Cattery facilities are coming under strain
We have taken two stray cats in this week. One is a white with some black and tabby markings from the Milfield area, the other has a distinctive black going to brown with some white coat, found in central Berwick.
Both are unneutered. Any information on owners would be appreciated before these two are put up for homing.
Unfortunately, the addition of these two has put extra strain on our cattery spaces.
Brock is settling back into kennels. He is a medium sized dog, who has some Glen of Imaan terrier in him. He is a strong boy who loves his walks, particularly at the beach, and enjoys a game of ball. He’s been ok around the other dogs, although we are told he is not keen on dogs smaller than him.
Alfie, who is a small dog, is settling in. He is learning to trust us and has a very sweet side to him. Any potential owner will need to make numerous trips to the kennels to build up his trust. He will be best suited to a quiet home without too many visitors.
We have some great bunnies in The Hop Inn. All our bunnies are neutered so there is no chance of unexpected litters.
Beau is a super little black and white Dutch female. She is so gentle and loves her cuddles and her vegetables. If you’d like a fluff ball look no further than Parsnip, who is white, or Pumpkin, who is a deep ginger colour. Another stunner is Gail, probably a rex and a deep black and tan colour.
We are still looking for homes for our degus, and we also have some bantam cockerels looking for individual homes.
We are having a spring raffle with prizes including a luxury hamper, pet hamper, cuddly toy, animal picture, bottles and others. Tickets are on sale in our shop at £1, to be drawn at our Furry Friends Fun Day on April 2.
We are also running an art competition during March. See our website for details, or pop into our shop to pick up pictures to colour in, or for details of our Easter bonnet or egg decorating competition.