You can find more information about how to go about adopting one of these animals during the Covid-19 pandemic on the RSPCA website. Remember, a pet is for life - not just lockdown.
Princess is three years old, and she is an unknown crossbreed. Once she gets to know you, Princess is a very cuddly girl - especially if you have treats. She loves a bit of fuss and attention. She would prefer an adult only household, and also to be the only dog in the home. She’d also prefer not to live with cats. She is being cared for at the RSPCA Stubbington Ark branch.
2. Little Lady
Little Lady is a five year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier crossbreed. She is an affectionate and fun loving dog, although she can be a bit sensitive to sounds. She would need a home in a quiet location. She knows lots of commands already, like sit, and loves toys and games. She would need an adult only household, no cats and no other dogs. She is being cared for at the RSPCA Mount Noddy Animal Centre.
Marine is a five year old Domestic Shorthair crossbreed. Since coming into the care of the RSPCA, Marnie has come out of her shell and shown what a loving cat she can really be - but she’s still pretty shy. Once she gets to know you, she does enjoy some gentle fussing, and will purr away. She can live with teenage kids, and would need to be the only pet. She is being cared for at the RSPCA Stubbington Ark branch.
Jess is a four year old Domestic Shorthair crossbreed. She has been with the RSPCA for about six weeks, and is ready to find her forever home. Ideally, she’s looking for a nice, quiet and calm home to settle into. She is very affectionate, but also requires her own alone time. She would prefer to be the only pet in the house, and live with adults only. She is being cared for at the RSPCA Stubbington Ark branch.