RESCUE animals in Dorset are in need of forever homes.


Margaret Green Animal Rescue, which has two rescue centres in the county, has a number of dogs, cats and rabbits in its care who are all in need of re-homing.


Pudding, an 11-year-old female British Bulldog cross, is looking for an adult-only home where she is the only pet.


Despite her age, staff at the rescue centre say she is “still full of life and enjoys a cuddle and a kiss too”.


Eight-year-old greyhound Katie used to be a racing greyhound so she would be best suited in a home with a larger dog and without any cats or small furry animals.


She could live with children aged over 10.


Ernie, a male rough coated Lurcher, is around two-years-old. He is described by staff as a sociable dog who could live with a similar-sized dog, children over the age of 12.


However, he would prefer not to live with cats or small furry animals.


Two cats looking for their forever homes are Rosie and Rolo.


Rosie is five-years-old and is “a bit shy but very affectionate” once she gets to know someone, according to Margaret Green.


She would like a new home with no other pets or young children, and somewhere where she can “come and go as she pleases”.


And Rolo, also five, is looking for a new home that has no other pets or small children. He would like a fairly quiet home where there is someone to make a fuss of him most of the time.


Finally, rabbit pair Nigel and Nancy, both one-year-old, are looking to be re-homed together.


They are quite large rabbits so their new owner will need to accommodate them in fairly large housing and handle them regularly so they get used to it.


To speak to Margaret Green about any of the cats or rabbits who need re-homing, call 01929 480474, or to enquire about the dogs call 01929 471340.