Due to the current Government COVID 19 Guidelines and Restrictions The Sanctuary is closed to the public
Please contact the Sanctuary directly for details about Animals for Adoption 087 3119509 or email us with details of what type of pet you are looking for: email@example.com
How do I adopt a pet from Deise Animal Sanctuary?
Please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the type of pet you are looking for, size, breed and sex preferred and whether he/she will be homed in or out doors. You must also send us a picture of your garden (if you have one) and how secure it is.
Your details will be reviewed by our experienced Sanctuary re-homing experts.
Animals at the sanctuary are “Residents” and not all are available for re-homing. This could be due to many reasons from illness and through rehab to old age. Also some have become sanctuary pets and undertake our outreach work with schools, nursing homes etc. A few others are just residents that haven’t found their forever home for various reasons and are living out their lives with us. Please accept that not all animals are “up for grabs”.
If an animal becomes available for adoption a suitable match is made by our experienced Sanctuary re-homing experts. From there it is a two way process, you will initially take the pet on foster, during which time checks are made and the match is confirmed. Our staff are experienced at this matching process please heed their advice.
By adopting a pet from the Sanctuary you undertake to take the best care of that animal. Puppies and kittens should be neutered at the earliest opportunity. If your circumstances change and you can no longer give your pet the home it needs contact the Sanctuary and we will do our very best to help.
What does it cost?
We do not have a fixed adoption fee, we consider that a price and we are not a pet shop. We do however expect a donation as our care and treatment is expensive, all donations go to animal care only. The Sanctuary is fully dependent on Volunteers, we have no paid staff here!
Finally enjoy your pet, treat it as part of your family, and remember we are here for advice at any time.