Gizmo and Pixie on the lookout for new homes

The Scottish SCPA is looking for loving homes for two good-natured pets, currently being looked after by its Angus rescue and rehoming centre.

Friday, 1st September 2023, 3:29pm
Gizmo and Pixie on the lookout for new homes

Gizmo is a cheeky ferret who is a bundle of energy and loves to chase his toys and have a good run around and then retiring to his cosy bed to snooze the rest of the day away.

Like most ferrets, Gizmo can give the occasional nip in his enthusiasm when excited.

He is generally well-handled and does not mind being picked up and held, but much prefers having all four paws on the ground so he can explore.

Gizmo will make a great addition to a household who has either owned ferrets previously or has done plenty of research into their needs and requirements prior to applying for this big lovable boy.

If you can give Gizmo his new home, please apply via the Scottish SPCA website: https://www.scottishspca.org/rehome-a-pet/12060-gizmo

Pixie is a lovely rabbit looking for her forever home. She is currently being cared for by the Scottish SPCA Angus, Fife and Tayside Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.

Pixie can be nervous and shy and she prefers her own space with a comfy bed and plenty of hiding spaces and hay to snack on.

She is an independent lady who prefers not to be handled and would benefit from an experienced rabbit owner who has plenty of patience and is willing to let her come around in her own time.

This would really enhance her confidence and allow her personality to shine through.

Pixie will require a large area to live in that allows her plenty of space to run around and explore.

The society is unsure if Pixie has ever lived with other rabbits before but she may be able to with careful introductions and will require a separate set up during the process in case bonding fails.

If you can give Pixie her new home, please apply via the Scottish SPCA website: https://www.scottishspca.org/rehome-a-pet/12027-pixie

If you have concerns and wish to report an injured or distressed animal or come across an animal in need, call the charity’s animal helpline, which is open every day from 7.30am-9pm March to October and 7.30am-8pm November to February, directly on 03000 999 999.

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