Can you help abandoned kittens find a new home?

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:03 19 August 2018

Abandoned kittens Roger and Heather are looking for a new home together in this week's RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal.

Abandoned kittens Roger and Heather are looking for a new home together in this week's RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal.

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Two abandoned kittens currently at RSPCA Southridge are looking for new homes.

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Gorgeous kittens Roger and Heather are looking for a loving home together in this week’s RSPCA Find Me A Home appeal.

They are siblings and both black domestic shorthair cats.

A spokeswoman for the RSPCA centre in Packhorse Lane, Ridge, said: “They were abandoned with their litter mates at a local veterinary practice.

“They are really sweet kittens who enjoy playing together.

RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Roger the catRSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Roger the cat

“They are a little shy at the moment but their confidence should grow in a patient loving home.”

Southridge officials feel the pair would be best suited to living with children of 14 years and above. They could live a friendly dog.

The spokeswoman added: “They will need someone to be around for most of the day as they are still quite young and they will need access to the outside away from any busy roads once they are old enough.

“These two are really lovely kittens who are really deserving of a loving forever home.”

RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Heather the catRSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Heather the cat

Bailey, a four-year-old male Patterdale terrier crossbreed, is also looking for a new owner.

He is described as “a very sweet, bundle of fun”.

“We are looking for a loving, active home where he will get lots of exercise and playtime,” said the RSPCA spokeswoman.

“In the home he enjoys a cuddle on the sofa but also likes to go off and do his own thing.”

RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Bailey the dogRSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Bailey the dog

Bailey will need to be taught how to socialise with other dogs and would benefit from training classes.

“We feel Bailey would be best living in an adult only home where he would be the only pet,” added the RSPCA Southridge spokeswoman.

• If you are interested in adopting any of the animals featured, visit the centre in Packhorse Lane, Ridge, Potters Bar, call 0300 123 0704 or email southridge@rspca.org.uk

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The centre is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11am to 4.15pm.

It is also open on Sundays from 1pm to 4.15pm.

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