A puppy, cats, budgie and a cockerel - can you rehome these Martlesham RSPCA animals?
PUBLISHED: 10:00 03 December 2017
First up on our list this week is Otis, the four month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier pup, a lively little guy that will definitely keep you on your toes.
Otis would need an active home, with owners that have had bull type breeds before and that can help continue his training, he is mastering the sit and has done very well being house trained.
He needs a home where his new owners are willing to put in time to help with his training and would need rehoming locally due to the need for continued support given by the Rehoming Centre after adoption.
Meet Blue has a lovely personality around people and would make a great companion in the right home.
In the home Blue is an affectionate boy who enjoys the company of people. Having a run and playing with his toys in a private, enclosed space is something he loves to do.
He is looking for a physically strong, committed owner who is willing to carry on with his training. They also need to be happy to fund further behaviour consultations where necessary.
Next up on our list is Emmett who was found as a stray. The black and white male feline Emmett has a deformed nose which isn’t causing him any problems and doesn’t take away anything from his adorable, loving and sweet character.
Emmett’s favourite thing to do is get lots of fuss from his human friends and would make a great little addition for any family!
Meet Berni who can’t wait to find a new home.
She can have a small amount of ‘cattitude’ when she wants to but can also be very affectionate and playful. Because of her over playful nature Berni would be best suited to a home with older children and would like a house all to herself with no other animals.
Next up is Cheeky Charlie who is looking for a loving home where he can spend the rest of his days.
Charlie has lived alongside another Budgie and is currently loving all the attention being on his own. Can you offer this fantastic veteran a peaceful loving home?
Last but not least is The Colonel, a handsome, friendly old man who is used to being handled.
He spends most of his days on his perch watching the world go by and can’t wait to find a new home to call his own.
Could you give The Colonel a nice retirement home?
The RSPCA assures families that all cats, dogs, ferrets and rabbits that are offered for adoption have been vaccinated, micro chipped and neutered.
An adoption fee of £150 for dogs, £60 for cats and £25 for rabbits and ferrets, is charged to help cover the cost of getting the animals ready for their new homes.
If you can help, call the RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich Branch on 0300 999 7321 9am until 4.30pm or contact them via email.