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Rehomed Animals

The animals listed below have now found permanent loving new homes.

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Tiny Tina, Jessie

Tiny Tina, Jessie

DSH - female

Tiny Tina, Jessie was adopted on 30 March 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Blacky

Blacky

DSH - female

Blacky appears to have been dumped and has had to fend for herself for a number of months.However now she is safe in foster care and is starting to enjoy the good life. Blacky was overgrooming due to stress when on the streets but she's definitely relaxing now and her hair on her tail and legs is already starting to re-grow. Blacky is quite an independent cat who likes equal time by herself and with her owner and she is fine as an indoor/outdoor cat. She is very faithful and is starting to come when you call her. During the day, she will sit outside the front door, or on the top part of the driveway and never move, just happy to take in the scenery. Blacky will need a family that is understanding that she will take little while to learn to trust them but if you are slow and gentle she is happy to sit on your lap and enjoy a scratch. She particularly likes being scratched on the back of her head. Blacky is a lovely young girl who really deserves a chance at a normal, loving, family life.

Blacky was adopted on 27 March 2011 after 5 days in foster care

Madaline

Madaline

DSH - female

These kittens were born in care after their mum was saved from being a street cat. they are all lovely little kittens that are friendly and have met dogs before. If you can offer one of these kittens a home please conatct me.

Madaline was adopted on 26 March 2011 after 4 weeks in foster care

Willow, Moet

Willow, Moet

female

Willow: medium haired white, orange and charcoal female kitten. sweet, quiet and beautiful about 12 weeks old.

Moet: medium haired pale champagne and white male kitten about 12 weeks. stunningly beautiful, also sweet and quiet. brother to Willow and Saffron.

Willow, Moet was adopted on 26 March 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Eenie, Meenie, Minie

Eenie, Meenie, Minie

DMH - female

These 3 siblings were dumped at the pound in a box when only a few weeks old. They are little fighers and have just overcome a nasty gastro bug and are now putting on weight and wrestling with each other and any other cat they can find like there is no tomorrow. These 3 girls are friendly, easy to handle and will have very pretty medium/long coats when fully grown. They are available after 19th March

Eenie, Meenie, Minie was adopted on 25 March 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Fleur

Fleur

Border Collie x Collie Rough - female

Fleur is a very friendly loving pup who loves playing with her ball and toys. She gets along well with the other dogs she is currently homed with and is very gently with children.Fleur has the typical Collie Rough nature and just loves being with people

Fleur was adopted on 24 March 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Libby and Jackson

Libby and Jackson

Pomeranian x - male

Libby and Jackson have just come into care after being rescued from the pound. At first I thought their nervousness and timidity was due to the change of environment but it is now very apparent that they have been the victims of abuse. Despite this though, they are the most loving and friendly dogs when they come to trust you. As soon as they see me now, they come running over wanting a pat or a scratch on the tummy. They love playing with each other and it's really heartening seeing them chasing each other around my backyard, just relaxing and having fun. Neither Libby or Jackson show any interest in the cats I have and will often be seen sharing their bed or their food with them. Both are beginning to allow my children to get close to them but only if they are gentle and quiet in their approach. Unfortunately, neither dog is able to be walked at the moment as the sight of a lead or chain causes an incredible amount of stress and fear. At this point in time I believe it is imperative that these dogs are adopted together as when they are apart from each other both tend to fret and become quite upset. If you feel you can offer these beautiful puppies a loving and nurturing home please contact me. With a bit of time and patience I really believe you'll be rewarded with two very special companions.

Libby and Jackson was adopted on 24 March 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Ozzie

Ozzie

Thoroughbred Gelding

Ozzie has a sweet disposition and is very friendly, he's a gentleman to catch, feed,groom and trim. He's broken to saddle and is quiet and willing, however he's sufferedpast abuse so is best suited to an experienced rider. Ozzie's been retrained withnatural horsemanship principles and is most calm and happy when ridden in ahackamore/bosal so is seeking an owner who's willing to continue this. Ozzie's anhonest and kind horse who's looking for a family home where he'll receive lots of loveand attention and be taken on occasional pleasure rides.

Ozzie was adopted on 21 March 2011 after 2 days in foster care

Teena

Teena

Foxie x Chihuahua

Update 25/11/2010:Since being in foster care Teena has really come out of her shell, she likes playing ball (she is learning to bring it back!) and being involved in family activities, she still loves to follow you where ever you go. Teena has recently been in contact with children she loves playing and she is very gentle around them so a family home would be great for her. She walks great on the lead and really enjoys car rides.

Teena is a very sweet natured little girl. She loves nothing more than to have human company and to be an indoor dog. Teena is the kind of dog that will follow you where ever you go, she loves to snuggle on your lap and gives plently of cuddles and kisses. Due to Teena's quite nature a home with no children is best. She would suit a person who is home alot to give her company. Teena does get on with other dogs and cats.

Teena was adopted on 21 March 2011 after 7 months in foster care

Frank

Frank

DSH - male

If you are looking for the perfect cat then look no further than Frank.Frank LOVES people he is great with kids he likes other cats as he has been around them from day 1 and he is fine with dogs big and small. Frank is a purring machine and would fit into any household with ease.

Frank was adopted on 20 March 2011 after 2 weeks in foster care