These animals are in need of a loving home – are you able to take one in?
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Karen is a beautiful cat. When she was taken in to the RSPCA she was nervous and fearful of humans. She has now grown in confidence and enjoys taking some treats off her human pals. She also is coming around to spending some time with people. Do you have the patience to help her confidence grow further?
After not adjusting to cattery life, Connor has been on foster with a member of RSPCA staff. Since being on foster, his personality has shone through. He has turned into a mischievous, affectionate boy who loves his human companions. He would benefit from a family who are patient, and will let him settle first.
Fudge came in as a stray rabbit but he is very friendly and sociable. He loves his fresh vegetables and when you call him he comes running in. He is looking for a home with a neutered female for company and a large hutch or shed.
8. Chickens and a Cockerel
These 3 chickens and cockerel are looking for a home all together. They will need a large space and shed to live in. They enjoy vegetables and scratching around in the grass. The girls are very friendly and let you stroke them. The cockerel is a little timid but gaining confidence each day.