Please read our FAQ and Before You Adopt sections before contacting Wallington Animal Rescue. You will need to thoroughly read the descriptions below in order to understand the animals requirements.
All animals on the following pages are now safe and cared for within our rescue. They are all receiving the medical treatment they need, such as flea and worm treatments, to help them enjoy a happy life. If you have any questions about the following animals or our rescue or to, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Please contact us to go on our waiting list. We have to prioritise our adult cats, who have been hoping to be homed for a long time, first. So if you would like a kitten specifically, please contact us and ask to be put on our waiting list. We will get back to you as soon as kittens become available for adoption.
Hi, my name is Crystal and this is my sister Clover. We are approx 6 months old and you can tell us apart because my sister is all black and I have a white Crystal shape on my chest.
We came in as a hoarding case but were healthy and cared for. We are currently in foster with kids and a dog, and although timid at first, we have come out of our shell now.
Not sure whats up with our foster mumma (think she might be mad!!) she always calls us spider monkeys!! I mean, how rude... just because we enjoy climbing on everything including tops of doors, kitchen units, wardrobes there is no need to call us names!!
We have been spayed and jabbed and are now ready to find our purrrfect furever home. Luffs Crystal and Clover xx
Hello, my name is Sizzle and I am a corn striped snake. My new owners will need to have the correct size vivarium for me so I have plenty of room and I am looking for a home with a snake savvy family who are confident with looking after snakes and reptiles. If you think you could offer me a loving new home, please contact Wallington Animal Rescue to arrange a home check!
Hi there folks, I am Steve and this is my sister Shelley. We came into WAR as part of a hoarding case.
Shelley had kittens and once they were all sorted, they went off to loving new homes. Shelley and I then got neutered and jabbed, and went off to a new home.
We settled in well and loved our new mum and she loved us back, however once we were settled and our mum let us go out and about... the hunter instinct in us kicked in. To show our thanks to our new mum, we brought her back furry / feathered presents every day some times multiple times in one day. This became to much for our new mum to cope with as it seems you humans don't really like those kind of prezzies... so it was decided it would be best for us to return to WAR and find a new home. We are friendly and enjoy human company and would love a nice family to call our own but our new owner must be prepared for the call of the wild my sister and I have - we will bring you prezzies!
Howdy there folks, my name is Gladys and I am approx 3 years old.
I came in to WAR as a hoarding case but was loved and cared for. I came in with my sister Olive and her bubba Blakey, as well as my 2 nieces; Crystal and Clover. When I arrived at WAR, it was obvious I was pregnant, and a little while later I went into labour. Sadly, both my lovely babies were still born. To help cheer me up, I moved in to a foster house and that certainly did the trick! I have a lovely foster mummy and foster kiddos to hang out with, plus I love to have a nice kip on their beds! Being part of a family has made me the happy, cuddly calm girl I am today... and although not a lap cat, I still love being near my foster humans for a nice fuss. Oh and I feel it's rather important that I tell you all I LOVE MY FOOD - you know, just so we are all clear on that fact!!
I have been spayed, chipped and jabbed and am ready to complete someones family with my total awesomeness! I will want a garden to hang out in too please. If you would like to have me join your family, please do get in touch with WAR!