DORSET-based animal rescue centre Margaret Green is hoping to find forever homes for rabbits, guinea pigs, dogs and cats this week.

Two-year-old giant rabbit, Maisy, is very good with her litter tray but doesn’t like anyone going near her food! She is looking to be a single house rabbit as she’s never met another rabbit.

Toddles is a 10-year-old cat who is a little nervous but soon warms to people. He could possibly live with older children but would need to meet them first. Toddles would need to be the only pet.

Willow the two-year-old guinea pig is looking for a forever home with her herd of three others including neutered male, Comet, and females Wilma and Darwin.

Nancy, a four-year-old female Lurcher, is a friendly girl with a waggy tail and would prefer to be the only pet in the home but would be happy to live with teenagers.

Irwin is a two-year-old male Greyhound with a lively personality and would be best suited to a home without cats and small furries, however, he could live with fellow sighthounds and older children.

Milo is a seven-year-old crossbreed with a loving personality who loves going on walks. He thrives on being around people and adores cuddles. Milo would be happy to live with another dog, cats and teenagers.

To rehome the small furries call 01929 480474 and for the dogs call 01929 471340.