RSPCA Perfect Pets


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These stories present our faithful furry companions in starring roles as they try their best to get along with us, their owners, in the hope that we can do the same for them.

Thankfully, all have a happy ending. You can now enjoy the full series right here online, just click!

Cassie the Posh Cat – Staying In Shape.  Read by Louise Buck.

Cassie is a very posh cat. She loves to look smart and likes nothing better than to be groomed by her owner, Mylin Singh…

To hear Cassie’s story, just click the play button under her picture!

Chalk and Cheese – Town and Country Mice.

Chalk was a little white mouse. His brother cheese was brown. They were always together and slept on top of each other in a pile.

The mice were for sale in Homefield petshop…

Bob The Old English Sheepdog – Please Take Me Home.

Meet Bob. He’s an Old English Sheepdog, who lives with the Hendersons. He’s only a puppy, full of energy and fun.

Mr Henderson bought Bob for his wife’s Birthday…


Scraps The Labrador Puppy – A Friend For Life.

It was late on Christmas Eve.  Dave Perkins needed a present for his girlfriend Chrissy.

He spotted a Labrador puppy in the pet shop window….

Lucky The Cat – Be Patient With Me.

Peter Pearce was very excited. His mother had taken him to Homefield shopping center, to choose a pet.

“I’d like that little cat called Lucky please….”

To hear Lucky’s story, just click the play button beside her picture!

Hamish the Hamste – Star of the Show.

One evening, David Dobson spotted a notice outside his house.

“There’s a Pet Show at the RSPCA animal center”, he cried excitedly.

“I can enter Hamish….”


Ruff the Lively Rascle – A Good Dog is a Safe Dog.

Ruff was a mongrel owned by Toby Moore and his family. The young dog was full of energy. Every day he’d wake his master up to take him for a walk.

One morning, Ruff was bursting for some exercise….

Rosie the Rabbit – Will You be My Friend?

Rosie was a grey and white rabbit. She had lovely soft fur, great big ears and a nose that twitched all the time.

Rosie lived with another rabbit called Snowball, in holly Buxton’s garden.


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