Can you rehome any of these animals from Martlesham RSPCA?
- Credit: RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich
Are you in a position to be able to adopt one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?
Kicking off this week’s list is Wally and Holly, the pair came in separately but have since bonded and have become inseparable since.
A couple of lovely, friendly and inquisitive rabbits who just need to find that perfect home with plenty of space to roam around and jump.
Their new owner would need to be able to continue spending time and socialising with them as they continue to grow and learn.
Next up is another pair of rabbits, Toby and Jasmine, who similarly both came in to the centre separately but have now become best friends.
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Jasmine is a very pretty girl with beautiful blue eyes and Toby is a mischievous boy who is great fun.
They would love to find a home where their new owners have plenty of time to continue their socialising and help them to become more brave.
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Jack the one-year-old pug is next up on our list, a friendly little guy who loves being in the company of people and getting lots of fuss and attention.
Jack will need an owner that can be around most of the time, he can become a little nervous in new situations, so he will benefit from an experienced owner who is willing to continue training and socialising in all aspects of life.
He has a condition called Luxating Patella, which means that he will need an operation to fix this in the future, part funding for this operation will be available.
Up next is four-year-old Lurcher, Blue. An affectionate boy who enjoys the company of people as well as playing with his toys.
He would need a physically strong, committed owner who is willing to carry on with his trainin, he is looking for a more rural home where other dogs are limited.
Blue has had a behavioural consultation in his previous home by Lucy Bingley, who has provided a programme for him and is happy to continue to work with Blue in his new home.
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.
Next up are Kat and April, the eight and five year old cats. This mother and daughter duo are both looking for a home they can share together.
Both girls love nothing more than a good brush from time to time and receiving lots of fuss and attention.
They can come across a bit shy and timid to begin with but once they get to know you they will be your new best friends.
Last but not least is Donnie, he has a little bit of a rough time of late, being found as a stray with a nasty wound on his leg which is currently still healing.
He is a very sweet boy and can be very affectionate once you start to make a fuss of him, but can be a little wary of new people.
Can you help and give this little guy a fresh start and a nice warm home to sleep and relax in?
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.