These animals at Halifax RSPCA are looking for a new home - can you help?

These animals at Halifax RSPCA are looking for a new home - can you help?

re you looking to give an animal in need a forever home? These furry faces at the RSPCA centre in Halifax are looking for a new family to give them lots of love.

All of these animals are available for adoption at the RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield, Bradford & District Branch and for more information on any of the animals contact the centre on 01422 365 628 or enquiries@rspcahalifaxhuddersfieldbradford.org.uk.

Cheryl is a very pretty female mouse, and is looking for her forever home. Like most rodents, she likes to snooze in the day and is most active at dawn and dusk. She is fine to be handled and loves to play on her wheel.

1. Cheryl, one year, female

Cheryl is a very pretty female mouse, and is looking for her forever home. Like most rodents, she likes to snooze in the day and is most active at dawn and dusk. She is fine to be handled and loves to play on her wheel.
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Kandy may be a small girl but there is a big dog bursting to get out and she entertains on a daily basis, her tail never stops wagging. She would be best suited to someone who is around most of the day and does not want to exercise much.

2. Kandy, 12 years, female

Kandy may be a small girl but there is a big dog bursting to get out and she entertains on a daily basis, her tail never stops wagging. She would be best suited to someone who is around most of the day and does not want to exercise much.
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Prince is looking for home with a pre-existing female bunny that he can bond with. Over his time at the RSPCA Prince has really come out of his shell and he is happy to hop around your feet.

3. Prince, six months, male

Prince is looking for home with a pre-existing female bunny that he can bond with. Over his time at the RSPCA Prince has really come out of his shell and he is happy to hop around your feet.
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Rebecca is in care after not been looked after properly in her previous home. She can be a bit timid at first but once she know who you are she will come out for attentions and she enjoys being stroked and also likes to play.

4. Rebecca, two years, female

Rebecca is in care after not been looked after properly in her previous home. She can be a bit timid at first but once she know who you are she will come out for attentions and she enjoys being stroked and also likes to play.
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