An animal welfare charity is dedicating a week to the plight of older animals looking for new homes.
The Scottish SPCA is running a Rehoming Week from May 7 to 13 to remind anyone looking to buy or rehome an animal to consider one of the older animals within their centre in Drumoak, including horses like Ted.
Scottish SPCA chief executive Kirsteen Campbell said: “We have seen a change in the demographic of the animals that come into our care over the years.
“We’re now caring for older animals with more complex health conditions. While our expert teams are well placed to give these animals the love and care they need, we know that nothing compares to a loving forever home.
“Rehoming week is the perfect time to try and find these ‘golden oldies’ a loving new home as we’re spreading the word about all the wonderful animals in our care.”
Anyone interested in rehoming from Scottish SPCA can visit the Aberdeenshire rehoming centre between 10am to 4pm apart from Tuesdays when the centre is closed.