HELP us find forever homes for these animals who are all waiting patiently at RSPCA’s Newport Animal Centre.
Dogs at the centre include Peppa, Bruno and Barcley who all deserve a loving home to call their own.
The centre also has cats Tim and Faith along with rabbits Georgie and Roma – along with many others that are in need of a forever home.
Centre manager Debbie Caffull said: “We would love nothing more to see these animals find their home. Many of them have been at the centre for far too long and desperately need homes.
“The animals would make loving pets and we invite anyone to come along and meet them at the centre.”
Anyone interested in rehoming these animals can contact Newport Animal Centre on 0300 123 0744 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The centre, based at Hartridge Farm Road, is open 11.30am to 4pm every day, except Thursdays.
Services the centre offers include animal adoption, dog training, microchipping, pet merchandise and pet welfare advice.
You can find out more about the RSPCA’s Newport Animal Centre and view some of the animals that need rehoming at http://www.rspca.org.uk/local/newport-animal-centre/
If you would like to help the RSPCA, you can give £3 now by texting HELP to 78866 (text costs £3 + one standard network rate message). We are a charity and rely on public donations to exist.
Peppa is a beautiful girl with bags of energy so is looking for an active home. She is aged around two and has a wonderful nature and loves being around people so will need an owner at home most of the day. She loves to exercise running off lead chasing her toys but will need further training walking on the lead. We would advise new owners to attend training classes for obedience and basic commands as this will help keep her focused and mentally stimulated. Peppa will need a home without cats but could live with secondary school aged children. Peppa could live with a neutered male dog of a similar personality and that is high energy.
When Barcley came into the he was wary of the outside world and really found it a worry, but with some TLC from staff at the centre he soon turned around and realised that being out and about can be lots of fun. Barcley (aged around eight years) loves having a fuss at the centre and really enjoys his human company. He is also a very intelligent boy, he knows all his basic commands and has even learnt clicker training since being with us. Barcley could live with sensible secondary school age children and will require multiple visits. He did previously live with another dog so could possibly live with a spayed female. If you think you could offer this truly amazing boy the loving home he so deserves please don’t hesitate to contact the centre.
Bruno is one handsome boy but didn’t really have the best start to life through no fault of his own. He is a wonderfully friendly boy. Bruno has a playful nature and loves chasing his toys and retrieving them down our paddock. He is also fond of a cuddle and groom and gives you a big smile of approval. Bruno knows his basic commands and is currently continuing his training around other dogs. He has progressed in his training and has made a friend or two but his socialising will need to be kept up at home. Bruno is best suited to being the only pet in the household, but due to his friendly nature could live with sensible secondary school aged children.
Tim is a timid boy and will require an experienced owner to help settle him into his new home. He came into us from a multi cat household which has not helped with his social skills. Tim could live with no more than one other cat and no dogs. He will also require an adult household as children would be too much for him at present. Please don’t overlook our Tim just because he is timid, in time we hope he will settle and become a much loved pet.
Faith came into us a very scared little cat. Over time she has settled into cattery life but it is time to give this girl the chance of a home. Faith would prefer to be an outdoor cat as since coming into us she has spent most of her time in the outside part of her pen. We are looking for an owner possibly with experience of cats that are very scared or not used to being handled. Although Faith will not run away from us when we sit in with her she still will not allow us to touch her.
Georgie is a charming, friendly rabbit, who enjoys meeting people and being smoothed. Georgie will accept being groomed and in her own time will take food from your hand. Georgie’s personality will start to shine once she gets to know you and she could potentially live with a neutered male rabbit and a family that has children who are supervised.
Roma is a beautiful girl who is looking for her forever home as an only bunny. When she first came in to us she was timid, day by day however staff are gaining this lovely girl’s trust. Roma will need an owner who will help her settle into her new home. She could live with young children as long as they are supervised by an adult when handling her. Would you be able to offer Roma her forever home?