For more than 30 years, a Southampton-based charity has rescued animals and found them forever homes – could you be the next person to adopt a pet?
Second Chance Animal Rescue at Mansbridge Road there is a small rescue which takes care of dogs, cats, small animals and wildlife.
The dedicated team of volunteers provide a wide variety of services to animals in need, from hand-breeding orphaned animals and, in the case of wild animals, their release into the wild, to vaccination. and microchip animals for placement, as well as the treatment of any illness or injury.
If you’ve decided to give a pet a forever home, here are some of the furry and feathered friends looking for a place to live this week.
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Raise: Saluki x Greyhound
Age: 2 years
Mac came to the rescue as he was “too much of a dog” for the family and had a huge number of prey.
He will need an experienced greyhound / lurcher house with no other male dogs, cats or small animals and a large, fully fenced yard.
He is an adorable neutered boy who practices yoga and patiently awaits his new home.
Floki and Grogo
Age: 9 months
Floki and Grogo are two young brothers. They are typical Siamese cats – demanding, curious and affectionate.
They are looking for a home with someone who has experience in the breed. They will need a spacious house where they can move around freely and play.
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Raise: African Gray
Age: 20 years
Mickey needs a home with someone who has plenty of time for him and a sense of humor because Mickey has chosen a few choice words.
He will need space, not just a cage, as he enjoys the freedom to roam, but being bored can be destructive.
Houses will only be viewed by experienced former owners.
If you are interested in any of the pets at Second Chance Animal Rescue, visits are organized by appointment.