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Policy on Re-Homing Companion Animals (Updated March 2017)

Aim

The Branch aims to accept all those animals which are suitable for re-homing into its care, until they can be placed in appropriate permanent and caring homes.

RSPCA Re-homing Policy and Practices 

The Branch supports the RSPCA policy, and will abide by the guidelines.

Branch Guidelines

(i) Wherever possible animals will be accepted straight away.   If accommodation is not available, animals will be kept in order on a waiting list.   (NB due to the numbers involved, there is no waiting list for cats at this time).

(ii) In certain cases, priorities will be allowed to “jump” the queue.   These cases include, but are not limited to:

  • Inspectorate cruelty or welfare cases;
  • animals whose owners have died or become permanently incapacitated;
  • animals whose owner are being evicted or moving immediately; and
  • animals who are taken to a vets or the Branch Clinic for euthanasia, who are suitable for re-homing

(iii) The Branch would not normally re-home an animal where:-

  • the animal (dog, puppy or kitten only) would regularly be left unattended for more than four hours;
  • the adopters are non-permanent UK residents;
  • the adopter’s household includes children below 5 years of age (kittens under 6 months only);
  • the adopter’s accommodation has no access to a garden (dogs only)
  • the adopter’s accommodation is beside a busy road (cats); and
  • the adopter lives in a flat other than a ground floor flat (cats), unless the cat is to stay permanently in the flat and not be let outdoors, e.g. FIV positive animals.

 

Additional Points to Note

  • Adopters who have communal gardens should be assessed on a case by case basis; taking into account the wishes of the landlord, other residents, the presence of other animals and access to/the security of the garden.
  • If in a rented/housing association/HM forces or council property, adopters need to obtain the landlord, superior or establishment’s permission within 3 working days of the reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until permission has been received. If receipt of required documents has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.
  • Applications by service personnel should also be assessed on a case by case basis.   Written proof is required by the service person’s superiors as to whether they will move out of the UK in the foreseeable future.
  • Animals to be re-homed with children, or where children visit (e.g. grand children), must be carefully matched to the household and assessed on a case by case basis, taking into account the age, nature and experiences of both the animal and children.
  • We generally ask for a minimum five foot fence for dogs.  However, each case should, again, be assessed on a case by case basis.   For example, an elderly dog or toy dog could need less. We should give all adopters the opportunity to improve their fencing.
  • We will ask all applicants to complete a copy of our own Branch Animal Application Forms at the Centre for each individual species.  If you have completed a “Perfect Match” form taken off the National RSPCA website, we will need to ask you to kindly complete our form as well.
  • In exceptional circumstances, where a potential adopter has to travel more than 50 miles to view an animal, the Branch is able to email an application form which can be completed and returned to us before visiting the Centre.
  • We cannot rehome to a household where any member has an allergy relating to the animal/s being adopted
  • Vaccination details of current owned animal (cats, dogs and rabbits only) to be seen by the centre staff and photo copied for records within 3 working days of reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until the documents have been received.  If receipt of required documents has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.
  • Dogs, Rabbits, Ferrets and Guinea pigs are required to meet all of the same species that live in the home or reside within the same accommodation before adoption takes place. Existing animals may be required to visit more than once dependent on staff assessment of progress and outcomes.

 

Fostering

Animals which come into the Branch’s care may be fostered in the following circumstances, and priority must be given to those most in need:

  • animals whose condition is deteriorating after a long stay or through stress;
  • elderly or very young animals who may suffer stress when not in a home environment; and
  • Inspectorate case animals which have not been signed over, and if agreed by the Inspectorate.

 

All other re-homing rules and guidelines apply to a foster animal, including assessment and home visiting. No foster home should normally be used for more than one animal.

 

Assessment

No animals should normally be re-homed within seven (cats) to ten (all other animals) days of coming into the Branch’s care, to enable suitable assessments to be made.   All animals at the Centre will be fully assessed by staff, and the details will be recorded.

 

Home Visiting

Home visits should be made before re-homing an animal and between one to six months (ideally three to four months) afterwards, to ensure that the animal has been re-homed successfully.  The Home Visit Co-ordinator will monitor the home visitors.

 

Fostering before Adoption 

In some cases, at the discretion of the Animal Centre Managers, potential adopters will be asked to foster an animal for a period before they officially adopt. This is especially in cases where the animal has known behavioural issues, has been returned to us already or, in the case of rabbits, where we are re-homing to an adopter who has existing rabbit(s), to ensure they bond.

 

Adoption Fee

There is an adoption donation fee for all animals; this fee varies dependent on the animal being adopted.    Any change to the set fee is at the discretion of the Animal Centre Managers.

 

Returning Animals

If an adopter decides that they no longer wish to keep the animal(s) that they have re-homed from our Branch, we ask that they contact us so that arrangements can be made to take the animal(s) back into our care.  It may be a little while before we can take the animal back into our care due to the number of spaces we have available, however we will help as soon as we possibly can.   All returns must be by prior arrangement wherever possible.

 

Neutering

Unless there are overriding medical reasons, all animals will be neutered before adoption takes place.   Where the animal is not old enough for the procedure to take place, the adopter will be provided with a voucher for the operation and the Animal Centre will carefully monitor the situation.

 

Vaccination

Unless there are overriding medical reasons, dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets will be vaccinated before adoption takes place. Where the animal is due a second vaccination, post adoption, an appointment will be arranged, at an appropriate date and time, for the Centre staff to carry out the procedure.

 

Internal and external parasites

Unless there are overriding medical reasons, an appropriate parasite treatment (e.g. for fleas, worms and mites) will be administered to dogs, cats, birds rabbits, guinea pigs and ferrets, appropriate to species, before adoption takes place.

 

Microchip

Unless there are overriding medical reasons, dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets and where appropriate birds will be microchipped before adoption takes place.

 

Records 

A record of each animal which comes into the Branch’s care, including those fostered, should be maintained at the Animal Centre.

 

Records should include the known history, veterinary treatment, assessment details and records of home visits.  This data will be used for preparing monthly statistical returns.

 

Cats

  • No holiday or change in circumstances within three months of adoption.
  • 24/7 access to sheltered accommodation by means of cat flap, shed, garage, kennel or alternative. Evidence is required by the Managers within 5 working days of the reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until the evidence has been received. If receipt of required information has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.
  • All indoor cats must be provided with litter trays (two litter trays per cat) and lots of stimulation.
  • An outdoor/indoor cat cannot be housed with a FIV positive cat.
  • Communal garden adoptions are dependent on home visit.
  • Where the adopter’s accommodation is near a busy road or railway, Managers may authorise the adoption at their discretion.
  • Adoptions to homes with no gardens are dependent on the home visit.
  • If adopting to a house where there is one existing cat, the minimum requirement is that one cat (either the current cat or the adoptive cat) is fully vaccinated before any adoption/foster takes place (In a multi cat household all cats must be vaccinated.)
  • Kittens can be left a maximum of four (4) hours at 0-6 months.
  • Kittens can be left longer if two kittens are being adopted or there is a second cat in home. Centre management to decide on the individual circumstances.
  • The number of cats per household must be equal to or less than the number of bedrooms in the house. If unsure of the space available for multi cat household, the Centre will depend on the home visitor’s feedback.
  • All cats within the home to be neutered, unless there is a medical/age reason not to do so. A vet letter will be accepted.

 

Dogs

  • No holiday or change in circumstances within three months of adoption.
  • Adopting to a home where a holiday has been booked within 3-6 months of the adoption, will be assessed on a case-by-case basis, considering dependent on the dog, and boarding/who is looking after the dog.
  • The dog cannot be regularly left unattended for more than 4 hours within a 24 hour period. If the time the dog is left exceeds 4 hours, adoptions will be considered by the management on a case by case basis.
  • Depending on the situation and nature or the dog, the Managers may agree to re-home a dog where the adopter plans to leave the dog for 8 hours, for a maximum of two days a week. The adopter must arrange for someone (e.g. a family member or friend) to come in and look after the dog so the dog is not left for longer than 4/5 hours on the 2 days in question. As that person is regularly involved in the care of the dog, they will be required to meet the dog pre-adoption and be involved with the home visit.
  • We do not adopt dogs into situations where the care of the dog will be shared, e.g. where the dog is moved from house to house, or where the adopter will “drop off” the dog somewhere else. Please talk to a member of staff for more information. We do not re-home in this situation because it becomes very confusing for the dog and most of the dogs in our care require further training and socialising.
  • Dogs can go to work with the adopter, dependent on dog, business and practicality of workplace. This will be assessed on a case by case basis. We may require confirmation from the business that the dog is allowed on its premises, dependent on the situation.
  • Home visit of work place must be done if the dog will routinely be on the premises.
  • Dog flaps will not be accepted as a substitute for maximum length of time the dog is left alone.
  • All dogs within the home must be neutered, unless there is a medical/age reason not to do so. A vet letter will be accepted.
  • All dogs must be vaccinated. If adopting to a house where there is an existing dog, the minimum requirement is that one dog (either the current dog or the adoptive dog) is fully vaccinated before any adoption/foster takes place. If not fully vaccinated, dogs can meet after 5 days from the first vaccination.
  • As from 6 April 2016, it is a legal requirement for all dogs to be microchipped. (Please see the Microchipping section of our website for how we may be able to help with microchipping.)
  • We do not adopt dogs to homes with only communal gardens.
  • Adopting to homes with communal access to their own garden is dependent on feedback from the home visit.
  • Puppies can be rehomed to households with children of any age dependent on meet at the centre. A request for a home visit will not be sent off until all children have met the dog.
  • The dog’s nature and temperament will be assessed to decide if s/he will be suitable to be adopted to a home where the dog will be placed into boarding for holidays, etc.

 

Rabbits

  • Rabbits can be rehomed singular as house rabbits or alongside/in view of other rabbits, depending on behaviour and/or medical status.
  • House rabbits require their own room and hutch/crate, plus dirt box, foraging opportunities, toys, etc.
  • Predatory animals must not have access to the area where the rabbits live.
  • All rabbits within the home to be neutered.
  • All rabbits within the home to be fully vaccinated against Myxomytosis and Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease.
  • Rabbit accommodation must be secure, weather proof, be one continuous area of 45 square foot (4.18 meters squared) and be a minimum of 2 and a half foot (0.6 meters) in height

 

Birds

  • Birds will be rehomed to aviaries when possible
  • The aviary must be secure and weather proof. Size will be assessed on a case-by-case basis and will depends on number and species of bird/s.
  • Birds can be rehomed singular or alongside/in view of other birds depending on species, behaviour and/or medical status.
  • Home visits to be carried out for Aviaries and Indoor specialised birds.
  • Home visits required where predatory animals are currently living in the household.

 

Degus

  • All male Degus within the home to be neutered unless there are medical /age reasons not to do so. A vet letter will be accepted.
  • Degus will be homed in pairs or groups where possible.
  • Degus can be rehomed singular or alongside/in view of other degus depending on behaviour and/or medical status.
  • Current and adopting animals are to meet prior to adoption.
  • Home visits may be required where predatory animals are currently living in the household.
  • Photograph/s of accommodation is/are required before the adoption can take place.
  • Accommodation size guideline: 3ft 4 inches (length) x 5ft (width) x 3ft 4 inches (height) (or 100cm (length) x 150cm (width) x 100cm (height))

 

Ferrets

  • Adoptions to be considered with an awareness of prey animals in the vicinity of the new home.
  • Ferrets will be homed in pairs or groups where possible.
  • Ferrets can be rehomed singular as house ferrets or alongside/in view of other ferrets depending on behaviour and/or medical status.
  • Current and adopting animals are to meet prior to adoption.
  • All ferrets within the home to be neutered unless there is a medical/age reason not to do so. A vet letter will be accepted.
  • Ferret accommodation must be secure, weather proof and a guideline size of 6ft (length) x 3ft (width) x 3ft 6 inches (height) (or 180cm (length) x 90cm (width) x 110cm (height))

 

Chinchillas

  • All male chinchillas within the home to be neutered unless there are medical /age reasons not to do so. A vet letter will be accepted.
  • Predatory animals must not have access to the room/area where the chinchillas live.
  • Chinchillas can live in an outdoor aviary if set up with appropriate sleeping quarters. Please ask staff for more details.
  • Current and adopting animals are to meet prior to adoption.
  • If applicable, temporary accommodation must be provided so that the chinchillas can be placed next to one another during the bonding process.
  • Home visits are required for all chinchillas.
  • Chinchilla accommodation must be secure, weather proof and a guideline size of 3ft 4 inches (length) x 3ft 4 inches (width) x 5ft (height) (or 100cm (length) x 100cm (width) x 150cm (height))

 

Guinea pigs

  • All male guinea pigs within the home to be neutered.
  • Guinea pigs can be rehomed singular as house Guinea pigs or alongside/in view of other Guinea pigs depending on behaviour and/or medical status.
  • Guinea pigs will be homed in pairs or groups where possible.
  • Current and adopting animals are to meet prior to adoption.
  • Home visits may be required where predatory animals are currently living in the same household.
  • A photograph of the proposed accommodation is required before adoption.
  • Guinea pig accommodation must be secure, weather proof and a guideline size of 4ft  (length) x 2ft (width) x 2ft (height) (120cm (length) x 60cm (width) x 60cm (height))

 

Rats

  • Rats will be homed in pairs or groups where possible.
  • Rats can be rehomed singular or alongside/in view of other rats depending on behaviour and/or medical status.
  • A photograph of the proposed accommodation is required before adoption.
  • Home visits may be required where predatory animals are currently living in the same household.
  • If applicable, temporary accommodation must be provided so that the rats can be placed next to one another during the bonding process.
  • Rat accommodation must be secure and a guideline size of 3ft (length) x 2ft (width) x 5ft (height) (or 90cm (length) x 60cm (width) x 150cm (height))

 

Small Animal(s)

  • Hamster accommodation (Syrian, Russian, Chinese and/or Roberoski) must be secure and a guideline size of 2ft 6inches (length) x 1ft 4 inches (width) x 1ft 4inches (height) (or 76cm (length) x 41cm (width) x 41cm (height))
  • Mouse accommodation must be secure and a guideline size of 2ft 6inches (length) x 1ft 4 inches (width) x 1ft 4inches (height) (or 76cm (length) x 41cm (width) x 41cm (height))
  • Gerbil accommodation must be a secure tank to hold suitable digging substrate and be a guideline size of 3ft (length) x 1ft 3 inches (width) x 1ft 3 inches (height) (or 91cm (length) x 38.1cm (width) x 38.1cm (height))
  • A photograph of the proposed accommodation is required before adoption.
  • The accommodation bar width must be appropriate for the species to be rehomed.

 

The policies may be varied with the agreement of the Centre Managers.

ADOPTION PROCEDURE
for Dogs, Cats, Ferrets, Guinea Pigs, Birds and Small Animals

(For rabbits – please see separate section.)

 

  • If you have seen an animal on our website that you are interested in adopting, contact the Centre to find out if he or she is still available.

 

  • For dogs, please be aware that you need to be at the Animal Centre before 2pm to be introduced to the dog on the same day.  For any applications that are received after 2pm, we will make an appointment for you for another day.

 

  • If you are not sure which is the right animal for you, feel free to come to the Centre during our opening hours to see what animals we have available and to seek advice from members of staff.

 

  • We will ask all applicants to complete a copy of our own Branch Animal Application Forms at the Centre during opening hours.  If you have completed a “Perfect Match” form taken off the National RSPCA website, we will need to ask you to kindly complete our form as well.

 

  • In exceptional circumstances, where a potential adopter has to travel more than 50 miles to view an animal, we are able to email an application form which can be completed and returned to us before visiting the Centre.

 

  • We are unable to take reservations for animals over the phone or by email.

 

  • It is our procedure that all completed Animal Application Forms are checked by Centre management.

 

  • If two or more applicants have completed forms at the same time for the same animal, the Centre management will proceed with the application that it feels best matches the needs of the animal at that time.

 

  • If the animal is out on foster, we will make an appointment for you to view the animal either at the fosterer’s home or at the Centre.

 

  • An animal is reserved only when the application has been accepted and a successful meeting with the animal has taken place.

 

  • At the point of reserving an animal, the Centre staff will discuss with you the full history of the animal, its assessment/s and any additional information.

 

  • At the point of reservation, the animal will not be reserved or seen by another interested party. In some circumstances the Centre may choose to take a second reservation.

 

  • If a second reservation is taken, an application form is completed and confirmed by management. However, the animal is not seen or interacted with by the people putting in the second reservation. If the first reservation does not go ahead, the second reservation will be contacted to continue the adoption process.

 

  • The adopter will be asked to contact the Centre by noon the following day (or the day after you have viewed a fostered animal) if you wish to proceed with the adoption.

 

  • If confirmation has not taken place the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.

 

  • Once we have received your confirmation of reservation we will:-

 

Check that all persons living in the household have met the animal and are agreeable to continue with the adoption.  If there are members of the household who have not met the animal, we will arrange for this to be done.

 

Make an appointment for animal(s) currently living in the home to meet adopting animal, where appropriate (Dogs, Rabbits, Ferrets and Guinea Pigs). Existing animals may be required to visit more than once dependent on staff assessment of progress and outcomes.

 

Require landlord, superior or establishments permission for rented/housing association/HM forces or council property within 3 working days of the reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until permission has been received. If receipt of required documents has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.

 

Require vaccination details of animal(s) (cats, dogs and rabbits only) currently living in the home within 3 working days of the reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until the documents have been received.  If receipt of required documents has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.

 

Require evidence of 24/7 access to sheltered accommodation by means of cat flap, shed, garage, kennel or alternative within 5 working days of the reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until the evidence has been received. If receipt of required information has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.

 

Require photograph of accommodation, where appropriate. If receipt of required information has not taken place the centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.

 

  • Once the correct information has been supplied, the completed application form will be sent to the Home Visit Co-coordinator.

 

  • A volunteer home visitor will be in contact with the adopter within the next 7 days to arrange a suitable time to visit.

 

  • Over the period of reservation, the adopter is welcome to visit the animal after arranging an appropriate appointment with the centre.

 

  • Once the home visit has taken place, the Home Visit Co-ordinator will inform the rehoming centre of the result.

 

  • The Rehoming centre will contact the adopter to give the report of the home visit, advise amendments, cancel adoption or make an adoption date.

 

  • At point of adoption, the adopter will complete RSPCA adoption paperwork, microchip transfer of ownership, receive all previous health information including vaccinations, worming and flea treatments and health checks.

 

  • The centre shop can supply all that is needed when adopting an animal.

 

  • Please allow at least 30 minutes for a single adoption and 1 hour for two adoptions.

 

  • The donation fee will be taken on the day of adoption.

 

  • Approximately 3 months after adopting, a volunteer home visitor will be in touch to carry out a post home visit to see that the adoption has been a success.

 

  • At any point during the adoption procedure, the adopter reserves the right to cancel the adoption/reservation.

 

  • If an adopter decides that they no longer wish to keep the animal(s) that they have re-homed from our Branch, we ask that they contact us so that arrangements can be made to take the animal(s) back into our care.  It may be a little while before we can take the animal back into our care due to the number of spaces we have available. However we will help as soon as we possibly can.   All returns must be by prior arrangement wherever possible.

ADOPTION PROCEDURE for Rabbits

 

  • We will ask all applicants to complete a copy of our own Branch Animal Application Forms at the Centre during opening hours.  If you have completed a “Perfect Match” form taken off the National RSPCA website, we will need to ask you to kindly complete our form as well.
  • If you are not sure whether a rabbit is the right animal for you, feel free to come to the Centre during our opening hours to seek advice from members of staff.
  • In exceptional circumstances, where a potential adopter has to travel more than 50 miles to view an animal, we are able to email an application form which can be completed and returned to us before visiting the Centre.
  • Before a reservation or adoption of a rabbit(s), a home visit is required.
  • Once an application form has been completed we will:

Require landlord, superior or establishments permission for rented/housing association/HM forces or council property within 3 working days of the reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until permission has been received. If receipt of required documents has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.

Require vaccination details of animal(s) currently living in the home within 3 working days of the reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until the documents have been received.  If receipt of required documents has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.

Require confirmation that the rabbit accommodation is constructed and in situ, and is to the required measurements, within 3 working days of the reservation being taken. The request for a home visit will not be sent to the Home Visit Co-ordinator until the documents have been received.  If receipt of required documents has not taken place, the Centre reserves the right to cancel the reservation.

  • Once the correct information has been supplied, the completed application form will be sent to the Home Visit Co-coordinator.
  • A volunteer home visitor will be in contact with the adopter within the next 7 days to arrange a suitable time to visit.
  • Once the home visit has taken place, the Home Visit Co-coordinator will inform the rehoming centre of the result.
  • The Rehoming centre will contact the applicant to give the report of the home visit, advise amendments or arrange an appointment to visit the rabbits for adoption or introduce an existing rabbit(s) to the adopting rabbit(s).
  • In the case of introducing an existing rabbit to the adopting rabbit, existing animals may be required to visit more than once dependent on staff assessment.
  • Once a successful or positive bond has been assessed, the adopting rabbit will be fostered to the adopter for a maximum period of two weeks.
  • The adopter will be required to complete all relevant fostering paper work.
  • The adopter will continue to bond the existing rabbit and the adopting rabbit within the adopting home. Literature and centre staff support will be provided.
  • Once a successful bond has been achieved the adopting rabbit can be adopted.
  • If the bonding process is not successful, we ask that the adopters contact us to make arrangements to take the rabbit(s) back into our care.  It may be a little while before we can take the animal back into our care due to the number of spaces we have available. However, we will help as soon as we possibly can.   All returns must be by prior arrangement wherever possible.
  • The adopting rabbit is required to return to the centre on day of adoption for relevant health checks to be completed.
  • At point of adoption, the adopter will complete RSPCA adoption paperwork, microchip transfer of ownership, receive all previous health information including vaccinations, worming and flea treatments and health checks.
  • The centre shop can supply all that is needed when adopting an animal.
  • Please allow at least 30 minutes for a single adoption and 1 hour for two adoptions.
  • The donation fee will be taken on the day of adoption.
  • Approximately 3 months after adopting, a volunteer home visitor will be in touch to carry out a post home visit to see that the adoption has been a success.
  • At any point during the adoption procedure, the adopter reserves the right to cancel the adoption/reservation.
  • If an adopter decides that they no longer wish to keep the animal(s) that they have re-homed from our Branch, we ask that they contact us so that arrangements can be made to take the animal(s) back into our care. It may be a little while before we can take the animal back into our care due to the number of spaces we have available. However, we will help as soon as we possibly can.   All returns must be by prior arrangement wherever possible.

 

Additional notes

  • Rabbits can be rehomed singular as house rabbits or alongside/in view of other rabbits, depending on behaviour and/or medical status.
  • House rabbits require their own room and hutch/crate, plus dirt box, foraging opportunities, toys, etc.
  • Predatory animals must not have access to the area where the rabbit/s live.
  • Rabbit accommodation must be secure, weather proof, be one continuous area of 45 square foot (4.18 meters squared) and be a minimum of 2 and a half foot (0.6 meters) in height.
  • All rabbits within the home to be neutered.
  • All rabbits within the home to be fully vaccinated against Myxomytosis and Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease.

The Adoption Donation

There is an Adoption Donation which varies with the type of animal being adopted. 

The Donations are as follows:

Dog adoption donation: £150

Cat adoption donation: £60

(For dogs and cats this fee includes: neutering, micro chipping, vaccinations, worming, flea treatment and a health check)

Ferret adoption donation: £25

Rabbit adoption donation: £25

Guinea pigs: £20

Chinchillas: £20

Small aviary birds and cockatiels: £5

Hamsters, gerbils, rats, etc: £5

Parrots and parakeets: TBA

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