Adopting a Wadars Pet
What you need to know
If you would like to adopt an animal from Wadars please call us between 10am and 3pm Monday to Friday, or 11am and 3pm Saturday and Sunday on 01903 247111.
Because Wadars is a small, local charity and we carry out both pre and post adoption home checks, we are only able to rehome animals in and around the Worthing area – this generally means a maximum of a 10 mile radius around Worthing, however we sometimes make exceptions with some of our harder to home animals
Please do not email us with enquiries about adopting an animal as a member of the team will need to go through a short pre-adoption questionnaire with you.
Following the initial telephone conversation, a member of the Animal Welfare Team will contact you to discuss your application in more detail and any animals that might be suitable for your home and lifestyle. We will then arrange for you to view any suitable pets, which we follow up with a pre-adoption home check.
Once the home check has been completed and the paperwork signed/adoption fee paid, you will be able to collect your new pet.
A post-adoption home check is carried out 2-3 weeks after you have taken on the animal.
This enables Wadars to check that you are happy with your new pet, that it is settling in well, and to offer any advice needed.
Before we place animals in new homes they will always be checked over by a vet, and where necessary they will be vaccinated, microchipped, neutered, and treated for fleas and worms.
Wadars will not place a dog or cat into a new home with other animals unless those animals have already been fully vaccinated (ie within the last 12 months). Proof of vaccination will be asked for at the home check and unfortunately adoption of a Wadars animal cannot proceed without it.
In order to help recover some of the cost of caring for and rehoming our animals we ask for minimum donations as below.