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?
First up on this week’s list is Mystery, the nine-year-old cat. A sweet natured and friendly little guy who can’t wait to find a new home.
He is affectionate and loves nothing more than lots of fuss and a belly rub, but also is partial to playing with string toys every now and again.
Mystery does have a rodent ulcer on his lip and a sore patch on his side which is currently undergoing treatment and in time will get much better, can you offer this sweet guy a new home?
Meet the young Greyson, at just six-months-old, at first he was very scared and shy when coming into the centre but after a few days he is a completely different character.
Greyson is loving, affectionate and a playful little guy who loves string toys and could chase them for ages.
As the centre doesn’t know his history he has never lived with other animals but if introduced properly can possibly live with others.
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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.
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 and a human companion to give them a bit of fuss now and then and stretching out and snoozing throughout the day.
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 this girls?
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.
Last but not least is 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.
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.