Doncaster RSPCA is looking for forever homes for some of its long-term residents

The branch cares for over 1,000 animals a year, ranging from dogs, cats, puppies and kittens to birds, wildlife and rabbits.

The goal is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome every animal in their care. That being said, some animals are in their care longer than others.

New marketing and media director Danielle Poulston said there are a number of current long-stay residents who are ready and waiting for their forever families.

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Erica and Elie

She adds, “Mable and Maple are currently our longest residents. This is a pair of young sister rabbits who have been in our care for over seven months, having been found stray at a young age.

“They spent the vast majority of their lives with us and unfortunately never enjoyed a loving family home.

“Like most other bunnies, they love their fresh vegetables and will make a great addition to any home.

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“As they are bonded to each other, they will need to find a home that is happy to accept them both.”

She continued: “Our longest feline residents are Elijah and Erica, this bonded couple started their cattery journey quite shy but since settling in and befriending the staff , they are now a super loving couple and love to make a fuss.

“Since they have been in our care, they are starting to show themselves more. They are looking for the perfect home where they can develop their personality even more.

“Elijah and Erica would be best suited to a family with no other pets or children over 12.

Mable and Maple

“Stella is our longest canine stay. She is only 11 months old and has been with us for almost four months now.

“Stella is a lovely girl and could live with kids over 12. She should be the only dog ​​in the house at the moment.

“Due to a leg injury early in her life, Stella requires physiotherapy treatment and would need a family who understands that she may need additional care in the future.”

She concluded: “Whether you’re looking for a dynamic duo or a single companion, we currently have a wide variety of animals available for adoption – from dogs and cats to rabbits and piglets. India.

If you are interested in adopting an animal, please follow the process that is explained on the website.

There are many ways to help the RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch in its mission to repatriate and rehabilitate animals, including volunteering, donating cash or property, leaving a legacy and sponsoring through our Safe Haven program and by participating in events.

There are also charity shops in Bawtry, Rossington and Thorne, as well as eBay and Depop.

At the animal centre, the RSPCA rehabilitates and rehoms the animals in its care and has an on-site pet supply store for all your needs.

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