RESQ Rehoming Centre

The RESQ Sanctuary and Rehoming Centre is a ‘Home, until they’re finally home.’ There are some animals recovering at the RESQ Centre who either require a special medical procedure with long-term care, or animals that just cannot go back to the streets. These animals continue to live in the RESQ Rehoming Centre until adopted, or continue to thrive in our Sanctuary. Not only do we look after the wellbeing of abandoned dogs and cats, but we also care for large animals such as pigs, donkeys, horses and cows!

Every animal that comes to RESQ suffers from a medical condition that needs our attention. That animal could be an abandoned dhangar's (local nomadic tribe) horse, an abandoned injured or non-productive cattle, or an abandoned pet dog or cat that is either chronically unwell, its family structure changed, or simply abandoned because its family was moving and did not want it anymore. These animals, once recovered from their medical condition, cannot be returned back to the streets, because they simply would not thrive there. Our team will look after these animals in the RESQ Sanctuary until our RESQ Adoptions Coordinator finds them their forever home.

Besides providing these animals a roof over their heads and a great quality of life, we also aim to foster trust, affection, and the chance to educate our visitors and volunteers on how to best promote human-animal coexistence through these brave animals' stories.