Here is a selection of animals from the Ashley Heath Animal Centre in Dorset who are looking for their forever home.

Located on the border with Hampshire, the centre offers care for its animals in rural surroundings.

A few animals from the centre are listed below but more can be found on the centre's website.

If you wanted to donate to the Ashley Heath Animal Centre to support their work you can do so at their website.


Dorset Echo: CasparCaspar (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - One-year-old

Breed - Lurcher crossbreed

Colour - Black and White

If you want to adopt Caspar you can view their full profile here.

Caspar is described as a dog with a "real zest for life" who loves playing with his toys and game of fetch.

He is friendly with other dogs and would be best suited to living with a calm-natured dog pending introductions at the RSPCA centre.

Caspar can be worried by traffic passing him at close proximity, so a home within a rural setting with access to a good-sized garden would be helpful for him.


Dorset Echo: PorkPork (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - 16 years old

Breed - Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour - Black and White

If you want to adopt Pork you can view their full profile here.

Pork is described as a "sweet senior gentleman" who found himself in the care of the RSPCA due to his owner's "ill health".

He was a little shy when he first arrived at the centre, but after a little encouragement, he settled in very well.

Pork is currently fed on a sensitive diet, so this will need to be continued in his new home.

Additionally, he is not to be rehomed within five miles of Burton (BH23).


Dorset Echo: BanditBandit (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - One year old

Breed - Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour - Black and White

If you want to adopt Bandit you can view their full profile here.

Bandit came into the RSPCA after his owner was sadly unable to look after him anymore.

He is described as very "playful" and enjoys running around and spending time with people.

It is thought it would be beneficial for Bandit to live with another friendly cat who would help him become more confident.

Dahlia and Daffy

Dorset Echo: Dahlia and DaffyDahlia and Daffy (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - Between three and six months old

Breed - Domestic

Colour - Black and White

If you want to adopt Dahlia and Daffy you can view their full profile here.

Dahlia and hutch mate Daffy are now looking for their new home together after coming from a multi-rabbit household.

Both have been used to being around people from a young age, so they are both confident and inquisitive.

They both enjoy exploring and are used to being handled when needed.

As a lionhead Daffy will require his longer fur to be regularly brushed to ensure he doesn't get tangled and matted.