A NUMBER of cats and dogs in Dorset are looking for their forever homes.

Animal rescue charity Margaret Green has given the details of cats and dogs which need re-homing.

Lily the cat, who is four-years-old, is described by the staff at the Church Knowle centre as a “lovely lady” but who can be “a bit wary with new people”.

She is looking for a forever home that is nice and quiet with no other pets or small children as she can get worried about quick actions and loud noises.

Two-year-old Willow is described as a “very affectionate and outgoing girl” by the Margaret Green staff.

She loves being active and outside as she used to live in a rural location. Her new home would need to be in a similar, rural area.

She is happy to live with children but would prefer to be the only pet in the home.

Dogs who are also searching for their forever homes include Mya and Dora.

Mya is a Husky, aged nine, who is described as “very sweet” and “enthusiastic about life” by the rescue centre staff at Lincoln Farm.

She is said to be young at heart and looking for an active family who love the outdoors.

She would prefer not to live with cats or small furry animals, but she can live with children over the age of 10 and a male dog.

Finally, there is Dora – an American Bulldog cross puppy around 18 months old.

She loves to play with other dogs so the staff feel she can live with a like-minded male dog.

The staff describe her as a “bouncy girl”, “incredibly smart”, and “adorable”.

She is looking for an active, adult-only family who have had experience with dogs and are happy to continue Dora’s training.

She would be better suited to a home without cats or small furries.

Anyone interested in one of the animals can call Margaret Green on 01929 471340 (dogs) or 01929 480474 (cats).