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Could you give a new home to these sweet animals?

PUBLISHED: 12:00 07 July 2018

Could you possibly adopt one of these cute animals?

Could you possibly adopt one of these cute animals?

Are you in a position to be able to adopt one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?

Have you got room in your home for funky Franky? Have you got room in your home for funky Franky?

First up this week is funky Franky, the eight-year-old, Patterdale Terrier cross with lots of personality

Franky has a flatter trachea than normal, but that doesn’t stop him wanting to sniff and explore.

He loves his food so training with a treat is perfect and he loves a good squeaky toy and human companionship, could Franky be your new best friend?

Could you give the happy Shadow a new home? Could you give the happy Shadow a new home?

How about opening your home to Shadow, the 18-month-old crossbreed, a lively youngster who can’t wait to find an active new home.

This very clever girl has so much potential, with a family prepared to train her she could soon become the perfect family dog as she loves pleasing her human companions.

Shadow could possibly live with an active dog that loves to play but would not be suited to a home with cats.

Gege can't wait to find a new home to explore? Gege can't wait to find a new home to explore?

Meet Gege, the one-year-old ginger feline who is really starting to build his confidence to become a really affectionate cat.

At first when he came into the cattery Gege was a little scared but after settling he has started to show his true loving nature.

Gege is looking for a home where his positive socialising can continue to make him into a happy aand relaxed member of the family.

Would you be able to give a new home to Bea and Flea?Would you be able to give a new home to Bea and Flea?

How about giving a new home to Bea and Flea, this cute pair are looking for a nice home to settle down in and sleep away their days.

Their favourite things are a nice warm bed, stretching out, snoozing throughout the day and a human companion to give them a bit of fuss.

Due to them both being 15 they would be best suited to a quieter home with older children, do you have the perfect retirement home for these girls?

How about giving the affectionate Piglet a home? How about giving the affectionate Piglet a home?

Have you got space in your home for Piglet, the four-year-old black cat, a sweet natured, friendly and affectionate boy

He loves a good comfy blanket to sleep on and lounge around the home whilst having a nice treat every now and again.

He is a very affectionate boy as well and loves getting plenty of fuss and attention.

Have you got space in your home for Liam and Noah?Have you got space in your home for Liam and Noah?

Meet Liam and Noah, the two male Degus, they are shy boys that are very friendly once they know you and they have been used to being handled.

These boys are looking for a nice retirement home to spend their days with lots of room and enrichment to keep them busy.

How about something a little more different in Spock and Seven, the two Kakarikis that are very much in love.

Do you have the perfect home for these interesting birds? Do you have the perfect home for these interesting birds?

They love to fly around their aviary together so will need a home that can take them on as a pair.

Do you have the perfect home for these two interesting birds?

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.


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