Suffolk: Save animals in search of homes in East Anglia

Published:
08:00 26 June 2022



From confident people to those in need of a caring and patient home environment, these rescue animals are looking for their forever home.

Dogs, cats and even ferrets have been introduced to the RSPCA Ipswich and East Suffolk team, which is now seeking forever homes for its furry residents.

Dogs

Leti

Letti was taken into the care of the RSPCA after a fight broke out between her and two other dogs at her former home.


Letti is looking for her forever home
– Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

She suffered multiple puncture wounds and had to have stitches on the right side of her face and neck, but luckily she is now fully healed.

Described by shelter staff as a “lovely girl”, Letti enjoys her food, her toys and her company. However, she finds the kennel environment quite stressful and has begun to exhibit unwanted behaviors such as riding and clogging the leash, which are carefully managed.

Letti has shown apprehensive behaviors towards men that will also require further confidence building at home.

Raising: Staffordshire Bull Terrier X

Genre: Female

Cut: Medium

Living with other animals: Cannot live with another dog and cannot live with a cat

Family situation: Adult household only

Experience required: Experienced host required

Rico

Rico ended up in RSPCA custody due to his behavioral needs.


Rico the French Bulldog is looking for his forever home

Rico the French Bulldog is looking for his forever home
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He is looking for a women-only, adult-only home with no other dogs. A home with a cat might be fine for him, as long as his adopters agree to follow the introduction guidelines provided by the center, to ensure that the welfare of Rico and the cat is not compromised.

Rico enjoys spending time with his owner, but has also been shown to be independent and sometimes likes his own space.

Being a French Bulldog, Rico currently has some minor breed-related health issues.

Rico has displayed some undesirable behaviors in the home environment, which will need to be managed by the adopter with appropriate reward-based training.

Raising: french bulldog

Genre: Man

Cut: Little

Living with other animals: Cannot live with another dog and cannot live with a cat

Family situation: Adult household only

Experience required: Experience can be beneficial but not essential

Cody

Cody or “Curious Cody” as the branch staff members call him is still looking for his forever home.

He was transferred to the branch of another RSPCA center for behavioral reasons.


Cody is still looking for his forever home in Suffolk

Cody is still looking for his forever home
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He is looking for experienced adopters who would like to continue his reward-based continuing education.

Cody would be best suited to a quiet, sparsely populated area where there are fewer passing vehicles, people and dogs.

Raising: Poodle Crossbreed

Genre: Man

Cut: Little

Living with other animals: Cannot live with another dog, cannot live with a cat, and cannot live with small animals

Family situation: Adult household only

Experience required: Experienced host required

Cats

Orca, Panda and Puffin

These three kittens were brought to the RSCPA after being found stray with their mother.

The kittens found growing up in the cattery environment stressful and worrying, so they didn’t have the best of starts.


Could you give Orca, Panda and Puffin their forever home?

Could you give Orca, Panda and Puffin their forever home?
– Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

This group of siblings are looking for new owners who are patient and understanding when they start out and will give them the time they need to grow into well-adjusted cats.

Raising: Domestic Shorthair

Genre: Man Woman

Age: Kitten

Living with other animals: Can live with one dog and can live with another cat

Family situation: Can live with children according to his meeting

Rasquette

Rasquette was entrusted to the shelter after a change of situation for her former owner.


Rasquette is looking for his forever home

Rasquette is looking for his forever home
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She has been described as a “shy, shy soul” who is looking for a patient and understanding home that will give her the time she needs to regain her confidence.

Raising: Domestic Shorthair

Genre: Female

Age: Adult

Living with other animals: Cannot live with a dog and cannot live with another cat

Family situation: Can live with older children (8+)

Ferrets

Poppy and Dennis

Dennis and Poppy came to have been cared for separately but have since become best friends according to center staff.


Poppy and Dennis are looking for their forever home as a couple

Poppy and Dennis are looking for their forever home as a couple
– Credit: Suffolk East and Ipswich branch

Described as “full of beans”, the couple love to play, hunt and hang out together.

Poppy is very confident around people and enjoys being around them, and she teaches Dennis that humans can be fun too.

Gender: Male and female

More information on all listed animals can be found on the RSPCA website.

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