Meet these 8 pets who are up for adoption in Derbyshire and looking for their fur-ever home

Are you looking to add a new pet to your home and have plenty of love to give? If so, these delightful dogs and fabulous felines could be just what you're looking for.

Thursday, 11th April 2019, 6:35 pm
Updated Thursday, 11th April 2019, 6:44 pm
Meet Paws, who is up for adoption

They are all residents of the Chesterfield and North Derbyshire branch of the RSPCA, which is open seven days a week. For more information on these pets and others, either call 01246 273358 or CLICK HERE to visit the website.

Six-year-old chihuahua Charlie is a very nervous little dog but once he gets to know you he is very friendly. He feels much more confident and settled when he is with another dog so it is recommended that he is re-homed with an existing dog.
Nine-year-old Tilly is very timid and needs a slow and calm home to help her come out of her shell. Once she trusts you she will cuddle into you all day if she gets the chance.

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Staffordshire bull terrier Ruby is ten and a very loving dog who is always happy to see people. She enjoys going out for her walks and then loves to have a snooze. She would suit a family of all ages however a calm and steady home would be lovely for her.
Three-year-old Star is a lovely cat who is playful, friendly and loves lots of fuss. She is best suited to a home with children over five years old but needs to be the only cat.
Missy is a four-year-old Staffy who is a lovely, friendly and playful dog, but she is very nervous of people that she doesnt know. She will need an experienced owner who has the time and patience to devote to her training.
Six-year-old Candy is very shy at first but once she gets to know you she loves nothing more than being fussed. She would be best in a home as the only pet with children five years or above.
Crossbreed Paws is five years old. She can be a nervous dog until she gets to know you. She will need an active owner who can keep up with her on the long walks that she loves to go on and will be happy to play with her and her toys for hours.
Due to where Bardot came from, the two-year-old is very timid and unsure of new situations and people. But given time and patience she will soon come around and be extremely friendly. She would be best suited for a family with children over the age of ten.