Lacey finally moves on to a new home

We’re delighted when some of our longer stay animals go to new homes, but they are always such a miss.

Sunday, 24th February 2019, 14:03 pm
Updated Monday, 18th February 2019, 12:26 pm
Berwick animal rescue kennels

Lacey, after six long months, has found her new home and has settled very well, but we so miss the way she greeted us in the morning and only got out of bed when she knew there was something in it for her.

When one leaves, sadly, usually their space is taken very quickly and that was the case with Lacey’s bed when we were joined by two very sweet Chihuahua crosses.

We had been told they could be rehomed separately, but at the moment they become very stressed so we are looking to see if they can be separated and if not we will need to re-look for homes where they can go together.

Flynn is such a smart lurcher with a beautiful shiny coat and a happy attitude to life. He is full of energy and loves to play.

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Cooper, the German shepherd, has been quite poorly, but we think we’ve turned the corner and are now looking for a new home. Cooper is just great, he walks well on a lead and has been excellent around other dogs. He will love a home with lots of company where he can continue his progress.

Indie, the overweight male Dalmatian, cannot be called that anymore. He is looking decidedly trim. He may be coming up to nine, but with his recent weight loss he has a new spring in his step.

Oreo is a nice, black and white, male cat, around five years old. Sadly, his owners, having moved just a short while away, cannot stop him going back to his old house and as this is across a busy road they have made the decision to rehome him. For this reason he cannot go to the Berwick area.

We’re delighted that Upper West Street will be holding an afternoon tea and raffle in aid of BARK on Thursday, March 14, including a selection of homemade scones, cakes, traybakes, sandwiches and unlimited Northumberland Tea. Tickets are on sale at £12 from Upper West Street and are limited so best get in quick.