- More and more pets are returning home due to having been microchipped, months and even years after going missing or living stray.
- It is now illegal in England to own a dog without a microchip. Owners who do not comply could face fines of up to £500.
- Microchipping costs only a few pounds, is virtually painless and is done in seconds.
Dogs & Rabbits
As we don't yet have an animal centre, most of our dogs & rabbits are cared for by our colleagues at Chesterfield Branch.
All our cats are cared for temporarily by volunteer fosterers, in their homes in the Barnsley area, until a forever home becomes available.
Our cats are not free, there's a fixed donation to cover pre-adoption costs.
Have a look at our feline beauties to see who you'd like to give a loving forever home.
If you own a cat (dog,rabbit, guinea pig or other small pet), male or female, it is your responsibility to have him or her neutered as soon as your vet advises it is appropriate, and we cannot stress enough the importance of doing this.
Please don't add to the homeless crisis.
Owners have a legal responsibilty to meet all of their animals' needs under the Animal Welfare Act 2006.