A horse and donkey duo are looking to be rehomed by the Scottish SPCA in Aberdeen.
The pair, named Tully and Eric, are being cared for at the charity’s centre in Aberdeen.
Tully and Eric came into the care of the Scottish SPCA when their owner was no longer able to look after them after a change in circumstances.
Centre manager Graeme Innes said: “These boys really enjoy being in each other’s company and would be heartbroken if we split them up.
“It’s an odd pairing with Eric being a donkey and Tully being a warmblood cross, but who are we to judge?
“They’re enjoying being at our centre as they’ve been getting quite a bit of attention from our staff but we know they’d love to find a permanent home.”
Graeme added: “Adorable Eric loves to hee haw as the staff walk by so he can get treats and cuddles.
“They’re looking for a retirement home where they can live out all year round with some shelter for when the colder days set in.”
Anyone who can offer Tully and Eric a suitable new home can contact the Scottish SPCA’s centre in Aberdeen on 03000 999 999.