Could you offer these rescue animals a forever home?

The animals in need of a new home in Suffolk 

The animals in need of a new home in Suffolk - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

From the confident to those that need a caring and patient home environment these rescue animals are in search of their forever home.

Dogs, rabbits, cats, ferrets and more have been brought into the RSPCA Ipswich and East Suffolk team who have shared the loving personalities of some of the current furry occupants. 

From mischievous Aurora to super friendly Sprocket, the branch is determined to find these loving animals a new home.

Cody

Cody or "curious Cody" as he is called by members of staff at the branch is still looking for his forever home

He was transferred to the branch from another RSPCA centre on behaviour grounds. 

Cody is still looking for his forever home in Suffolk

Cody is still looking for his forever home - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

He is looking for experienced adopters who would enjoy continuing his ongoing reward based training. 

Cody would best suit a quiet, low populated area where there are fewer passing vehicles, people and dogs. 

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Breed: Poodle Crossbreed

Gender: Male

Size: Small

Living with other animals: Cannot live with another dog, cannot live with a cat, and cannot live with small animals

Family Situation: Adult home only

Experienced Required: Experienced home required

Sprocket 

Sprocket was placed in the care of the RSPCA after her previous owner died. 

She is described as "super friendly" and is well known for being the loudest cat the centre has ever cared for. 

Sprocket has been described as super friendly

Sprocket has been described as super friendly - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

Sadly, blood tests showed that Sprocket has hyperthyroidism so she is currently on medication to help with this which she is more than happy to have in her meals.

The branch says it will help with the funding towards this medication.

Breed: Domestic short-haired

Gender: Female

Age: Senior

Living with other animals: Cannot live with a dog and  cannot live with another cat

Family Situation: May live with older children (8+ years)

Kiki 

Kiki is a confident cat who was brought to the centre due to a change in circumstances for her previous owner. 

The domestic short hair cat can entertain herself and enjoys a small fuss on her terms but has no trouble in letting you know when she's had enough with a warning nip.

Could you give Kiki her forever home?

Could you give Kiki her forever home? - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

She's looking for a home where she is the only animal as she has no experience living with other animals.

Breed: Domestic short-haired

Gender: Female

Age: Adult

Living with other animals: Cannot live with a dog and cannot live with another cat

Family Situation: May live with teenage children (13+ years)

Hector

Hector was placed into the care of the RSPCA after his previous owner could no longer care for him. 

He has been described as "sweet natured" and a "very sensitive soul" and is looking for a calm and quiet environment to move into. 

Sweet natured Hector is looking for a calm and quiet home

Sweet natured Hector is looking for a calm and quiet home - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

Hector loves his chin being rubbed and loves sitting on a soft blanket watching the world go by. 

Breed: Domestic short-haired

Gender: Male

Age: Senior

Living with other animals: Cannot live with a dog and cannot live with another cat

Family Situation: May live with teenage children (13+ years)

Thelma and Louise 

The pair came into the care of the branch after they were removed from a property after an inspection. 

Due to a lack of socialisation the two are very nervous around people and are looking to go to a quiet home, with understanding owners who can slowly gain their trust. 

Best friends Thelma and Louise are looking to be rehomed together 

Best friends Thelma and Louise are looking to be rehomed together - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

Staff at the branch have described the pair as the "absolute best of friends" so will need to go to their new home together. 

Gender: Female

Age: 1 Year

Breed: Dutch Cross

Iris and Bronagh 

The two rabbits were also brought into the care of the RSPCA after they were removed from a property by an inspector.

Due to a poor start in life, they can be a little bit nervous around people.

Could you offer these rabbits a forever home?

Could you offer these rabbits a forever home? - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

Iris and Bronagh are a happily bonded pair so will need to go off to their new forever home together.

Gender: Female

Age: Iris - 3 Years/Bronagh - 2 Years

Breed: Rex

Midge, Dinky and Piccolo

This "tremendous trio" were brought into the care of the branch after they removed from a multi-animal household.

They have all come on leaps and bounds since they first arrived at the shelter and will happily take lots of treats from your hands. 

Could you take on this tremendous trio?

Could you take on this tremendous trio? - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

They have recently become much more comfortable with being held and handled since being in our care and will make such lovely additions to the right family.

Gender: Female

Species: Mouse

Arnold and Aurora 

Arnold and Aurora have recently been paired up and are now on the search for their forever home.

Arnold is the lazier ferret of the pair, and Aurora is always getting up to lots of mischief.

Arnold and Aurora come as a pair, so could you take the two on?

Arnold and Aurora come as a pair, so could you take the two on? - Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

They are both very well handled, and love being in the company of their human friends.

Aurora is not too much of a fan of female ferrets, so the pair would not be able to live with any other female ferrets.

Gender: Male & Female

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