THESE are just some of the animals at RSPCA Ashley Heath near Ringwood who are in need of forever homes.

1. Dotty

Eight-year-old Dotty is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier with a big smile. She is a bright spark and picks up news tricks with ease.

She is an affectionate dog who craves companionship and enjoys a good game of fetch.

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2. Bruno 

Bruno, a two-year-old Saluki, has had a rough start in life and came into the centre after his previous owners were unable to give him the care he needed after a complicated injury sustained from barbed wire.

After a long treatment plan and recovery, Bruno is now ready to find his new home, with a family that can give him all of the love and care that he deserves.

Loved by many at the centre, he has a cheeky, playful personality, and is keen to learn. He also enjoys cuddles and walks.

Bruno would best suit an active family, who are looking for a dog to join them on their adventures.

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3. Cluck Norris 

Cluck Norris is one of the centre's longest stay residents. He is desperately looking for a lady or two in his life. His new home will have hens of a similar size with room to strut around and exercise.

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4. Mice

The centre is also looking to rehome a group of male mice who were abandoned. The could be rehomed as a group of seven or in smaller groups.

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