Adopt a pet: Could you help rehome any of these animals?

Are you looking to get a new pet? Why not adopt one of these adorable pets from Mrs Murray’s Cat and Dog Home.


Cola is a boisterous girl with lots of energy to burn off.

Unfortunately her background is unknown, but at about 10 months old she is still young and will need further training to learn manners and blossom.

Cola can also be mouthy when she gets excited. She would suit an active home where she can enjoy outdoor activities with you.

She has featured previously, but is still patiently waiting for her forever home.


Can you offer a loving home to sweet Lola?

She is a five-year-old indoor cat who has been around children, but is not used to other animals.
Lola is a quiet girl and she is more than happy spending her time lounging around in a cosy bed – although a cheeky ear-rub is always appreciated.

Good-natured Lola is neutered and would love to be welcomed into her forever home.


At just five months old, cheeky Tufty is lots of fun and loves to play.

She is used to living with other cats and loves being in their company – she would be delighted to find a home with a feline friend that she could play with.

There is no history on how she is with dogs or children, but she is young enough to be introduced to them. Tufty has been neutered and would love outdoor access to explore further.

Mrs Murray’s Home for Stray Dogs and Cats
Brickfield, East Seaton 
Aberdeen AB24 1XL

Tel: 01224 483624 
Fax: 01224 486165