Can you give these the love they deserve?
ABANDONED ANIMALS ASSOCIATION, PRESTATYN Staff are desperately seeking homes for seven cute kittens who were rescued from a farm. There are six males and one female with colours ranging from ginger to tabby. The fluffy creatures have been handled regularly and are very friendly.
Marley the Golden Retriever (main picture) was a stray who came to the centre from the dog pound. The eight-year-old had sadly been neglected and is still a little thin, but despite his ordeal is a friendly dog, who loves people and gets on with other animals.
Eight-year-old Gunner (pictured right, third from top) is a friendly and easy-going pooch. Unfortunately the English Bull Terrier has a skin condition due to an allergy so must have a grain-free diet and his eyesight is poor which can make him a little clumsy. However, he is good with cats and other dogs and has lived with children so will make a fantastic addition to any family. ■ abandonedanimals.org.uk, 01745 857975, facebook.com/AbandonedAnimalsAssociation-115246481873460
NORTH CLWYD ANIMAL RESCUE, TRELOGAN Chanel (pictured bottom right) is a three-year-old Staffie who loves lots of walks and cuddles. But more than anything she would love a home to call her own.
Two-year-old feline Pippy (top right) came in as a stray along with her two gorgeous little kittens. Her babies have since gone to their new homes, but Pippy is still looking for her purrfect home where her new owners will give her lots of love.
Rabbits Simba and Shandy (right, second from top) were born at the rescue. Their mum came to the rescue with nine four-day old baby rabbits who were an unplanned litter. Four weeks later she gave birth to eight more bunnies including Simba and Shady. They are very inquisitive lads and love to explore, and like to do everything together as they are best friends, so need to be rehomed together. ■ Visit the centre any day between 11am and 3pm, ncar.org. uk, 01745 560546
RSPCA BRYN-YMAEN, COLWYN BAY Nine-year-old cat Sophie has been overlooked at Bryn-y-Maen for several months, despite her stunning colour and beautiful eyes. She came into the RSPCA’s care after her owner passed away and needs a quiet home.
Collie crossbreed Billy was brought into care by an inspector in March after being removed from a home along with several other dogs. Sadly he has never been given the chance to build a relationship with anyone and when he first arrived at the shelter he was scared of everything and everyone around him. But with the help of some tasty treats he has slowly started to trust staff at the centre and is now ready for his forever home. He needs an experienced owner who has lots of time on their hands. ■ 0300 123 0745, email brynymaen@ rspca.org.uk