Kent Messenger Maidstone - - YOURLOCAL -

SATUR­DAY: The day will start with patchy frost in the coun­try­side, with min­i­mum tem­per­a­tures down to 0 c/ 32 f. Towns and coastal ar­eas will re­main frost-free. Winds will be west­erly at 2–7mph, with tem­per­a­tures in sunny spells reach­ing 11 c/ 52 f. SUN­DAY: It will be a frosty start in ru­ral parts, so a bright one for Ar­mistice Day ser­vices. Cloud will build by late morn­ing. There will be a few sunny spells in the af­ter­noon. Wind will be west­erly at 3–8mph. Tem­per­a­tures will strug­gle to break into dou­ble fig­ures. MON­DAY to WED­NES­DAY: Mostly dry. Cloudy by day, with the odd brighter spell. If cloud breaks, there could be the risk of frost. Winds will be quite vari­able from the south west to north west. Tem­per­a­tures will be close to av­er­age at 10–12 c/ 50 - 54 f. Cheeky chap­pie Reg­gie is search­ing for a home with his girl­friend Tiny. This gor­geous pair, which could go to­gether or be in­te­grated with a group of fer­rets, would need a large cage with lots of hidey holes to ex­plore and toys to in­ves­ti­gate. An owner with ex­pe­ri­ence of fer­rets is rec­om­mended as they can be a lit­tle cheeky when be­ing han­dled, but this should im­prove with a bit of so­cial­i­sa­tion. They would be suitable for fam­i­lies with older schoolage chil­dren.

If you think you could of­fer Reg­gie and Tiny a home, call Ley­bourne RSPCA An­i­mal Res­cue Cen­tre on 0300 123 0751.

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