A north-east animal charity is set to host a week full of fun to allow for their longest residents to find forever homes.
The Scottish SPCA centre will be celebrating #RehomingWeek2019 and are inviting locals to hear all about the animals, including a snake called William Wallace.
The week, which is from May 13-19 , will be kicked off with an open day on May 11 between 12pm-4pm at the Scottish SPCA animal rescue and rehoming centre in Drumoak.
Manager of the Scottish SPCA animal rescue centre in Aberdeen, Graeme Innes, said: “Previous open days have proven to be tremendous fun for humans and animals, and we expect this one to deliver fun for all the family.
“We have a scavenger hunt, carnival games, a farrier making horse shoes, refreshment vans and so much more.
“Rehoming Week is the perfect time to try and find these pets a loving new home as we’re able to spread the word about all the wonderful animals in our care and share information about the rehoming process with the public.”