Lots of animals are looking to be adopted from the RSPCA's Stubbington Ark including ferrets, pigs and cockerels

PLENTY of animals at The Stubbington Ark RSPCA centre are looking for homes, including some slightly different pets like ferrets and pigs.

Friday, 17th January 2020, 3:50 pm
Updated Sunday, 19th January 2020, 11:44 am
Elsa is a single female for rehoming and if you have a rabbit that you would like to find a friend the Ark can help you with bonding them

Here is a selection of residents at the centre who need loving homes. For more information about any of these animals, visit stubbingtonark.org.uk.

Betty is a Kune Kune pig and if you have a farm or small holding and have a Defra Licence then she can be homed together with the two other pigs or separately
One-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier crossbreed Wotsit has not had the best start in life and is looking for an adult-only home with a regular routine. He needs a committed new owner who will bring out his potential as a loving and very intelligent dog

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Stubbington Ark has five budgies looking for a home with an established aviary. They do not have to be homed together
There are several ferrets available for adoption and these include a pair called Gavin and Stacey who need to be rehomed together
Jessica, five, is a black cat who has been at the Ark for three months now and staff say she has an enormous amount of love and affection to give
Elsa is a single female for rehoming and if you have a rabbit that you would like to find a friend the Ark can help you with bonding them
Mr Chin is the friendliest Chinchilla you can imagine up for homing from the Stubbington Ark
Myrtle is a single female rabbit up for adoption from the Stubbington Ark
John and Russell are two cockerels that have been with the Ark since the summer. They need to be homed separately and need to go with resident chickens and have a large enclosed coop or pen
This pair of rabbits that are looking for a home together are called Robin and Holly
Scar and Simba are two young adult chihuahuas that came to the Ark from a multiple dog household and have had little or no socialisation with the outside world. They can be homed together or separately into a dedicated home with teenagers over 15
Scar and Simba are two young adult chihuahuas that came to the Ark from a multiple dog household and have had little or no socialisation with the outside world. They can be homed together or separately into a dedicated home with teenagers over 15
Peter is a male rabbit who needs a new family, the Ark can help him bond if you already have rabbits at home
Scarlett is looking for a home with owners who have a farm or small holding and have a Defra Licence
Betty is a boxer-Staffordshire bull terrier crossbreed who is friendly and affectionate, staff say she loves being around people and will make a great companion for someone
Turbo is looking for rehoming to someone who has a farm or small holding and a Defra Licence and can be rehomed with the other pigs at the Ark or separately
Indie is a 19-month-old husky who has severe separation anxiety and cannot really be left for long, she can’t live with cats but can live with other dogs and will also be happy living in a home with teenagers but not younger