Meet Rupert, a six-year-old male Boxer. Rupert has a fantastic character, he is a playful boy who is always up to mischief. He is funny and boisterous, an absolute gem. Rupert will require training in most areas and gets easily distracted, so his recall isn’t the best. He loves his walks and being out and about and certainly doesn’t act his age. Rupert would definitely benefit living with an active family and someone who can be at home most of the time.Rupert is a special boy who has lots of love to share. He may live with cats, dogs and secondary school age children. To adopt Rupert see:

Meet the amazing animals looking for their forever homes in Mansfield and Ashfield area

There are still many deserving dogs, cats and bunny rabbits looking for their ‘forever’ homes in the Mansfield and Ashfield area.

Monday, 21st February 2022, 7:03 pm

The RSPCA animal rescue shelter at Radcliffe-on-Trent is asking if you could open your heart and home to some of the beautiful creatures who, through no fault of their own, have to come into their care.

Some of the animals have been abandoned, others become homeless due to unexpected changes in family finances or the tragic death of beloved owners, whilst others - sadly - are all too often the victims of abuse and neglect.

Whatever the reasons, there are so many four legged friends who will make wonderful loving pets and bring so much joy. They are all just waiting, looking for that special person, couple or family to give them a second chance.

Could that be you? See the animals here …

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