Areas of coverage

Check you live in our catchment area

For cats, please check you live in our catchment area below to ensure that we can respond to your application. 
Hounslow Animal Welfare Society can only homecheck and rehome cats in the areas listed below. 

For other animals we can possibly cover a wider area but we ask that you contact us with your full details.

It is very important that you read our Adoption Procedures in advance of applying to rehome any animal from us.

Region A

Richmond, Sheen, Petersham, Mortlake, Kew, Barnes

Region B

Isleworth, Hounslow, Hanworth, Feltham, Cranford

Region C

Twickenham, Whitton, Strawberry Hill, St Margarets

Region D

Ealing (W5, W7 and W13), Brentford

Region E

Chiswick, Bedford Park, Shepherds Bush, Hammersmith, Acton, Kensington (W8 & W11)

Region F

Teddington, Hampton Wick

Region G

Kingston, Surbiton, New Malden, Thames Ditton

Region H

Shepperton, Walton-on-Thames, Weybridge, Chertsey, Addlestone, Hampton, East and West Molesey

Region I

Ashford, Egham, Staines, Sunbury, Bedfont, Stanwell, Wraysbury, Laleham


In our area and ready to adopt?

Cats

Effective 26th February 2021 Hounslow Animal Welfare Society needs to place a temporary stop on accepting applications for the adoption of cats and kittens as we have a huge number of applications still to process, and we wish to review those before accepting more.  

Our small team of volunteers is working overtime to tackle the adoption application backlog caused by an overwhelming number of people contacting us to adopt felines in recent months.

If you have already applied to us to adopt a cat or kitten then you will be contacted as soon as possible.

We thank you for your understanding 

Other animals

For other animals we can possibly cover a wider area but we ask that you contact us with your full details. It is very important that you read our Adoption Procedures in advance of applying to rehome any animal from us.


Can the charity cover a wider area?

Hounslow Animal Welfare is staffed by a volunteers with limited resources and time available. It is important to ensure that the charity’s animals go to good homes so all potential adopter homes will ideally be visited by volunteers in their area, prior to adoption.

During the current pandemic and at other times it may be possible to carry out a virtual visit, however this relies on the availability of home visitor resources. To avoid any future potential issues, the charity aims to rehome animals within easy distance of our catchment area, where volunteers may also be able to assist.