Christmas may be over but do you have room for some Mistletoe in your home?
This gorgeous feline is looking for a loving new owner to care for her.
Mistletoe was taken into a vets with a fractured pelvis before being moved to the RSPCA Animal Centre in Stalmine once it had healed.
It is thought she is around three to six years old.
Natasha Henderson, spokesman for the centre, said: “She loves attention and exploring.
“She is always on the go and rubs her head against your hand for fuss.
“She’s also very playful, and should be suitable to live with other cats and children.”
She is £65 to adopt and is neutered, flead, chipped, vaccinated.
Meanwhile, four lovely rabbits previously featured in The Gazette are still looking for a new home.
Arthur, Bambi, Luna and Pepper are all about aged one.
They need a hutch with a run attached and can go with other neutered rabbits as a pair rather than living alone.
The rabbits cost £40 each and come neutered, flead, wormed, chipped and vaccinated .
The RSPCA is running free micro-chipping events.
Pet owners can take their animals, which have to be over 12 weeks old, along to community flat 56, Winnipeg Place, Bispham, from 11am until 3pm on Tuesday March 10.
Or visit the community centre on Gorton Street, Blackpool, between 11am and 3pm on Thursday, March 12.
Anyone who would like to adopt an animal from the RSPCA centre can call (01253) 703000.