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These animals are looking for new homes
Five-year-old Tabby Elliott is a lovely boy who is struggling to adjust to cattery life. He's a wary boy who just takes a little time to adjust. Elliott would prefer a quieter, adult only home so it would help him adjust better. Poor Elliott was found straying, and is now getting used to pets with different people. He had a few battle wounds, but since being with the RSPCA is healing well. An ideal home for him would also be a home with no other pets.
One-year-old Hop is a bold character who likes to make his presence known. Since being at the centre, he is building his confidence and likes flirting with the other bunnies, and so officers would want him to live with a female so he has some company. Hop loves his veggies and always comes in to have a nosey at what is on offer. He would be best suited to a home with children aged over 12, as long as they are supervised by an adult.
Right-year-old Raphael is a charming boy who loves his grub. He is a sensitive cat who is quite unsure about living life in the cattery. Raphael is slowly learning that we can be trusted and will come for fusses after some persuasion in the form of a little bit of tuna. He can usually be found laying in his box surrounded by blankets, watching the birds play outside. His perfect home would need to be one that has children over the age of 12 and a pet free household.