Plants and pets are ready for open day

The kennels is looking amazing, with the biggest array of plants ready for our sale this Saturday, May 26.

Thursday, 24th May 2018, 16:22 pm
Updated Monday, 21st May 2018, 16:01 pm
Berwick animal rescue kennels

Prices range from 50p to £4.50, and there are plants to suit every type of garden and gardener.

Starting at noon, our kennels will also be open until 3pm, although plants may be on sale a bit longer.

It is sure to be a busy day.

Refreshments will be on sale throughout the afternoon so please do come and join us.

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Barty and Cedric are young cats, around 18 months old, and are looking for a new home together.

They are a sweet pair, who need a bit of time to get to know you, but then have loving natures. They are never far from each other so it would only be right to keep them together.

Ginger is definitely the order of the day at the kennels, with ginger cats everywhere you turn, pairs and singles.

We have just the one little black kitten that will be ready to be reserved on Saturday. The jury is out on whether it is a Daisy or a Kevin at the moment.

We have a couple of pairs of rabbits and one single.

All of our rabbits are neutered and receive their mixi and VHD vaccinations. Both are essential for healthy rabbits.

It is surprising that Teddy the Pug-cross is still with us.

He is a very bright, intelligent boy, who does require both physical and mental needs to be met. He would do brilliantly at agility and is going to be a credit to any owners that put that little bit extra into him.

Similarly, the now not so little pup is still waiting for a home. He is coming up to four months now and is just a beauty. He loves to play, is enjoying his walks and loves to learn and show off how bright he is. He’s a lovable lurcher who will be a real learner, as they all are, when he gets a bit bigger.

Meg is the most fantastic collie. She loves nothing more than a good cuddle. She would probably like a quieter life without other dogs, just so she doesn’t have to compete for cuddles.