- Domestic Short Hair
- 4 years 11 months
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Welcome to Tiverton rehoming centre based in Devon. We always have dogs and cats looking for loving new homes.
We opened in 1985 and we have facilities for 26 dogs and 22 cats, plus puppy and kitten facilities.
Our Rehoming Team is dedicated to finding the right pet for you. If you are interested in a pet on our website please complete a rehoming form in the first instance, you can find this on the pet’s profile page. So we can understand the type of pet you are looking for please do call us first if you would like to arrange a visit.
To see which pets are available on our website please scroll down to choose a species or visit our ‘rehome a pet’ page. You can see pets available at all our locations or narrow your search more locally. Our pages are updated regularly so please keep visiting them.
Our Home Direct Scheme is for dogs, cats, rabbits and other small pets whose owners can sadly no longer keep them but don’t need to find them a new home straight away. Pets stay in their existing home until a new owner is found for them. All pets go through our careful assessment and matching process.
Become a volunteer short-term foster carer for the fantastic pets at Blue Cross who are without a home. As a volunteer foster carer you will look after Blue Cross pets in your own home so they spend less time in kennels or cattery. We have flexible fostering options, including overnight and weekend options in addition to longer term fostering. If you’re interested in this rewarding volunteer role, please email [email protected]
Sun 15 April – 2-4pm Car Boot Sale, Tiverton Rugby
Sat 19 May – 11 – 2 Paws for Tea and 2nd hand pet good sale
1 to 7 – Blue Cross Week, details to follow.
Pets at Tiverton rehoming centre need your help. Sponsor a pet from as little as £3 a month, and you’ll help keep pets safe and warm in our rehoming centres until we find them happy new homes
Choose a pet you'd like to sponsor and a monthly amount
Receive a certificate and monthly email updates from your pet
Once your pet has been rehomed you can choose another pet to help