Highlands and Islands animal rescue and rehoming centre
Originally opened in 2001, our animal rescue and rehoming centre for the Highlands and Islands was refurbished in 2012. Covering a vast, diverse geographical area, the centre provides refuge to animals in need from Inverness and the surrounding area as well as some which are rescued from Scotland’s most remote places.
In 2018, the centre found forever homes for 493 animals. It has:
- 20 dog kennels, including an isolation area to treat canines with diseases
- A main cattery with space for 14 cats or kittens, as well as an isolation zone
- Vivarium for reptiles
- A small animal room which can accommodate 15
- Space for three birds or cockerels
- A wildlife shed to keep injured wild animals until they can be moved to the National Wildlife Rescue Centre for treatment.
Rehome from our Highlands and Islands centre
If you think there’s a space in your family for an animal to fill, why not view the animals available for rehoming from the centre? We’re sure you’ll 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 Highlands and Islands 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.