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Home appeal for small animals in Angus


We need homes for the small animals in the care of our Angus, Fife and Tayside Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.

The centre has reached full capacity and is unable to take any more small animals in to their care.

Centre assistant manager, Dale Christie, said, “We are currently trying to find forever homes for five rabbits, six rats, four guinea pigs, eight ferrets and one ackie monitor lizard.

“We have now reached capacity in the small animals section of our centre, and are sadly unable to take any more in at the moment.

““Our longest small resident is Ursula, a cheeky ferret who has been with us for over 300 days!

“She is not the best handled ferret and can be nippy on occasion, so she would need an experienced ferret owner.

“Ursula would love a large enclosure with plenty of space, and lots of toys and enrichment to keep herself entertained.

“She would be suited best to an adult only home, or one with teenagers as she can nip when she is being playful.

“We are desperate to find loving homes for all of our small animals like Ursula, so that we have the space and resources to provide care to those animals who need it most.”

People can find out more about the small animals at our Angus, Fife and Tayside Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre, or apply to rehome them here:

If anyone is concerned about an animal, please do not hesitate to contact our confidential animal helpline on 03000 999 999.


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