Adopting an animal from the RSPCA

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The RSPCA Cambridge takes in a wide variety of homeless animals in need of a new start. Are you looking for a new pet to share your life with? Take a look at our rehoming gallery to see the rescue animals currently in our care that need a good home.

Cats and dogs are primarily adopted via the private boarding kennels where we keep them, while smaller animals such as ferrets, guinea pigs, fancy rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils etc are kept in individual fosterers’ homes.

This does mean that the small animals can be scattered over a wide area, so please be aware that making arrangements to view them can be slightly more complicated. You should also be aware that the smaller animals, although making lovely pets, don't have a very long lifespan.

View animals for adoption

Contacts for adoption enquiries

For more information on particular animals on our gallery or rehoming in general, please use the contact details below:

  • Cat, dog and rabbit adoptions: Email or phone 07442 679556. (The phone is usually set to answerphone, but leave a message and we will get back to you if we have a suitable animal.
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