Why Adopt?

By adopting a companion or farm animal from One at a Time Rescue, you are giving it a second and deserving chance to live a happy, full and rewarding life.  You are also playing an important role in the advocacy against animal cruelty, inhuman breeding practices, and inappropriate animal ownership.

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View the animals available for adoption to find your perfect match.

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Your donations are genuinely appreciated and directly help animals in need.

ABOUT

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Read more about OAAT.  What we do and why we do it.

Polly

 Polly was surrendered when her mum had to go into palliative care. She is a bigger girl who loves her smooches and being fussed over.

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Jaffa and Luke

Jaffa and Luke are teenagers and were rescued from a less than desirable home. They were living amongst many other cats, all not desexed, and

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Hondo

Hondo is a laze around kind of guy and always happy to be picked up and cuddled. We’re not sure what he experienced in the

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Rosie

Rosie follows her foster mum around like a little puppy, looking for scratches and cuddles. We’re not sure what she experienced in the first 9ish

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Clara

Clara is so loving and appreciative of pats. It’s hard to get a good picture of her because she just wants to smooch you and

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Jiminey

As you can see Jiminey is a small boy – the tiniest of his litter. But he’s big in personality and cuteness!!. He’s super playful

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 Polly was surrendered when her mum had to go into palliative care. She is a bigger girl who loves her smooches and …

Jaffa and Luke are teenagers and were rescued from a less than desirable home. They were living amongst many other cats, all …

Hondo is a laze around kind of guy and always happy to be picked up and cuddled. We’re not sure what he …

Rosie follows her foster mum around like a little puppy, looking for scratches and cuddles. We’re not sure what she experienced in …

Adoption Application

The process, considerations and costs of animal adoption

What is the Adoption Process?

Animals available for adoption will be listed, with their profiles, on the One at a Time Facebook page or website. If you see an animal you feel will be the perfect fit for you or your family, you can submit your interest via the online application form. Every application will be considered, and those most suitable will be contacted for a short phone chat, followed by a meet and greet, and then a home check. The following process has been successful in re-homing over a thousand animals into happy, loving and life long homes.

What Are the Adoption Fees?

All animals available for adoption have been vet checked, de-sexed and micro-chipped. This includes addressing any known health concerns prior to adoption, and making sure their vaccinations are up to date and that they have been wormed and flea treated.The adoption fee covers all pre-adoption care and vet work, and helps fund future rescues and surrenders. It varies depending on the type of animal, age and temperament and is available via application.

Finding the Perfect Match

All our animals spend time in foster care before being adopted. During this time the carer gets to know the animal’s temperament, personality, and energy levels. They also observe how each animal interacts with adults, children, and other pets, and if they would thrive best in an indoor only or indoor/outdoor home. So, while it might often feel like a case of love at first sight, we highly recommend you read each animals profile and consider how their needs and personality might fit with your family or lifestyle. Our adoption process will then help guide you further.

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