Meet these 11 adorable pets up for adoption in Derbyshire - and hoping you can give them a new home

These dogs, cats and rabbits are residents of the RSPCA branch in Chesterfield. Can you find room in your heart - and home - and give them the love they deserve?

Friday, 5th April 2019, 12:07 pm
Updated Friday, 5th April 2019, 12:14 pm
Horris is looking for a new home

If you think you can, then get yourself along to the Chesterfield and North Derbyshire branch of the RSPCA on Spital Lane, Chesterfield, give the base a call on 01246 273358, or CLICK HERE to visit the website for more information on these cuties and others.

Terrier cross Smoothie is 12 years old and is looking for an adult-only family as the only pet as he can be quite reactive and unsure of new people.
Lurcher-type breed Drift is a two-year-old male. He would be best placed with children aged ten and up, can live with other dogs, but not cats or small furries. Hes a special fellow and a handsome lad.
Female patterdale Fly is ten. She likes a fuss but only on her terms. She needs an experienced adult-only home as the only dog so she can get all the love, attention and training she needs.
Six-year-old chihuahua Norman came from a multi-dog household so is used to other dogs but due to this he can be very protective around food and treats so would be best placed as an only dog as the only pet.
Old English male Snookie is seven months old. He is very timid and really only interacts with people he knows and trusts. He is a lovely boy, very sensitive and once he gets to know you and when well handled he will sit beside you.
Female dwarf Charlotte is six months old and is a lovely rabbit was born at the RSPCA centre after her mum was brought in.
Six-year-old chihuahua Horris came from a multi-dog household. He can be protective around food and treats so would be best placed as as the only pet. He can be very timid to new people and surroundings so slow introductions would be best.
Eight-year-old Dexter is a lovely friendly cat who just loves being fussed and cuddled. He would be suitable for family with children over the age of five and could live happily with other cats.
Staffy cross Cococ is a one-year-old looking for quite a specific home with an adult-only family where there are no other pets. This will give her the best opportunity for happiness and the ideal situation for her to settle.
Eye-catching Kia is a six-year-old male who is very shy and timid and would need gradual introductions to new people and environments. She does scare easily so would be best placed with children seven years and older.
Six-year-old American bulldog Sam is looking for an experienced large-dog owner and an adult-only home. He would also be best as the only pet too. If this sounds like your home, then Sam could be just the one.