Petite Pipkin needs a home *Now Reserved*

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When RSPCA inspectors came across the lifeless and tiny body of a kitten, they feared the worst. Closer inspection revealed the kitten to be barely alive, and urgent medical attention was needed to save her life. The kitten proved to be a fighter and made a great recovery, however, it is now known that she is actually about 11-12 months old, but due to past neglect, is only the size of a young kitten.

Now named Pipkin, she’s an absolutely adorable and very loving little cat. We’re hoping she soon finds a caring owner and loving home she deserves.

To meet Pipkin and offer her a home, please email – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk, or call: 01925 632944.

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John Oakley’s 100 Mile Kayak Challenge: One man for the dogs

max7RSPCA WHS volunteer, John Oakley is taking on an EPIC challenge for us. He is going to kayak from Hull to Warrington, a total of nearly 100 MILES in memory of his Dad. He will be joined by a former resident of our kennels, Max. Max was abandoned by his owner and through no fault of his own stayed in our centre for over a year. John and Kei Oakley gave him the loving home he deserves and he will now accompany John on his journey.

John will begin his challenge on Sunday 18th September, which would have been his Dad’s 81st birthday. He plans to finish around 1pm on Saturday 24th September at the London Bridge Inn, Appleton. We would love a crowd to gather to welcome him home.

John will be travelling for 6 days and sleeping overnight in a tent alongside the canals he’s travelling through. He will be kayaking for around 8 hours per day and travelling roughly 17 miles per day to achieve his target.

John told us, ‘I want to do something to help the dogs at the RSPCA centre in Warrington. My wife, Kei, and I volunteer at the centre and have witnessed the fantastic work they do and we love to see the difference a few weeks of love and care can make to their lives.

It is going to be an extremely challenging journey but I know my Dad will be proud of me and I hope to raise plenty of money for the RSPCA and the dogs they care for.’

Please sponsor John and Max now. Visit https://www.justgiving.com/John-Oakley3 to give your donation.

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*NOW RESERVED* Elsa needs a loving home

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Abandoned by her owner, 5 month old Elsa is waiting patiently for the chance of a loving new home.

Lovely little Elsa is a delightful and sweet natured kitten. She’s slightly timid but very affectionate and loves plenty of attention.

Please email your interest in offering Elsa a home to – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk, or call 01925 632944

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We are recruiting for Part-time Animal Care Assistants

Animal Care Assistant (Part time)

Salary: National Minimum/Living wage (according to age)

We are a local branch of the RSPCA and provide boarding for case animals that have been removed from situations of cruelty, abuse and neglect by RSPCA Inspectors. We care for them whilst cases are going through court, providing rehabilitation to enable them to find loving new homes when the court proceedings have come to a successful conclusion.

To bring our staff team up to full strength and maximise our operational flexibility, we are recruiting for a number of part-time posts. Our working day is 8.30am to 4.30pm.

1 x 2 week days (days to be confirmed)

1 x Saturday and Sunday

1 x Saturday

1 x Sunday

You will have a strong commitment to animal welfare, a positive can-do attitude, and the resilience to cope with both the physical and emotional demands of the role.

You’ll be confident handling dogs and cats, with an animal care qualification and ideally with some experience in an animal welfare environment. A full driving licence will be an advantage.

Please email admin@rspca-whs.org.uk to request an application form and job description/person specification, or download from the link below. Application Form  ACA PT JD

 CVs will not be accepted.  Closing date is 23rd May 2016. Interview date 31st May.

We regret that we may not be able to respond to unsuccessful applicants if we receive a high volume of applications. If you have not heard from us by 27th May, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.

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Could you be Tod and Tally’s Perfect Match?

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Tod and Tally were abandoned by their owner, and left to fend for themselves in squalid conditions. Luckily, their plight was brought to the attention of the RSPCA, who took them away from that awful environment and brought them to us.

Both Tod and Tally have really come out of their shells whilst with us and are both very loving and gentle natured. Tod is a Male, ginger and white, and Tally is a black and white female. The pair are both 2 years old and can be re-homed together or separately. Both of these super friendly cats have fun personalities and love a cuddle.

If you think you can give Tod and Tally the loving home they deserve, then please email us to rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk, or Tel: 01925 632944

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Beautiful Boris would love a new home

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Boris is in need of a new home as his former owner can no longer care for him.

Beautiful Boris has oodles of love and affection to give, and is always on the lookout for some fuss and attention. His body language is always calm and relaxed, including plenty of head rubbing and rolling around on the floor.

With his confident and friendly manner, he should suit most households, and be a joy to have around.

To visit Boris, please email your interest to – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk, or Tel: 01925 632944

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*Now at Crewe and Natnwich Branch* Tyson’s only wish is for a new home

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Tyson was abandoned by his owner and is estimated to be about 18 months old.

Tyson is a fun and active lad who shows enthusiasm for playful games and loves long walks. Squeaky toys are a favourite of his, although they don’t last too long. There is some initial pulling on the lead when out for a walk, but this is to be expected with the confines of kennel life. There’s no end to his enthusiasm for learning new skills, with the aid of treats followed by lots of praise Tyson will sit, wait, down and give paw, he’s currently in training to rollover on command. but as yet, thinks it’s just a cue for belly rubs!

Due to his confident and outgoing nature, Tyson should enjoy a busy household. Tyson can’t be re-homed to a home with cats or rabbits.

If interested in offering Tyson a home, please email – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk, or Tel: 01925 632944

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Ken is keen to find a new home

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Ken was sadly abandoned by his owner and left in a small plastic box in the pouring rain. He is estimated to be about 4 years old.

This delightful boy has a placid and gentle nature. Always stretching and rolling around when being given a fuss, and gives real cuddles with his front paws. He likes to snuggle up close on your lap to be smothered with love and affection, although, once on your lap, he’s there to stay!

For anyone wanting a super-friendly and affectionate companion, please email us at – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk, or Tel: 01925 632944

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Can you give Deirdre a new forever home?

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Deirdre was sadly abandoned by her owner, and left in a small plastic box in the pouring rain. When she was brought to us she had minor health issues but after plenty of TLC from the staff, volunteers and vet she is fit, healthy and ready to go. She is estimated to be about 18 months old.

This pretty little lady loves a fuss and a cuddle, and after a bit of time spent with her giving love and affection, she really warms to you.

Deirdre would be suited to a home with older children and without other cats.

If you think you could give Deirdre a fresh start please email rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk, or Tel: 01925 632944

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*Now Rehomed* Ollie is ready and waiting for a new home

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Rescued from an unsuitable environment, Ollie has gone from sad and very frightened to lively and happy-go-lucky in no time at all. No more hiding away from the staff, Ollie now actively seeks our attention, feeling confident and relaxed in our company.

This lovely young lad enjoys a bit of rough play with his female doggy friends, and could possibly benefit living with a female dog. He’s treat orientated which is great for training, and often shows his smiley face.

Due to his sensitive nature, Ollie is best suited to a quiet home with patient and caring owners.

Please email your interest in Ollie to – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk, or Tel: 01925 632944

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