There are a number of adorable cats and dogs available for adoption at the RSPCA’s Leeds, Wakefield and District branch.
The charity homes the animals at its centre in East Ardsley, and some have ended up at the centre as their previous owner was no longer able to care for them. Regardless of how they end up at the centre, the animals are cared for until a new home can be found. The RSPCA also offers advice to people who already own pets but may be struggling to cope with the cost of food or healthcare.
Here are all the cats and dogs currently being cared for at the centre that have not yet been matched up with the right owners. More information can be found on the RSPCA website.
Aged approximately eight, Rocco is a gentle shar pei with a love for people. He has been at the centre for seven months through no fault of his own, and is now looking for his forever home. Photo: RSPCA
Domestic short hair Thor is approximately two years old and loves attention. He has a sensitive stomach so is looking for a family that can keep him on his current diet. Photo: RSPCA
Diesel is a Staffie X aged approximately 11. He loves people and is looking for a new place to call home despite enjoying time with his foster parents. Photo: RSPCA
4. Luna and Molly
Luna and Molly are aged approximately two and love being in the company of each other and humans. They would love to be adopted together by a family who can give equal amounts of fuss and attention. Photo: RSPCA
Tepe is a husky aged approximately two. He arrived at the centre after his previous family were no longer able to care for him and left him at home. This has not stopped his sweet nature shining and he is looking for a committed family who will spend time bonding with him. Photo: RSPCA
6. Emily, George and Arthur
All aged approximately seven months old, this domestic short hair trio would ideally like to be adopted as a trio, although Arthur can step aside to allow his companions to be adopted as a duo. They are all incredibly affectionate and love human company. Photo: RSPCA