Find your new
best friend at Ren’s Rescue
Find out how to adopt a pet
Are you ready to adopt?
Taking on any animal is a huge responsibility that costs significant amounts of time, money and sacrifices throughout the life of the animal. Taking home a rescue pet is a particularly delicate process because many of the animals in rescues have already been let down by their first, sometimes second, family. At Ren’s Rescue we take extra care to ensure that we match the right pets with the right home. It is just as important that potential adopters take the time to read the profiles of our animals and think carefully about whether you can provide a safe and loving environment for the rest of this animal’s life.
I’m ready. Now what?
If you have seen a Ren’s Rescue resident that you believe could be a perfect fit in your life, please fill out the adoption form found on each animals profile . Once your application has been approved we will get in touch to arrange a meeting between you and the animal you would like to adopt. We will also contact you if we feel that you and that particular animal may not be a good match for each other at this time. So don’t panic if you haven’t heard from us yet. The adoption process will also include a home check to assess the environment your new pet will be living in.
Taking home your new pet.
There is nothing more rewarding than being able to give an animal in need a loving home. Any animal moving to a new home will need time to settle and rescue animals, more time than most. Your new pet may be very stressed at first and forget their house training or they may be reluctant to engage with you or your resident animals. What they need is time to settle and to become part of your family.
What happens if it’s not working out?
Our volunteers are more than happy to give you ongoing support and advice to help smooth the adoption process for both you and the animal. If an unforeseen circumstance has occurred that means you are no longer able to give appropriate care to your pet, we will welcome them back to the sanctuary with open arms. Ren’s Rescue reserves the right to remove any animal entrusted into your care, should information come to light that changes our decision to allow adoption or fostering.
With each adoption, we ask for a donation. Firstly this will help us to help the animals that come into our care after your pet has come home with you. Another reason we ask for a donation is to ensure that you are serious about making this animal a part of your family.
Guinea pig £20
Dog (To be determined)
Pig (To be determined)