Pearl and Sprout are seeking new owners

Our Pets of the Week this week are Pearl and the suitably seasonably named Sprout, both of whom are currently in the care of the Scottish SPCA’s Angus rescue and rehoming centre.

Mark Dowie
Thursday, 1st December 2022, 3:00pm
Pearl and Sprout are seeking new owners

Pearl is lovely cat who is looking for her new permanent home. She is a stunning lady and a complete sweetheart too! She loves to rub herself around your legs and enjoys having head pats and being given treats.

Pearl can be quite vocal, especially around feeding time and when she wants attention.

She is a very inquisitive lady who is always interested in what is going on around her.

She would benefit from an owner who has had prior experience of owning Persian cats or a similar breed.

Pearl has a sensitive stomach so any potential new owner will need to understand that she will require to have a special diet.

She would prefer a calm, quiet home where she can laze around for most of the day.

She will also need a home with no other animals and she would prefer an adult-only environment, or a home with older children.

If you can give Pearl her new home, please apply via the Scottish SCPA website at

Sprout is an inquisitive, playful ferret and is just a bundle of fun and he loves to explore when out playing with his toys.

He is super friendly and loves human attention!

Sprout will need a large enclosure with plenty of space and lots of toys and enrichment to keep him entertained and stimulated.

Sprout could potentially live with other male ferrets pending slow, steady introductions in his new home.

He is a small boy so the team at the centre suspect he is on the younger side.

Sprout would be suited best to a home with adults. Any children in the home would need to be teenagers as he can sometimes nip when he's being playful.

If you can give Sprout his new home, please apply via the Scottish SCPA website at

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Sprout will need plenty of space, with a large enclosure and lots of toys to keep him occupied.
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