12 stray of Christmas - can you help a pet in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes and North Bucks RSPCA would like to introduce you to some of the lovely cats and rabbits currently looking for homes.
The RSPCA, said: “We have had a great year and have homed 900 cats so far this year but we still have over 100 with us looking for homes.
“If you would like more information on any of the cats and rabbit featured please call us.”
A donation of £60 per cat is required.
A home check may be required if you do request to adopt a pet.
If you have pet food to donate, call the RSPCA where they will advise you where it can be dropped off.
The number to be contacted is: 01908 611 179.
> Tommy, 8, tabby.
Tommy is very affectionate, laid back and good with pets.
> Angel, 2, black and white.
Angel is definitely a lap cat and good with other pets.
>Beetroot, 4, black and white.
Beetroot is constantly overlooked as he is shy and hangs back.
He is good with other cats and really comes out of himself when given one-on-one attention.
> Callie, 3, tortoise shell.
Callie would be best in a home with no young children.
> Florence, 1, tortoise shell.
Florence is an absolute sweetheart but it may take a little time to settle.
She is lonely so is not to be left alone for too long.
> Joshua and Jimmy, 2, tabby.
These brothers are absolutely adorable, well mannered, would suit any home
> Laurie - 8 months old, black and white.
Laurie is very happy and friendly and would suit any home.
> Lennon, 1, tabby.
Lennon is very shy and timid. He is used to other cats but needs some love.
> Sooty, 3, black and white.
Sooty is generally a happy chap. A home without young children would be best.
> Tut tut and Bandit, 1, black and white and black, white and tan.
Both lovely cats but need a home where they can remain together.
> Pearl, age unknown, black.
Pearl the rabbit is a stray who simply needs a loving home.