Our animal rescue and rehoming centre in Caithness and Sutherland started life as a family home and steading. It opened in 1994 following a renovation project which saw buildings converted in to an office, kennels, cattery, small animal room and veterinary area. Providing a refuge for rescue animals across the north of Scotland, it has:
- 8 dog kennels
- 6 cattery spaces
- A small animal room
- Numerous rabbit hutches
- A washroom for cleaning oiled birds and domestic animals
- A holding facility for wild animals to stay until they can be transported to our National Wildlife Rescue Centre for medical treatment.
Rehome from our Caithness and Sutherland centre
There’s lots of adorable animals waiting to find their forever home at our Caithness and Sutherland centre. Whether it’s a small animal or a big dog, you can find your perfect pet.
How you can help our centre
Our centres will always welcome any generous donations of food, treats, or other items to help us care for animals.
You can view what our Caithness and Sutherland centre most urgently needs on the centre’s Amazon Wishlist.
If you’re interested in volunteering at the centre, you can check out our latest vacancies.