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Kaya is a young Kune Pig Sow. She is Spayed, Microchipped  and the license for her is in our name at present. She is under a year old and is a friendly girl. We took her on with the intention of her becoming a 'house-pig', since she's so friendly. However, she very much prefers to be outside, and as such it is kinder for her to be with someone who has even more space, and potentially other pigs.

CPH Number and license required, as is a significant amount of space (the more the better). For more details, or to meet her- please call 07861414578

Page: http://www.encounterexotics.com/rehoming.html Rehoming. Encounter Exotics Charity Animal Rescue and Care Centre

Bear is our loved Tanuki or Japanese Racoon Dog. H

Matilda is a bearded dragon female (approximately 4 years old*). She's a 'normal' morph with a healthy outgoing approach to everything. She is friendly with people and children. Loves being handled. No health issues.


*Please note age is estimated, as these were rescued with age and sex unknown. 

All have been vet checked for health, and fecal tested (for parasites) recently.

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Red is one of two rat snakes we took into care a month or so ago.

Unsexed, rather quick and was underweight, but is starting to fill back out now. Not an ideal 1st snake but a pretty one for a collection! No health issues/parasites present.

We also have options for FOSTER HOMES for turtles and siberian chipmunks, which, due to IAS legislation surrounding potentially invasive species (that may harm our indigenous life/ecosystems if released); it is not allowed to breed, sell, or give away (unless you give he

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Sid is a Bosc's or Savannah Monitor. Not a beginner's reptile. Will need a large enclosure (8ft minimum). Ideally looking for experienced keeper. Never bitten but he's not keen on handling. Ideal weight, lean and mean. Eating, shedding and pooing well. Very strong and healthy. 

We also have options for FOSTER HOMES for turtles and siberian chipmunks, which, due to IAS legislation surrounding potentially invasive species (that may harm our indigenous life/ecosystems if released); noone is permitted to breed, sell, or give away (unless you give them to a registered rescue). In this instance, contracts would require signing to promise to adhere to these rules, and that the animal remains the responsibility of Encounter Exotics, who would pay for veterinary care etc; but the foster home would keep the animal for the duration of it's life and maintain it's enclosure, and dietary needs. Please get in touch if you'd like to learn more about this.

We also have options for FOSTER HOMES for turtles and siberian chipmunks, which, due to IAS legislation surrounding potentially invasive species (that may harm our indigenous life/ecosystems if released); noone is permitted to breed, sell, or give away (unless you give them to a registered rescue). In this instance, contracts would require signing to promise to adhere to these rules, and that the animal remains the responsibility of Encounter Exotics, who would pay for veterinary care etc; but the foster home would keep the animal for the duration of it's life and maintain it's enclosure, and dietary needs. Please get in touch if you'd like to learn more about this.

Bear is our loved Tanuki or Japanese Racoon Dog. He is 2 1/2 years old, and we have had him a long time. He is happy in his outdoor enclosure, but doesn't like handling, children, small animals or dogs. It is imperative that he will only be rehomed to someone with more space than us, preferably with another Tanuki. We will keep him if we are the best place for him, but as always we're just out for the best situation for him.

In Need Of A Home Now:

We want the best life possible, for all the creatures that have entered the pet trade/hobby. It's as simple as that.


Having hand raised dogs, cats and rabbits in the past- we found that there were homes readily available for these animals; and that there were many established causes that could help them (although more can always be done- get your next dog or cat from a shelter rather than a breeder, people!). The more unusual or exotic animals, which often need a specific diet, or other requirements often were overlooked (or had only their basic requirements met). The information provided by many traders/pet shops can be misleading and is often more concerned with selling you something that your pet never needed! As such, we seek experienced keepers advice and are always learning about the animals that end up in our care- if we aren't the best keepers of something, we will move it on to someone who CAN and WILL better meet all of it's requirements.


We take on animals when their previous keepers can no longer do so; we'll ask no questions about your situation or reasons for adoption, but we will ask for as much info as possible on the animal; in order to minimise the upheaval for the animal itself.


If we rehouse an animal, we make checks with the future keepers, and are always available to come back to with any questions. We do charge a small 'adoption fee', which covers the costs associated, but is also necessary as a deterrent for animal baiters etc.  Either way, all you need to do is ask! Please check back for a list of animals up for rehoming...


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Bear is our loved Tanuki or Japanese Racoon Dog. He is 2 1/2 years old, and we have had him a long time. He is happy in his outdoor enclosure, but doesn't like handling, children, small animals or dogs. It is imperative that he will only be rehomed to someone with more space than us, preferably with another Tanuki. We will keep him if we are the best place for him, but as always we're just out for the best situation for him.

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Bandit is one of two rat snakes we rescued around a month ago. Likely a corn snake, a bit slower than Red. A bit easier to handle. Would still prefer not to be a 'first-time' snake. Also came in a little underweight, but is getting back to size. Both eating, defecating and shedding well.

Bear is our loved Tanuki or Japanese Racoon Dog. He is 2 1/2 years old, and we have had him a long time. He is happy in his outdoor enclosure, but doesn't like handling, children, small animals or dogs. It is imperative that he will only be rehomed to someone with more space than us, preferably with another Tanuki. We will keep him if we are the best place for him, but as always we're just out for the best situation for him.

Bear is our loved Tanuki or Japanese Racoon Dog. He is 2 1/2 years old, and we have had him a long time. He is happy in his outdoor enclosure, but doesn't like handling, children, small animals or dogs. It is imperative that he will only be rehomed to someone with more space than us, preferably with another Tanuki. We will keep him if we are the best place for him, but as always we're just out for the best situation for him.

Rehoming. Encounter Exotics Charity Animal Rescue and Care Centre

We also have options for FOSTER HOMES for turtles and siberian chipmunks, which, due to IAS legislation surrounding potentially invasive species (that may harm our indigenous life/ecosystems if released); noone is permitted to breed, sell, or give away (unless you give them to a registered rescue). In this instance, contracts would require signing to promise to adhere to these rules, and that the animal remains the responsibility of Encounter Exotics, who would pay for veterinary care etc; but the foster home would keep the animal for the duration of it's life and maintain it's enclosure, and dietary needs. Please get in touch if you'd like to learn more about this.