Sid (and Nancy)
- Domestic Short Hair
- 3 months
Welcome to Southampton rehoming centre based in Hampshire. We always have dogs and cats looking for loving new homes. Come and visit us, we'd love to see you.
We opened in 1988 after the site was very kindly bequeathed to us. The centre has facilities for dogs and cats, plus puppy and kitten facilities.
If you are looking for a pet please read about the rehoming process and view our pets looking for new homes.
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 pets at Blue Cross and help improve the welfare of the animals in our care. As a volunteer foster carer you will look after needy animals in your own home while they are recuperating from operations or illness, or young kittens or puppies until they are able to find a permanent new home. If you live within 45 minutes of the centre and are interested in this rewarding volunteer role, please email [email protected]
We hold Friends Days throughout the year at our rehoming centres and hospitals to thank our supporters and give them a unique, behind-the-scenes look at our work. They’re a great chance to see first-hand how we’re helping pets. If you would like to find out more about our Friends Day at Southampton on 10 May, please contact our Legacy Team for details.
Join the Hampshire: Southampton rehoming centre online community and become part of our ever-growing network of pet owners and Blue Cross supporters.
Pets at Southampton 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