Cats, dogs and even some cockerels
Have you got room for a cockerel?
We have been asked to help find homes for a couple of youngsters. They are friendly and looking for their own little flocks. Of course, these are not staying with us at kennels, but if you have the right home for them please do give us a ring and we can put you in contact.
We have some beautiful cats looking for homes, white to black with most colours in between.
We have all fallen for the lovely Rosie. She looks a little bit like a short-haired British with torti colouring. We think she is probably into double figures. Rosie is a chatty girl and appears to be very affectionate. She wants a quiet retirement home where she will make a loving companion.
Titch is a ginger cat, around seven years old. He is very affectionate and playful.
Betsy (the stray who came in badly injured) has done well and is now keen to find a new home. She is very sweet and is enjoying being cosy and warm, but who can blame her after what she has been through? She is a very attractive tabby and quite petite.
Malcolm is a ferret and was born last year. He appears well handled and is a handsome boy.
We also have a pair of hairy guineas looking for homes, a really chatty pair.
Jax, a small to medium cross, has had a lot of interest, but the homes have all fallen through. We’ve found him to be a loving, sociable boy, although he had a few issues in his previous home and can’t be rehomed with children.
Georgie is an Aislinge Bray terrier and just a youngster. He had issues in his previous home and, at least initially, needs to be an only dog. He has complex behavioural issues, but with time and dedication has potential to be a super boy.
We can’t work out why golden oldie Indie hasn’t got the offer of a home. He is a stunning Dalmatian who since coming in has trimmed his waistline a good few inches and is clearly feeling much better for it.
Next week sees the afternoon tea at Upper West Street. Pop in to buy your tickets.