Amity Pet Care are not a rescue company or shelter, but network with animal rescue charities, as well as adopting and rehabilitating many animals ourselves.
We sincerely recommend that people thoroughly consider adopting a rescue animal, as opposed to purchasing from a breeder or farm. Animals bought directly from breeders reduce rescue shelter animal’s chances of finding homes. This results in many healthy animals being euthanized, as rescue shelters have terribly limited space.
Certain rescue animals have experienced many encounters of neglect, from irresponsible owners, and ever changing situations. This often results in them requiring further nurturing, perseverance and dedication with their rehabilitation programme and training. However, with patience, they never fail to become rewarding additions to any family unit.
If a family is interested in adopting an animal, they usually have to fill in an application form, to register their interest. The charity will then be able to make contact, if they find a suitable animal.
All charities will conduct informal home checks, and interviews, to ensure that the home which the family are offering is 100% suitable, and that the animal suits their lifestyle. If a particular animal is unsuitable, the charity will be able to suggest a more appropriate one.
Animals are re-homed neutered, fully vaccinated, micro-chipped, may have had some basic training, and new owners provided with plentiful advice and support.
Adoption fees or donations usually apply, to help fund the animals care and education programmes.
Local Adoption Charities & Shelters