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New! New! Private Adoption and Fostering

There comes a time when through no fault of our own things in life change. A bereavment, illness, Family turmoil or just something totally unexpected happens and of course the family pet/s may need to be rehomed or just fostered for a short term if you are ill or need to go into hospital. Here we can help by putting your loved pet up for rehoming or preferably fostering. Just get in touch via the contact form on the contacts page with your details or phone. We cannot guarantee to find a forever or foster home but we will help by putting your post on here. All that is needed is basic details and a nice photo.

ADOPTION

Adopt a pet

Take a look below and please give one or some of us a nice new forever home

Jess & Ronnie 8 June 21
8 June 2021 : Our Names are Jess & Ronnie. We were abandoned in benidorm. All we want is a home and someone to love us. We are 7 weeks old xx
8 June 2021: I am Joey (the white one) My mate is Herman. We would love a cuddle and a forever home. We have had our first vaccinations. Can you find a place in your heart for us? xx
8 June 2021: Hello! I am Noah. I was hit by a car and broke my leg. It will be ok but for now I have to stay in this cage. I would love to snuggle up with you xx A question, do you think I will be able to fly with these big ears? UPDATE!!! My leg is doing great! I can now stand on my hind legs and have no pain. 11 June
Susie & Gang 8 June 21
8 June 2021: I am Susie! My black son is Beni. My Other kids are Sadie, Sammy & Cuckoo. He is not mine. I took him in but we all need a homes. Can you take one of them or some of us? xx
This is Gnasher (Brown collar) and Rafa (spotty). Came to Paula 10 days ago as feral. They are now not feral but need patient owners as they will cope with being handled but like their own space (as you can see). They will be ready to go to forever homes on 18 June
I am Usher. I am 8 weeks old and was found with my two siblings under a bush mum did not return. I was 10 days old when these nice people took me in. I need alot of love and cuddles. I really like playing with my toys!
I am Waiting for Details
I am Waiting for Details
I am not looking for a home. I just like hanging around on this website!
ADOPTION

terms and conditions

  •   The most important is    that we match up the right pet with the right person/family.
    We know, adopting a pet when you have children can seem daunting. So please take it from us: adopting a dog or cat is every bit as safe (and we think even safer) than buying a puppy or a kitten.

As a general rule:

-All pets must be neutered and vaccinated.-If you adopt a puppy/kitten from us, then you must agree to have them neutered at 6 month at your own expense.
-Those renting need to provide a letter from the landlord or a copy of their rental contract that states pets are allowed.
-We would never consider re-homing a rescue dog to a home that breeds.
-It is a condition of adoption that our rescue dogs must live as part of the family and should not be left outdoors on a permanent basis.-Dogs should generally not be left alone for more than 4 hours and puppies need to be in a home where they are not left for more than two hours.

These are all guidelines and if there are some exceptional homes that don’t tick all the boxes we will consider them on an individual basis.

WHY WE DO HOME CHECKS?

We do home checks to make sure that the dog/cat you wish to adopt is the right one for you. It’s about the individual dog or cat’s personality and the chemistry you feel together (yep, we have chemistry with animals just like we do with other humans!).
Once you have sent back to us the filled in the homing form, we then sort out a time that is best for you to have one of our home checkers pop round to see you for a chat. Home checks are done worldwide and are a case of necessity for the safety of the animal and for you and your family.

Please feel free to get in touch with us if you would like more information regarding adopting a pet.

Before an animal leaves to be homed with a new adopter, we make sure that they have been:

  • Wormed
  • Treated for fleas and ticks
  • Tested for leish and parvo
  • Vaccinated against, distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, para influenza and leptospirosis
  • Chip implant
  • Rabies vaccination
  • Passport
  • Neutered/steralised ( 6months+)

So to be able to pay for this treatment and everything else that is needed to be able to care for our Animals, we ask potential adopters for an Adoption fee
Dogs/Puppies  —  150 Euros
Cats                   —  80 Euros
Kittens              —  40 Euros
With certain circumstances the adoption fee can be negotiable
Adopters are required to pay the transport costs for their dog/cat travelling outside of Spain

Please get in touch with us if you would like more information on this subject