Can you rehome any of these animals from Martlesham RSPCA?
- Credit: Suffolk Blue Cross
Are you in a position to be able to adopt one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?
First up on our list this week is Butler, the ginger feline that at first was a very shy and timid boy but has now started growing more confident each day.
He has really started to settle down over the time he has been at the centre and enjoys a good fuss from the people that care for him, ideally he would need a quiet home to be able to settle into and learn to trust in.
Butler is FIV+ though so he would need to be an indoor only cat.
Next up is the eight-year-old tabby called Moggie, a timid and shy girl at first but she does enjoy a good bit of fuss on her own terms.
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Due to her timid nature she would need a quiet home with no other pets or children; this will help her learn to trust people again and become the affectionate girl we know she can be.
Moggie’s favourite past time however is relaxing in a nice warm bed and chilling out and sleeping the day away.
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Meet Little Lady, a sweet girl that can’t wait to find her new home, do you have space in your house for this little one?
Unfortunately she has been suffering with a flea allergy which is currently being treated with medication and the correct diet which may need to be continued at home.
Although she can be timid at first, once she comes out of her shell, she does enjoy getting lots of attention and fuss.
How about adopting Goku, the four-year-old Mastiff cross who just loves to learn new things and pick up new commands every day.
He is an affectionate boy who loves the company of people and play with toys, however he is still not sure how to act correctly around other dogs so some work is still needed.
He will need an owner who can keep socialising and training him, Goku is also an amazing jumper which is good for agility equipment, his new home would need fences at least 6ft high.
Meet Lexi, the seven-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, a very sweet little lady who absolutely loves being in the company of people and getting tons of attention.
She loves her walks and having a good run around in the field, squeaky toys are always a winner with Lexi and she can’t get enough of them.
Could you offer the lovely Lexi a new home?
Last but not least is Sabrina, the five-year-old German Shepherd cross, a sweet dog full of love and affection, perfect to be your new best friend.
When she was first brought into the centre she has a skin condition that was causing her a lot of discomfort but is improving daily with the right care, her skin will need further management and treatment in her new home.
Sabrina truly is a special girl who loves chasing tennis balls in the field and going out on long walks, could you give her the home she deserves?