A parrot, rabbits and a cat – can you give one of these RSPCA rescue animals a new home?
PUBLISHED: 10:00 07 May 2017
The RSPCA is calling on animal lovers to adopt one of these cute animals waiting for their forever home from its centre in Martlesham.
First on the list is the male tabby, Hogan. A big, gentle cat that loves to lounge around and watch the world go by.
He loves a good brush especially on the cheeks and finding comfy places to snooze.
Ideally a home where he is the only pet would be best, do you have space in your home for Hogan?
Next on the list is Puzzle the male cat. He is super affectionate and loves getting lots of fuss.
He does have sensitive skin however but this can be easily managed through a careful diet.
Puzzle can live with older children and potentially another cat but would prefer to not live with a dog.
Whiskers the 6 year old male cat is next on our list, a friendly chap that is desperate to find a new home.
When he first came into the centre he was a little nervous but since has settled in and is showing how affectionate he can be.
Could you give Whiskers the perfect home?
Flying in next is Onya the Conure parrot who is looking for a new home.
An energetic parrot that likes to be handled and also enjoys a good stroke and playing with all her new toys she can be given.
Would you be able to give Onya a home?
Belle and Jack the rabbits are next on the list, this happily bonded pair are both looking for a home together.
Belle is a sprightly character with a zest for life and would love to have more socialising to help her become more relaxed. Jack enjoys the company of people and would love a home which can give him the company he desires.
Belle and Jack came separately into the centre but have happily bonded and would love to find a home together.
Last but not least is Snuffles and Alana, another two that come into the centre separately but have happily bonded together.
They are a friendly pair of rabbits that enjoy the company of people socialising with them and getting attention.
Snuffles and Alana would love a home together that can give them lots of love and attention.
The RSPCA assures families that all cats, dogs, ferrets and rabbits that are offered for adoption have been vaccinated, microchipped 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.
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