DOGS, cats and rabbits are in need of forever homes.

Margaret Green Animal Rescue in Dorset is trying to find new homes for its residents.

Oscar, 17, is describe as a “very sweet older gentleman who loves lots of fuss and affection”.

He would prefer an adult-only home with no other pets.

Pinkie, seven, is a “very smart” cat who is affectionate too – when she wants to be. She needs to be the only pet in an adult-only home.

Lily, who is four years old, is “a lovely lady” but can be “a bit wary” with new people. She is looking for a quiet forever home with no other pets or small children.

Two dogs looking for new homes are Pudding and Hershey.

Pudding, 11, is a British Bulldog cross looking for a home where she can “snuggle in her duvet and enjoy cuddles”. She would prefer to be the only pet but could live with children over the age of 14.

Hershey, a one-year-old Lurcher, is described as a “very sweet, happy chappy” looking for a family that loves fun as much as he does.

He would be happy in a home with another dog and children over the age of five, but not cats.

Finally, there is Miss Jackson (also known as MJ) – an eight-month-old rabbit who is looking for a forever home with a vaccinated and neutered male rabbit companion.