This sweet little nine-year-old lady came to Oak Tree when her owners became too unwell to care for her. Pip is a confident girl with lots of character and she loves to greet everyone.

With her cheeky charm you would never know she has pancreatitis, but her condition can be easily managed with her specific diet.

Pip can fit in to many families, including those with young children, as long as there is plenty of cuddles, gentle strolls and management of her condition.

Could you provide this wonderfully charismatic Norfolk terrier with her forever home?

Scampi and Chips

This dynamic duo are full of love to give. Scampi and Chips are brother and sister aged 10 months. They are looking for a home together as they are very bonded. They have lived indoors up to now, so possibly could do again. If they are fortunate enough to find a home with outdoor access, this would ideally be away from busy roads and traffic, which they are unused to.

Scampi and Chips are a sweet pair of cats who possibly could live with older children. They are used to visiting dogs so could live with a laid back dog that was used to cats.

Could this pair hold the key to your heart?

n All animals from Oak Tree Animals’ Charity have received full behavioural and veterinary assessments, are neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated. Horses are passported. Dogs and cats rehomed from Oak Tree Animals’ Charity also benefit from four weeks free pet insurance. For more information about rehoming an animal from Oak Tree please call 01228 560082 or visit www.oaktreeanimals.org.uk