RSPCA appeal to find 'sweet' Honey a new home

PUBLISHED: 09:59 09 December 2018 | UPDATED: 10:29 09 December 2018

RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Honey the dog is looking for a new home.

RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Honey the dog is looking for a new home.

RSPCA Southridge

Can you provide 'sweet' Honey the dog with a new home in our regular RSPCA Southridge appeal?

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Honey is a beautiful two-year-old Labrador crossbreed who is looking for a new home.

A Southridge spokeswoman said: “She is a very sweet girl who can be a little nervous at times, however she is beginning to build trust with the staff and is gaining in confidence.”

Honey needs a patient owner who will allow her time to settle and an active home with children over 16.

She has previously lived with another dog and a cat, but would benefit from further training.

RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Can you provide Tilly the cat with a new home?RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal: Can you provide Tilly the cat with a new home?

“Honey is a loving girl, who enjoys her walks and playing with her toys in the compound,” added the Southridge spokeswoman.

“She deserves a second chance and a forever home where she will be adored.”

• Tilly and Jazz the cats are also looking for a new owner in our RSPCA Southridge Find Me A Home appeal.

They are a gorgeous pair of kittens looking for their forever home together.

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

Tilly is a tabby domestic semi longhair, and Jazz is a black and white domestic shorthair.

The RSPCA spokeswoman said: “Tilly and Jazz are lovely girls, but are quite timid.

“Tilly is slightly more confident, whereas Jazz takes a little longer to come round.”

Due to their nervous nature they need a quiet household with children of 16 plus.

They will need time and patience to settle and gentle handling.

The pair require outside access to a secure garden.

“Once in a loving home, these two beautiful girls should build trust and grow in confidence, they just need someone to take a chance on them,” added the RSPCA Southridge spokeswoman.

• If you are interested in rehoming any of the animals featured this week, the RSPCA centre in Ridge, Potters Bar, is open from 11am to 4.15pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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

Alternatively, call 0300 123 0704 or email southridge@rspca.org.uk

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