Huskies Suki and Roki at RSPCA Sheffield are hoping to melt people’s hearts with their appealing looks and sweet personalities.
Having been cared for by RSPCA Sheffield, the two are looking for a caring, loving home with a consistent routine.
Tony Benham, animal care manager at the Attercliffe-based charity, said: “Suki and Roki came in together and we would like, if possible, to rehome them together. It seems a shame to split them up as they draw security and love from each other, even though we don’t think they are related.
“It’s a real joy to watch them playing and interacting.”
Suki is a grey, smooth-coated girl and is thought to be aged about three years and nine months, while Roki is a black and cream, long-haired boy who is believed to be aged about three years and seven months.
Tony said: “Initially, Suki is a bit shy, but she blossoms once she knows you.
“She is looking for a patient home with owners who have some experience of dogs and who can be sensitive to her needs in return for the oodles of love she has to give.
“Roki is a bouncy, excitable fella, packed full of lovable personality, who gives lots of confidence to Suki.”
n For more information, or to meet Suki and Roki, contact RSPCA Sheffield, Stadium Way, on 0114 2898050.