Guinea pigs, rabbits and cats - can you rehome these Martlesham RSPCA animals?
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Are you in a position to be able to adopt one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?
First on our list this week is Simon the guinea pig, a sweet boy that can be a little shy at times.
He would need an owner with plenty of time to socialise with him and help bring his confidence levels up.
Ideally being homed with another guinea pig would also be beneficial for Simon in his new home.
Next up is George and Worzel, both male guinea pigs, both are sweet natured fellows that love playing around together.
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They would both benefit from plenty of socialising and a big enclosure for them to run around and play in.
Could you give these handsome chaps a home to call their own?
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How about giving Gremblygunk and Mr Pickles, the hairless male guinea pigs a new home?
Both are very talkative who really enjoy cuddles especially after being given food.
Being hairless they will need somewhere warm and to be kept dry and cosy, especially in the evenings.
Next up is Daisy, a 6-year-old, female, Rottweiler cross with a Mastiff. A super affectionate girl who loves being in the company of people.
She loves to use your feet as a seat and receiving endless belly rubs is a must. Chasing balls around a field is also a favourite as well as playing with different, exciting toys.
Daisy socialises well with other dogs so could live in a home with another suitably matched, male dog and can live with teenage children but unfortunately not with cats.
Berni the female cat is next on our list, she originally came from a multicat home, she now is really looking for a home all to herself.
She can be very affectionate and playful but can have a little bit of ‘cattitude’ on the odd occasion.
Due to her over playful nature, she is best suited to a home with older children and would need to be the only pet in the home.
How about giving Pheonix a home? A typical lady of leisure so all she is looking for is a nice warm home to take plenty of naps in.
She does enjoy a bit of fuss and attention from time to time but she will soon let you know when she has had enough.
Could you give Pheonix a home to call her own?
Last but not least, Belle and Jack the rabbits are next on the list, this happily bonded pair are both looking for a home together.
Belle is a sprightly character with a zest for life and would love to have more socialising to help her become more relaxed. Jack enjoys the company of people and would love a home which can give him the company he desires.
Belle and Jack came separately into the centre but have happily bonded and would love to find a home together.
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.