Beckham’s namesakes looking for a new home

Can you home Beckham's namesakes?
Can you home Beckham's namesakes?
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NAMED after David Beckham’s famous sons, Romeo and Brooklyn, pictured above, are both looking for new homes.

The six-month-old kittens were part of an unwanted litter that was handed into the Blue Cross Adoption Centre in Lewknor.

They came in as timid little kittens but are now growing in confidence.

The pair would be best suited to an older family home as they get nervous around small children.

Rudey, pictured right, is also hoping somebody will take him in this summer.

The one-year-old is a typical staffie who loves fuss and cuddles and adores running around on his walks and playing with squeaky toys.

If you can help any of these animals, please call the centre on 01844 355293.

The pair are growing in confidence after being handed into the Blue Cross adoption centre at Lewknor six months ago and the staff there are hoping someone will housas part of an unwanted litter and are

Homeless Rudey, the Staffordshire Bull terrier, proves these loving dogs can make brilliant family pets.

This one-year-old boy was brought into The Blue Cross adoption centre in Lewknor earlier this month through no fault of his own due to a relationship breakdown.

He is a typical staffie who loves fuss and cuddles and adores running around on his walks and playing with squeaky toys. Rudey is house-trained, walks nicely on a lead, and is used to a family environment.

He would be great in a home with teenagers, where someone is around for at least some of the day, and he could potentially live with another dog.

Like their famous namesakes, Romeo and Brooklyn are a pair of handsome young boys who were handed in to The Blue Cross as part of an unwanted litter.

The six-month-old kittens, named after two of David Beckham’s sons, came in as timid little boys but their confidence is growing every day.

Staff at the charity would love to find them a home together, as they thrive in each other’s company. When they do not know that anyone is watching, they often love to play with little mouse toys together.

They would be best suited to an older family home, as they can be nervous around young children, and could possibly live with an older, calm dog.

If you can offer this gorgeous duo a home or would like to adopt Rudey, please contact The Lewknor Blue Cross in London Road on 01844 355293 or visit www.bluecross.org.uk.