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Adoption

Prior to being adopted, all animals are vaccinated, micro-chipped and neutered (if old enough).  They will also have been treated for worms and fleas.

If you would like to provide a loving, safe home to an animal please contact us at fostering.rspca.bromley@gmail.com.

We will ask that you and any family firstly meet the animal.  This will then be followed by a pre home visit by one of our Branch volunteers.  After adoption a post home visit will be carried out.

The Branch does not charge a fee for adoption but a donation is very much welcomed.  This helps towards the cost of any veterinary treatment, boarding and of course the vaccinating, microchipping, neutering, worming and flea treatment of the animal.

Please note:  Many of our animals get transferred to RSPCA Animal Centres.  Please see the following link for details of these animals and other RSPCA Branches animals looking for loving homes PET SEARCH .   The Centre or Branch will advise you of their rehoming terms and policies.

If your pet needs rehoming, please see our HELP & ADVICE page.

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