Ty is a 2 year old Staffy cross. He is full of life and just loves going for a walk, but also does enjoy a cuddle. We have not seen any aggression towards other dogs and when on his harness he walks well. Ty is now desperate to call a family his own
Pepper is a lovely, friendly boy who will make a great addition to any family. He is about 2 or 3 years old having spent quite a long time in the cattery and has seen his more colourful neighbours go home with their forever new families.
Sadly, many of our black and white cats are overlooked despite being the friendliest kitties.
Pepper would love a new home this winter and longs to be able to sit by your fire or cuddle up on a warm sofa with his favourite person. He would like to go outside occasionally once his 6 weeks’ house arrest is over.
Sadly, Bear’s adoption wasn’t successful so he is again looking for that special person in his life.
Bear is 7 years old and is a Cockerpoo, he is very energetic and loving He has lived with children and enjoys playing especially with a ball. He gets on with cats but would benefit from being the only dog in the household as he does like all the attention. We have been asked to find him a loving home due to a change of circumstances as he does need company and exercise to keep him happy.
He would suit an active family where someone is at home most of the time and who have had a similar breed before.
For further enquiries and viewing please ring 07811 404346
Max is approximately 9 years old. Unfortunately Max’s owner had dementia and was forgetting to feed him and let him out, so he is a little on the slim side. Max still enjoys a walk and does not seem phased by other dogs and really enjoys human company his little tail never stops wagging. He does have dry eye in one eye and he will need joint supplements, but there is still plenty of life left in this old dog and for someone who wants a constant companion he will be a really good friend
Sally is a 7 year old Collie who has lived with an elderly man most of her life. She needs someone who understands her breed. Sadly Sally spends a lot of time in her bed, anyone who knows Collies will know this is very unusual for the breed. Sally needs someone with lots of time and patience so that Sally can become the dog she should be
For further enquiries and viewing please ring 07811 404346
Suzi is approx 9 years old Jack Russell Terrier. She loves to be busy and would love a family that enjoys going for nice walks. Her owner could no longer look after her and unfortunately has now spent quite a few months in kennels
Toby is approx 9 years old but please do not be put off by his picture he is still very active and just loves to go for walks. He has come into our care because he owner was unable to look after him anymore and has been in kennels for quite some time so he is now ready (in these darker nights) for a fire
Tammi is a 10 month old Crossbreed pup. We think she may have a little bit of Collie in her because she loves to be doing things. Tammi would suit an active family who will enjoy spending lots of time with her
Bobbles, Bob and Bobby to his friends. Bobbles is only young we think about 12 months. He is very playfull, loves his toys but also is happy to have cuddles. This young man is now ready to go to his new home where I am sure everyone will enjoy his company. His foster mum says the person that adopts Bobbles will be very lucky because he certainly brightens up her day
Jack Black is approx 5 years old. He is currently in a foster home and this is what he foster mum has to say about him. Jack is a loving and friendly cat who loves to snuggle up to you and play. He is a little shy at first but gets on with everyone he meets. He is great with other cats and enjoys being brushed. Sadly Jacks old owner passed away
The little boy has been reserved and his mum, sister and brothers have now gone to their new homes.
Beauty and her kittens are now ready to find their forever families. Beauty came to the branch, along with her brand new babies to be cared for in one of our volunteer fosterer’s own home.
All four kittens will make beautiful Tabby kitties when they are older, three are going to be semi long haired and they are Sophia, Sebastian and Barney, while little Bertie is a Domestic Short Haired boy.
Great news these sisters have found their forever home on a farm where they will be well looked after. They will have the freedom to roam whenever they feel in the mood and a lovely warm home to live in.
Bagheera and Babs are two 5 months old females, they are semi feral so if anyone is looking for farm cats, outdoor cats or just a challenge please visit them at Bowlers’ cattery
Nosey is a stunning little girl. She is 6 months old and came from a house with multiple unwanted litters. Her owners were unable to cope and signed her over to the RSPCA.
Nosey got her name from the distinctive stripe she has running down her nose. We think it adds to her charm! Nosey can be shy at first but she soon relaxes when you spend time with her. Nosey loves a comfy lap. She will hop up, make herself comfortable and then purr contently to show her appreciation. Nosey also has a playful side. She loves chasing stringy toys and when she’s out of her pod she charges around having a whale of a time.
She has lived in a foster home with her siblings so we think she would be fine to live with another cat if introductions were done slowly. She has been a little nervous of dogs when she has seen them through the window so a dog free home is probably best. We also think she would be best with kids 8+ as sudden movements and loud noises also seem to spook her at times.
Lincoln is a long haired Chihuahua approximately 4 years old. When you first meet him he is a little scared but once he knows you and gains your trust he is very affectionate. We would not rehome him with children under 10 due to the fact he is quite timid and frightened at the moment and we think he would not be able to cope with young children.
Ceaser is a very bouncy 12 month old Labrador. This young man is still a puppy who has not had much training, so he does still pull on the lead and can mouth you but if you say “no” to him he does listen and stops.
We would not rehome him with small children just due to his bouncyness. Ceaser would suit an active family where someone is at home quite a lot so they can train him.
We would like his adopters to take him to a training class as we are sure that he will soon learn what is expected so that he is welcome wherever he goes.
Dave is approx 18 months old. This lively young man is just full of life and needs a family who will give him the exercise he needs.
Dave has come into us through no fault of his own, his last family split up and due to work commitments he was being left for long hours, so Dave does need a family that is not going to leave him for long.
We thing he could be a wheaten terrier x springer spaniel, he is very lively and quite strong on the lead.
He definitely needs a family who enjoy walking. Dave is a medium sized dog and is not as small as he looks on the photo.
Cissy and Ada are just 18 weeks old and have been left on the shelf. They came to the branch to find their forever family as older kittens without their mum. Because there have been so many little kittens to choose from these lovely, but shy, girls have been overlooked. If you are patient and give them the time they need to become more confident they will make lovely house guests.
As they are happy to keep themselves amused they would suit someone who works during the week. Being older kittens they are less likely to get themselves into difficult situations around the home and will be happy to be left with some dry food as long as you are around to feed them mornings and evenings with something delicious out of a pouch or a tin.
If you would like to meet them please contact the branch as they are currently in foster care.
All animals here have found loving new homes thanks to our dedicated, hard working volunteers, the donations from the generous public and of course the thousands of people who have adopted an animal. On behalf of all the animals in loving forever homes, thank you!
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