Obi is a young 3 year old whippet, who has come to the branch to find a caring new home due to a sudden change in his family’s circumstances.
He is currently in foster care where he is proving to be a very polite and well trained house guest. Obi is living with another dog in his foster home and his previous family have said that he has lived with a cat and young children, but can be afraid of other dogs. Obi likes people of all ages but is a little shy at first, which is typical of his breed.
We are looking for a forever new family for Obi, one with sensible children over 7 years of age or an adult only home, where he will be loved and cared for.
Please contact the branch if you would like to arrange to meet Obi with a view to adopting this delightful little dog.
Little Victor is a 6 month old kitten who was left in a box with his brother and sister at a local supermarket. He is looking for a loving family who will offer him a forever new home.
Despite his ordeal Victor is a very friendly and loving little boy.
If you would like to meet him with a view to adoption please visit him at Bowler’s cattery
Jack and Isobel are two 6 month old kittens who were left in a sealed box outside a supermarket. They have come to the Stockport branch to find a caring new family who will offer them lots of love and a warm home to while away the winter.
The are very friendly kittens despite their ordeal and can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery.
Gertrude came to the branch to find a caring new home from the RSPCA’s Animal Hospital. She is a lovely, friendly, 2 year old cat who has found herself on hard times.
If you could offer her a warm fireside and a comfy bed she’d love to meet you.
Gertrude can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
Dudley is a very handsome four and half year old Patterdale terrier, who is house trained, good with other dogs and excellent with people.
He was adopted from the branch as a half grown older puppy 4 years ago and is being returned to the branch to find a caring new family because his owners have had a baby who is now at the crawling and soon be toddling stage. He is a food snatcher and quite aggressive if his food prize is taken off him. Despite working with a behaviourist his family have never been able to prevent this trait and, as a result, they are worried that he could hurt their little one by jumping up and grabbing whatever is in their hand.
Dudley is looking for an adult only family or one with children of secondary school age and above.
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Timmy is a lovely, small terrier cross of about 2 years of age. He is a little timid at first but once you have gained his trust he is the most affectionate little dog. He has come on in leaps and bounds and is gaining in confidence day by day.
Timmy does still need training on being introduced to other dogs, he gets quite vocal so he needs someone who is prepared to deal with his issues and who is not phased by them. He needs to go for nice long walks as he has loads of energy which is a typical terrier. We will not rehome him with young children as dogs barking at other dogs can upset young children
He will need someone at home with him for most of the time initially until he learns it’s okay to be left for a short time.
He came into branch care via one of our RSPCA Inspectors along with his mother and sister.
Pip is a 10 month old Parson Jack Russell. This young man lived with an older lady and because of her ill health we were asked to find Pip a new home.
Pip can be a lovely young man but he is also a live wire, he needs a very active family who is prepared to walk him for many miles.
We will not rehome Pip with young children because he is still a pup and does get extremely excited, he needs a family who understand Jack Russells.
Shadow is a 15 week old female Malamute crossbreed. Shadow is currently in a foster home where she lives with another dog and is enjoying running round with it.
She already knows a few commands and is learning to walk on her lead. She mainly goes outside to go to the toilet but sometimes does forget but she is still only a puppy and needs an owner who understands her breed as they can be stubborn.
Shadow is very loving and enjoys nothing more than going to sleep near you. We will not rehome her with young children under 8 years of age due to the fact that Shadow has sharp little claws which could easily hurt a child and she will grow up to be a medium sized dog at least so she could knock a little one over.
It’s important that any family who would like to adopt Shadow are aware that although she is super cute and will grow into a lovely dog she, like most puppies, will be hard work and need commitment from her family to attend training classes as soon as possible. Malamutes have been bred to think for themselves as working dogs and can be quite challenging if their family aren’t prepared to keep up their training even as they grow into adults.
To make an appointment to meet Shadow with a view to adoption please send an email or leave a message or text at 07954122481 with your contact number and email address so that we can send you our perfect match form. Or, you can download it here
Find out more about our adoption policies here and caring for a puppy
Dolly is an 18month old Jack Russell who has come into our care due to her owners illness, where unfortunately she has spent ten months in kennels. We are looking for a home for Dolly where someone understands that she has not had a puppy hood yet so is still very much a puppy. She will need to learn from the beginning but Dolly is very loving and will do anything for a biscuit. We would not rehome Dolly with young children
Ronni is a 2-3 year old Jack Russell. Due to his owners ill health Ronni has spent ten months in kennels so is now ready for an exciting new life where he can enjoy a few creature comforts. He knows a few commands and is a very loving dog who just wants to please
Introducing Fleur, our beautiful, little collie crossbreed, whose previous owner found that her older dog couldn’t cope with her exuberant play. Fleur who is only 16 weeks old has had at least 3 different homes (4 if you count her current foster placement). Fleur currently lives another dog which we feel has been good for her. So we are looking for a home where the family has another Lurcher type dog for Fleur to carry on learning off.
Collies are extremely clever and need plenty of things to occupy their minds as well as their bodies while they are growing and this has to continue even when they are grown up. She will need plenty of training, and needs a home with experienced owners. If you think you have a sofa big enough for Fleur and your own four legged friend and could give Fleur the forever home she deserves, find out more here
If you would like to meet Fleur please be sure to contact the branch by text or leave a message on our answer phone 07954122481 or better still send an email and we will be pleased to send you one of our perfect match forms.
Jasper who is about 9 to 10 weeks of age, came to the branch to find a loving family who will adopt him and give him a much deserved forever home.
He is a lovely playful kitten who is currently in a foster home and if you are interested in meeting him with a view to adoption please leave a message on our answer phone 07954122481 or send an email including your contact phone number.
Salt and Pepper are a blue and black female pair that are 2 years old. They have been part of a cruelty case and have spent a lot of time in boarding simply due to delays in the hearing in the magistrates’ court and as a result are nervous when they first meet you.
Given time to come around they will give lots of love and affection to the family who are lucky enough to adopt these shy but beautiful girls who have been through such a lot in their short lives.
They can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
Bruce is an adult cat who is with the Stockport branch. As as you can see Bruce has wonky ears but this doesn’t stop him or hearing you coming with his food.
He was extremely nervous when he first arrived at the cattery but thanks to the caring staff who look after the RSPCA cats in their care Bruce is now a really friendly boy.
He can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Chester is a 3 year old, male, tabby and white adult cat who has come to Stockport branch from our greater Manchester animal branch after being signed over to our Inspectors. He is very friendly and loves to see what is going on and often seems to want to help.
Chester is being cared for at Bowler’s Cattery
Skye, who is a terrier cross of about 2 years of age, came to the branch to find a loving new family to call her own.
Skye is a little shy until she gets to know you but once she does she a a lovely, cuddly, little dog. So, if you are interested in meeting little Skye please leave a voicemail or an email and we will send you our perfect match from to ensure a successful adoption.
She is hoping that someone will fall in love with her and offer her a forever home and family of her very own.
Maggie is a lovely, petite, crossbreed terrier of approximately 3 years of age. She came into branch care from an RSPCA inspector to find a caring new family.
She is a little shy when she first meets new people but soon becomes a very affectionate little girl.
We are looking for a friend for Maggie who will give her time to adjust and blossom into a confident little girl.
Arya is an 8 month old husky x malamute who is in the care of RSPCA Bury and Oldham Branch. She arrived with her sister as underweight and un-socialised youngsters, but Bury and Oldham’s staff have been working on this, getting them used to new smells, sights and noises on walks around the reservoir.
They say that:
“Arya was the more malnourished and nervous sister but after a few treats she will become your best friend, she loves going on long walks although can get spooked by cyclists and runners as it’s something she had never experienced before.
She is a playful and high energy girl as she is still a pup but this characteristic is likely to follow her into adulthood too. Bury and Oldham branch are looking for an owner with experience of the breed as they are an energetic and intelligent breed that need physical as well as mental stimulation. They can be strong-minded but she is very trainable to due her love of food and her willingness to work for treats. Arya can be vocal but this is common in the breed.
She does have some problems with her hips so potential adopters need to be aware she could require treatment later in life, she will also need to come back to the centre on a monthly basis to be weighed to ensure she is gaining an appropriate amount.
Arya could possibly live with another dog but will need a home without any cats and children will need to be of secondary school age and older.”
If you would like to meet Arya she can be seen at Bury and Oldham’s Strinesdale Centre, Holgate Street, Oldham, OL4 2JW. They are open 7 days each week between 11 and 4pm. You will need to book an appointment to meet Arya. Tel: 0300 1111 333 or email: [email protected] or [email protected]
This little black and white kitty is only just 1 year old but has raised her 4 little boys brilliantly despite her injured leg.
She is still undergoing a course of antibiotics but will be ready to join her new family next week. Her sons are now fully weaned and also looking for new homes, but if you are out at work for several hours this little girl will be happy to just laze around until you come home.
Mum cat is looking forward to playing and enjoying life as she has missed out on her kittenhood whilst trying to survive on the streets.
If you could offer her caring new home she really deserves she can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
We have a litter of black and white Domestic Short Haired kittens who are 8 weeks of age and will be ready to go to their new homes soon and can be reserved now.
They have come to the branch from the animal hospital with their mum having been taken there by one of our inspectors.
Please see our Adoption information
They can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery