100
Other small animals

Rabbit:   £20 or £30 for a pair

Guinea Pig:   £20 or £30 for a pair

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