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Can you rehome any of these pets?

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We have a selection of pets looking for new loving homes this week.

Betsy (12005)

Betsy is a beautiful, friendly girl who is looking for a quiet loving home to call her own. She loves a bit of fuss and attention. Her favourite thing is to be scratched behind her ears so she would like her new owner to do this on a regular basis!

Brook (11478)

Brook is a lovely, gentle and affectionate girl. She is looking for a home where she can get lots of love and attention. She would like to be the only pet in the home and we think she will be best with children aged 11 and above.

Ferrets – Robin, Angela and Sweep (7965)

Robin, Angela and Sweep are great friends looking for a new home. They are full of fun and will need plenty of space to run around. This adorable, active trio enjoy a cuddle, playing together and being taken for walks on their harnesses.

Rabbits – Parsley and Ruby (9142)

Parsley is looking for a home with his girlfriend Ruby! They are a playful, inquisitive pair and enjoy hopping through their tunnels and nibbling on pots of herbs. They are looking for their forever home with older teenagers or adults.

If you can help any of the above animals, please contact Wood Green on www.woodgreen.org.uk or call 0844 248 8181.

Georgia

Georgia, three. has a very loving & cheeky nature, she is full of life and likes to be involved in everything that is going on. She is very playful, but can get a bit over excited so we are advising no children under the age of 5 years.

Autumn

Autumn is a lovely fluffy girl, aged 18 months, who is learning what it is to be loved and get affection from people. One of her favourite games is playing with your feet under the duvet. Don’t let her sometimes grumpy face fool you...she really is a pussy cat at heart!

In her new home people will need to be patient with Autumn and let her bond with them at her own pace and approach them for attention when she feels ready.

Mavis

Mavis, just 9 months old, loves to play and enjoys nothing more than playing with her vast array of toys. Although affectionate, Mavis is not currently interested in sitting on your lap, although she is happy to be around you. Mavis can be re-homed by herself, or she is currently living with Harley, who she could be homed as a pair with.

Mavis is neutered, micro-chipped and fully vaccinated.

Harley, 17 months old, is a typically boisterous young boy who loves to play and run and get himself into anything and everything that he can. Harley can be a bit shy when he first meets new people, but this is soon pushed out by his eagerness to play. Harley can be re-homed by himself, or he is currently living with Mavis, who he could be homed as a pair with.

If you could offer any of these, or another a cat, a good home call the Bedford Cats Protection on 08442 496911 or visit www.bedford.cats.org.uk

 

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