RSPCA dogs, cats and rabbits currently need a loving home in Lancashire
Each year, the RSPCA animal charity welcomes thousands of lost, abandoned or poorly cared for animals.
Many of these animals have become shy and scared by the experiences they have had, but all it takes is a living home to feed them and make them happy and bounce back again.
The RSPCA is temporarily caring for these needy animals, but they all need someone to take them to their permanent homes.
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Here are some of the cats, dogs and rabbits who are currently in search of their forever homes.
Three-year-old Sapphire is in need of new accommodation after being taken in by the Poulton-le-Fylde center when her former owner was no longer able to care for her.
The RSPCA said, “She is a friendly and excitable girl who enjoys being the center of attention. She can be heard to other dogs and people so her new owner will need to continue training and socializing. any further.
“Sapphire is good with dogs but can get very horny so given her size this is not always well received by the other dog! However, we believe she could live with a calm and tolerant dog but several meetings at the animal center will be compulsory.
“Sapphire has a thick double coat which will require regular grooming and maintenance to prevent tangling. Adopters should have extensive dog experience, preferably with Tibetan mastiffs, and have a good understanding of the characteristics of the dog. race.”
For more details on Sapphire the Tibetan Mastiff you can check here.
Chico, 3, is a black and white mixed race who is also being treated at the Poulton-Le-Fylde center after his former owner was unable to provide him with the care he needed.
The RSPCA described Chico as: âA nice boy with a pretty laid back nature. He walks well on a leash and especially enjoys spending time off leash in the paddocks where he loves to zoom!
“We don’t think Chico has had a lot of interactions with other dogs as he can appear uncertain and not totally comfortable around them, so we think he will be better suited to a home where he is the only one. Pet He can be a bit cranky when his paws touched and his nails cut, so his new adopters should be aware of this.
“Chico is looking for an active home with someone who has dog experience, preferably with Lurchers, and who will help him adjust to life in a new home.”
You can read more about Chico here.
Seven-year-old Niko is a currently cared for Mastiff in Poulton-Le-Fylde who is now looking for his forever home.
The RSPCA said: âNiko is a very friendly and confident woman looking for a calm home. She gets along well with other dogs and could therefore be relocated with a subsequent meeting at the center. She enjoys a good hug, lots of belly rubs and rolling in the grass.
“She once lived in a kennel in the backyard, so living in a house might seem a bit strange to her, but we think she will easily adapt to living indoors as she enjoys the comfort of doing the homework. nap on his duvet.
“She is extremely strong on a leash and needs extra walking aids so she would be looking for a home with someone who has experience with large dogs, who would be able to handle her when of walks.
âDue to its sometimes excitable nature, we believe it would be suitable for a household with older children. Niko has permanent skin problems, which should be monitored and treated if necessary with diet and medicated baths – this can be discussed with the staff when you meet her. “
You can get more details about Niko here.
Morticia is a two year old cat who is currently kept in the Preston branch where she is the mother of three kittens.
The RSPCA said, âGiving Morticia time and patience is the way to earn a place in her heart. She is a very sweet cat once you bond with her, but it will take time, she. will need her own room with consistency where she can predict times of interaction with humans.
“Morticia certainly showed more confidence at home than at the cattery.
âMorticia will need a quiet home, in an adult-only environment without any other pets. Unfortunately, even though Morticia came from a multi-cat household, you might think she could live with another cat, in due to the feline flu symptoms that suffered both mom and kittens, she could not live with another cat. “
If you want to learn more about Morticia, you can visit the website here.
Three-year-old Bobby is looking for a very specific forever home to take care of after being taken in by the Poulton-Le-Fylde team.
The RSPCA said: âMeet Bobby who is a special cat in need of a very special home. He was brought into our care due to concerns for his welfare. He was part of a multi-cat household but mainly lived in outdoors, so Bobby is extremely nervous and uncertain when around people.
“Despite all the efforts of the cattery teams to spend time rehabilitating and socializing with him, Bobby made it clear that he was still not very impressed with humans and much preferred his own space. .
âHe is looking to be greeted as an outdoor cat again with owners who have a suitable secure space to keep him confined for the first few weeks before he is allowed out.
“He had blood tests, sterilized, vaccinated, microchipped and received initial treatment for fleas and worms, so his new owners would then be responsible for overseeing his care and making sure he was in good health. A rural location will be perfect for Bobby so please contact us if you can afford him a home. “
To learn more about Bobby, click here.
Mason is a 3-6 month old rabbit who needs a new home forever after he has become overcrowded with an unexpected large litter. He is currently being cared for in the Poulton-Le-Fylde branch.
The RSPCA said, “Mason was brought into our care with his siblings after they had an accidental litter resulting in too many rabbits in the house. He’s a shy bunny who often stays in the background. and watch first before coming in. We have noticed, however, that his confidence is growing so we hope that will continue in his new home.
âHe enjoys being groomed and is food-oriented which is a great way to bond with him. He’s looking for a female rabbit who will give him the much-needed company in his new home.
“For more information on proper accommodation for rabbits and what is required in terms of space, please contact the animal center.”
Here is some more information about Mason.
Jonas, 3-6 months old, is a black rabbit who is also looking for his forever home after the litter gets too big for his previous home.
The RSPCA said, “He’s a confident, outgoing bunny who loves to run around and explore his surroundings. He can panic when picked up, so he’s much happier when his four paws are on the ground.
“He enjoys his food and will often approach you to take treats straight from your hand. He is looking for a female rabbit who will give him the much-needed company in his new home.”
If you want more information about Jonas, you can find it here.
One-year-old Biscuit is a gray and tan crossbred rabbit who was turned over to the Poulton-Le-Fylde branch after his former owner was no longer able to give him the care he needed.
The RSCA said: âThey are an inquisitive bunny who will often approach you to see what you are doing, but they lack self-confidence when picked up, much preferring to keep all fours on the ground. lunchtime and is always anxious to get his daily vegetables that he can take care of.
“Biscuit has a fairly dense, wool-like coat, so it is essential that he is groomed regularly to avoid becoming matted. He is looking for a bunny who will give him the much-needed company in his new home.”
You can get more details about Biscuit here.
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