Animals in need of relocation at RSPCA Suffolk branches

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4:30 p.m. 5 December 2021



From the most confident to those in need of a caring and patient family environment, these rescue animals are in search of their forever homes.

Dogs, rabbits, cats, ferrets and more have been brought into the Ipswich and East Suffolk RSPCA team who have shared the loving personalities of some of the current furry occupants.

From playful Aurora to super likeable Sprocket, the branch is determined to find a new home for these loving animals.

Cody

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

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


Cody is still looking for his forever home
– Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

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

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

Raise: Poodle cross

Kind: Man

Cut: Small

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

Family situation: Adult house only

Experience required: Experienced house required

Pinion

Sprocket was turned over to the RSPCA after the death of its former owner.

She is described as “super nice” and is well known for being the loudest cat the center has ever cared for.


Sprocket has been described as super nice

Sprocket has been described as super nice
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Sadly, blood tests showed Sprocket to have hyperthyroidism, so she is currently on medication to help it, which she is more than happy to have in her meals.

The branch says it will help fund the drug.

Raise: Domestic short haired

Kind: Female

Age: Senior

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

Family situation: Can live with older children (8 years and older)

Kiki

Kiki is a confident cat who was brought to the center due to a change of circumstances for his former owner.

The domestic shorthair cat can be entertained and enjoys a bit of the fuss on their terms, but have no trouble letting you know when they’ve had enough with a warning pinch.


Could you give Kiki her home forever?

Could you give Kiki her home forever?
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She is looking for a home where she is the only animal as she has no experience of living with other animals.

Raise: Domestic short haired

Kind: Female

Age: Adult

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

Family situation: Can live with adolescents (13 years and over)

Hector

Hector was transferred to the RSPCA after his former owner could no longer care for him.

He has been described as “of a gentle nature” and a “very sensitive soul” and seeks a calm and tranquil environment to move in.


Hector of gentle nature is looking for a calm and peaceful home

Hector of gentle nature is looking for a calm and peaceful home
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Hector loves having his chin rubbed and loves to sit on a soft blanket watching the world go by.

Raise: Domestic short haired

Kind: Man

Age: Senior

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

Family situation: Can live with adolescents (13 years and over)

Thelma and Louise

The couple were placed in the care of the branch after being removed from a property after an inspection.

Due to a lack of socialization, the two are very nervous with people and seek to move into a quiet house, with understanding owners who can slowly gain their trust.


Best friends Thelma and Louise seek rehousing together

Best friends Thelma and Louise seek rehousing together
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Branch staff have described the couple as the “absolute best friend” and will therefore have to travel to their new home together.

Kind: Female

Age: 1 year

Raise: Dutch cross

Iris and Bronagh

The two rabbits were also placed in the care of the RSPCA after being removed from a property by an inspector.

Due to a bad start in life, they can be a little nervous around people.


Could you give these rabbits a home forever?

Could you give these rabbits a home forever?
– Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

Iris and Bronagh are a happy couple and will therefore have to leave together in their new home forever.

Kind: Female

Age: Iris – 3 years / Bronagh – 2 years

Raise: Rex

Midge, Dinky and Piccolo

This “terrific trio” was placed in the care of the branch after being removed from a house with several animals.

They have all made giant strides since arriving at the shelter and will be happy to take lots of treats from your hands.


Could you face this formidable trio?

Could you face this formidable trio?
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They have recently become much more comfortable being held and handled since coming into our care and will make such lovely additions to the right family.

Kind: Female

Species: Mouse

Arnold and Aurore

Arnold and Aurora were recently married and are now in search of their forever home.

Arnold is the couple’s laziest ferret, and Aurora always does a lot of nonsense.


Arnold and Aurora come in pairs, so could you both take them?

Arnold and Aurora come in pairs, so could you both take them?
– Credit: Ipswich and East Suffolk branch

They are both very well handled and love to be around their human friends.

Aurora isn’t too much of a fan of female ferrets, so the pair couldn’t live with other female ferrets.

Kind: Man Woman


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