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Essex RSPCA: 5 animals who are searching for brand-new houses


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There are some animals from the Essex South, Southend & District branches, the South West branch and the Danaher Animal Home

If you believe you would have the ability to rehome among them go to either the Essex South, Southend & District branch, the South West branch, or the Danaher Animal Home website for information.

You can likewise contribute to charities to help them continue their rescue work at the very same sites.


Maldon and Burnham Standard: PhoebePhoebe (Image: RSPCA)

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Gender – Female

Age – Two years of ages

Breed – Lurcher

Colour – White and tan

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Phoebe is a dog who entered into the care of the RSPCA after being discovered by the dog warden as an unclaimed roaming.

She is referred to as having a “friendly, mild, and calm nature” and can be rather shy in brand-new circumstances.

As far as the RSPCA knows Phoebe has actually not resided in a home prior to so would require her brand-new family to be understanding of her requirements and let her take things in her own time.

If you wish to adopt Phoebe you can see their full profile here.


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Maldon and Burnham Standard: MemphisMemphis (Image: RSPCA)

Gender – Female

Age – Three years of ages

Breed – British shorthair

Colour – Grey

Memphis entered into the care of the RSPCA from an overcrowded home and is now wanting to discover a brand-new family to take her in.

She takes pleasure in being with individuals and will be more than happy to huddle next to you however she is likewise happy sufficient to do her own thing.

The RSPCA includes: “She takes pleasure in head scratches and snoozing away the afternoons someplace warm.”

If you wish to adopt Memphis you can see their full profile here.

King and Thumper

Maldon and Burnham Standard: King and ThumperKing and Thumper (Image: Danaher Animal Home)

Gender – Male

Age – No mentioned

Breed – Not mentioned

Colour – Grey and Brown/White

King and Thumper had actually been discovered abandoned by Danaher Animal Home and they are now searching for their permanently home.

Thumper is a more reserved kind of character while King is more positive and most likely to hop over towards you.

Ideally, the set are searching for a home together with no kids, or older kids just.

Thumper particularly will require a calm environment to settle in.

If you wish to adopt King and Thumper you can see their full profile here.


Maldon and Burnham Standard: TaraTara (Image: RSPCA)

Gender – Female

Age – Five years of ages

Breed – Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour – Black

Tara is a cat who was unfortunately left on her own for a prolonged amount of time after her owner was taken into care, and ended up being cautious of people.

Nowadays Tara’s self-confidence has actually grown a fair bit and she now takes pleasure in being rubbed and brushed.

She now looks for human interaction and enjoys being around individuals, so will make the ideal buddy in a calm and client household.

If you wish to adopt Tara you can see their full profile here.

RSPCA says numerous animals are being abandoned in Essex

Last year the RSPCA shared that there were 850 reports of abandoned animals in Essex in 2021.

From January to July 2022, 750 reports had actually already been made which was a 51 percent boost from the very same timeframe in 2021.

The charity fears the substantial increase in pet ownership, which escalated throughout the pandemic, combined with the cost of living crisis, has actually put a pressure on individuals’s financial resources.

Dermot Murphy, primary inspectorate officer at the RSPCA, said: “The concept of putting your cat in a provider and taking them to a remote area in the woods prior to walking away is definitely unimaginable and heart-breaking to most pet owners.

“Sadly we are seeing animals callously abandoned like this every single day.”

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