7 RSPCA Essex animals looking for new homes

Here is a selection of animals from RSPCA branches in Essex who are looking for forever homes.

If you think you would be able to relocate one of them, go to either the Essex South, Southend & District branch or the South West branch website for details.

You can also donate to charities to help them continue their rescue work on the same websites.

Felix

Felix (RSPCA)

Age – 2 years (approx.)

Breed – Domestic Shorthair Crossbreed

Color – Black and White

Felix arrived for treatment after wandering around for a week, injured and eluding capture. Eventually volunteers caught him and took him to our vets only to find he had a broken jaw and a very wobbly front leg.

Relix underwent surgery to wire his jaw and X-rays on his leg. After a few setbacks and having to rewire his jaw, he left to recover in foster care.
Félix flourished under his adoptive wing and is a real charmer

If you would like to adopt Félix, you can consult his complete profile here.

Pink

Echo: Rosa (RSPCA)Rosa (RSPCA)

Age – 3 years (approx)

Breed – Domestic Shorthair Crossbreed

Black color

Rosa is a beautiful 3 year old cat with semi-long hair who is looking for a very special owner.

Rosa was brought in by a member of the public after living as a wanderer for some time. She was described as a very friendly girl by the people who had fed her, but since being at the cattery she has become withdrawn and scared. We believe this is purely situational and in the right home with a little love she would make a wonderful companion.

Because of her nervousness, she will need owners who are willing to put in the time and effort to build trust with each other.

If you’re interested in adopting Rosa, you can view her full profile here.

Zuki and Mowgli

Echo: Zaluki and Mowgli (RSPCA)Zaluki and Mowgli (RSPCA)

Gender – Male (Zuki) and Female (Mowgli)

Age – 10 years old (Zuki) and six years old (Mowgli)

Breed – Saluki

Color – Tan

Zuki and Mowgli are a lovely pair of Salukis who came to the RSPCA through no fault of their own after their previous owner could no longer look after them.

Having been best friends and living together for six years, the couple are now very close and would ideally like to find a home together. They get along with other dogs so could potentially live with a resident dog while waiting for introductions.

Walks are a joy with this pair, especially if they have access to quieter natural areas. Mowgli can find busy roads and traffic a bit disturbing, but he likes to sniff around and explore nature.

If you’re interested in adopting Zuki and Mowgli, you can check out their full profile here.

Nancy

Echo: Nancy (RSPCA)Nancy (RSPCA)

Gender – Female

Age – Three years

Breed – Dogue de Bordeaux crossbreed

Color – Tan

Nancy is a friendly and playful young dog from Bordeaux who came to the RSPCA as an unclaimed stray.

She loves meeting new people, playing with toys and going for walks.

Nancy is incredibly food-motivated and would therefore benefit from additional training based on positive rewards.

She could live with high school age children and potentially another dog as she generally gets along well with other people.

If you are interested in adopting Nancy, you can view her full profile here.

Hawthorne

Echo: Hawthorne (RSPCA)Hawthorne (RSPCA)

Male gender

Age – One year (approx.)

Breed – Domestic Shorthair Crossbreed

Black color

Hawthorne was brought to the RSPCA after being found alive as a stray animal. For at least part of his young life, he had to fend for himself living outside in harsh conditions.

He is naturally shy and will need a patient owner who is able to give him the time and space he needs to settle into his new life.

Hawthorne is expected to be the only cat in the house and could live with high school students.

If you’re interested in adopting Hawthorne, you can check out her full profile here.

Raspberry

Echo: Raspberry (RSPCA)Raspberry (RSPCA)

Male gender

Age – Between six and 12 months

Breed – Domestic Shorthair Crossbreed

Color – Black and White

Raspberry was taken into the care of the RSPCA after being found with an injured leg, but after receiving treatment he has made a remarkable recovery and is ready to find his forever home.

He is quite nervous when meeting new people, but over time he should be able to become more comfortable.

If you’re interested in adopting Raspberry, you can check out their full profile here.

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