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RSPCA animals in North Staffordshire that need rehoming

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: May 13, 2014

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Trigger is one of the several animals RSPCA North Staffordshire Branch are currently trying to find new homes for. Trigger is a two-year-old Staffie who loves to play. He enjoys a game of fetch at the kennels and is currently being taught to drop and leave his ball. He has lots of energy and will enjoy long walks, but he is also quite content laying in a comfy bed with a chew. Trigger will be able to live with older children and also other dogs.


This is Star, one of our golden oldies. She is a nine-year-old black and white border collie cross. She is an affectionate gentle girl with lots of time for love and cuddles. Because of her lovely temperament she will be able to live with older people. She is also beginning to enjoy a play with some of the older dogs in the kennels so would be happy to live with another dog. Despite her age she is very active but sadly there has been very little interest in her. Can you provide this loving senior with the home she deserves?

Hello everyone my name is Saffie and I am a four-year-old Patterdale Terrier cross with plenty of character. Unfortunately I am not suitable to live with other dogs, cats or children. I am looking for an understanding adult home that can give me the attention I deserve, but also the space I need. I came into RSPCA care very over weight. The girls at the kennels have worked hard putting me on a strict diet and exercising me to get my weight down. I would like an active home with plenty of walks to continue managing my new healthy weight.

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My name is Rupert, I am an eight-year-old brindle and white cross breed. I am a friendly boy looking for a loving home that will spend lots of time rubbing my belly. I am not too sure about living with cats but I can probably manage to live with another dog. I have a gentle nature so I could live with a family with older children to run and play with. Please don't be put off by my age I am full of energy!


I am a Patterdale cross and although I am nine-years-old am I still full of life. I'm very active and would love somebody to take me on long walks. I'm extremely friendly with people and love a good fuss. The girls at kennels don't know a lot about me but I don't react to any of the dogs at there. If you have another dog I would love to meet them before being rehomed. I've never met a cat before and therefore I am not sure if I can live with them.


Hello there, my name is Spider as you can tell I'm a handsome chap. I am a laid back six-year-old red Lurcher and I love lying around in bed with a chewie. I am a good boy and don't jump up, and although I haven't lived with children, due to my gentle nature I could live with a family with older children. I get on OK with other dogs. However, I am not sure about living with cats. Can you offer me a loving family home?

Benny is a four-year-old, chocolate domestic short haired male. He has sadly been in our care for quite some time now. Although he gets on very well with other cats, he is shy around people. With some time and affection he will turn into a lovely cat. He has had a pretty tough start in life and therefore needs to gain trust in people again. Can you offer him that special home?

Jacob is a two-year-old black and white domestic short haired male cat. He is a little shy and can be nervous around new people. However, once he has gained your trust he loves a fuss and a cuddle. He has a very quiet, gentle personality and is spooked quite easily. He would be best suited to a quiet home. He is currently living with another cat and would be happy to live with other cats He is litter trained and very clean.

Neyo and Tigger came in to our care together due to a chance in circumstance for their previous owner. Tigger is a three-and-a-half-year-old, ginger and white domestic long haired male.

Neyo is a four-year-old Tawny/silver spot male. We would love to see them being rehomed together, ideally to a home without any other cats.

Tigger can be quite nervous, but has slowly begun to come out of his shell. Both cats are gorgeous and also litter trained. Have you got space for a special pair of cats?

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