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All they want is a loving home; The Mail has linked up with the RSPCA to help to find homes for pets at the charity's Animal Centre at Newbrook Farm, Frankley Green, Birmingham...

EET our legendary Lexi, who has had a tough year.

MShe was taken in after sustaining horrific injuries, which we can tell you more about if you are interested in giving her a home.

She has endured a long stretch in kennels, while we dealt with her injuries and skin problems, yet she has remained a constant loving, playful, loyal companion to our kennel staff.

And now, finally she is ready to restart her life in a new home!

Lexi is a young bouncy girl with lots of fun and love to give. She will need a fairly active home with children, if present, of late primary school age.

She can be a little timid in new situations, but once she has bonded with people her confidence quickly improves. Lexi could live with another dog providing good meets here at the centre. We've found her best match to be males of a similar size to her. She wants Mr Right! However Mr Right must be castrated as Lexi has recently come into season.

This means she will be unable to be neutered for two months but a voucher covering the expense of this at our animal hospital will be provided.

If you could give this wonderful young girl a fresh start you would be rewarded with years of fun and love.

MEET Queenie! When taken in as an injured stray, she was suffering from cat flu.

This has now been treated and she is ready to find some humans to take care of her.

The vets found she has a heart murmur and, though further tests showed that her heart is fine, new owners may wish to speak to their vet first.

Queenie certainly knows what she wants out of life and will let you know her demands!

She loves being out and gets upset when it's time to go back and give another cat a chance of some freedom.

Queenie is long haired so will need to be groomed regularly and will tolerate this depending on the mood she is in. If she isn't in the mood she'll let you know!

She is super playful, especially with a teaser toy and she'll leap and bound after it as you pull it along the floor.

Queenie will need an experienced home with an owner that has owned a cat with a similar temperament. she would prefer a home with no young children, but if there are kids we would recommend teenagers or above.

She should be the only animal.

LARS is a gorgeous bunny in both looks and nature, who has settled in well and is looking for his forever home.

He was found abandoned in a box with another male, Hans. Unfortunately they fought as they were both males, causing injury, but since being separated from Hans. Lars has been getting along with most females.

He has a lovely character and will come inside when called to say "Hi" and enjoys being stroked gently.

He is quite an active bunny and very clean inside his accommodation. He is a possible candidate to live as a house rabbit. Lars is able to live with primary age school children as long as care and interaction is supervised by an adult.

HOW TO HELP ? IF you would like to offer a home, contact the centre on 0300 123 8585 or call into the centre during opening hours (11am-3.15pm every day except Tuesday). The animals can also be viewed on or on facebook.

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Date:Nov 4, 2017
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