He may only have one eye, but one year-old black-and-white moggy Cookie has twice the amount of love to give a new owner.
Cookie was taken into RSPCA care at the Mount Noddy Centre, Chichester, in November after being hit by a car as he had to have a series of operations which his owner could not afford.
His eye was so damaged it needed to be removed and he also suffered from a broken jaw, which had to be wired for six months.
A spokesperson for the centre said: “Cookie, is a lovely, affectionate cat who is a firm favourite at the centre. After his ordeal on the road and in surgery, he really needs some extra love this Valentines and a forever, happy home.”
Dolly and Dora are two ten year-old, black rabbits who have been inseparable for all their lives.
They have been in the RSPCA’s care since 2012 and need a home but shouldn’t be separated in their old age.
A centre spokesperson said: “We are asking potential re-homers to spare a thought for the inseparable couple this Valentine’s Day and consider taking on both animals for double the love.
“They arrived at our Mount Noddy centre after their owner could no longer care for them. They are very sweet and loving rabbits and still have lots of life left in them.”
To re-home Cookie or Dolly and Dora contact 01243 773359 .