Can you help ‘boisterous’ Winston find a new home?

Winston the dog is described as 'a boisterous, overgrown puppy'. Picture: RSPCA Southridge.

Winston the dog is described as 'a boisterous, overgrown puppy'. Picture: RSPCA Southridge.

RSPCA Southridge

Winston the dog, and Lottie and Molly the cats are this week’s trio of pets at RSPCA Southridge looking for new owners in our regular Find Me A Home appeal.

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Winston is a handsome three-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier who was transferred to Southridge from another centre.

A spokeswoman for Southridge said: “Winston is a boisterous, overgrown puppy who will need a patient owner who is committed to taking him to training classes.

“He is a very loving boy, who loves to go on walks and play with his toys.”

Winston is looking for an active, adult only home where he will be the only pet.

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“He will benefit from being taken to training classes, which is a great way to form a bond with your dog,” added the RSPCA spokeswoman.

“He is a cheeky chap who deserves a second chance and a forever home where he will be adored.”

Lottie and Molly are a pair of domestic shorthair kittens who unfortunately came to Southridge as they were found in someone’s garden.

The spokeswoman for the Packhorse Lane centre said: “Understandably, they are quite a nervous pair, but are sweet girls once they trust you.”

Can you provide Lottie the cat with a new home? Picture: RSPCA Southridge.Can you provide Lottie the cat with a new home? Picture: RSPCA Southridge.

As Lottie and Molly are timid they would suit a home without children.

They are looking for a quiet, patient, adult only home where they will be the only pets and be given time to settle in at their own pace.

Lottie and Molly will need outside access to a secure garden where they can explore and sunbathe when the weather is nice.

The Southridge spokeswoman added: “Lottie and Molly have had a poor start to life at such a young age.

Molly the cat is looking for a new home. Picture: RSPCA Southridge.Molly the cat is looking for a new home. Picture: RSPCA Southridge.

“They really deserve to find a forever home where they can learn to trust people again.”

• 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

RSPCA Southridge is opening from 11am to 4.15pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The centre is also open Sundays from 1pm to 4.15pm.

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