CATS, dogs and rabbits from Dorset are looking for their forever homes.

Animal rescue charity Margaret Green has given the details of its latest animals in need of re-homing.

Ronnie, a two-year-old Pug cross is looking for a home where he won’t be left alone for long periods. Staff say he loves playtime and cuddles.

Greyhound Katie would suit a home with a larger dog but without cats or small furry animals. The eight-year-old is still quick on her feet and loves cuddles.

Wilma, an eight-year-old Lurcher, would be happy to live with male dogs and children aged 10 and over but would be better suited to a home without cats.

Staff say she loves to play with her toys and particularly enjoys chasing after balls.

Brother and sister rabbits, Neptune and Neo, are around 15-weeks-old and neutered. They are looking for a forever home with lots of room as their parents are big rabbits.

Goose is an eight-year-old cat who is described as outgoing and affectionate but will let people know when she’s had enough attention. She would be happy in a new home with older children and a cat-friendly dog, but not with another cat.

And Lightning, four, is looking for a forever home with no other pets and no children as she was a stray for a while and is still a bit nervous.