Time running out to rehome by Christmas
Cleo and Khaleesi are mum and daughter, both just youngsters.
Not only are they pretty, but also very loving, once they’ve learnt who you are.
Rose has changed so much since coming in and with regular grooming, which she loves, her coat is coming on a treat. She is probably in her early teens, but appears to be getting younger.
Jack is an enormous tabby who has been stray. He can be timid, but once he knows you aren’t going to hurt him what a soppy boy he is.
We also have kittens John and Yoko that we are looking to rehome together. Both purr constantly.
Our quota of Jack Russells is going up. We have now been joined by Maggie, aged five, so with Buster, Ritchie and Barney, that makes four.
Another Jack is turning into a great character, a lab-cross. He is one bright boy.
Similarly, Gypsy is super bright. Why she is still with us is a mystery. She’s sociable, loving and intelligent, and only just had her first birthday.
Lacey is another dog that we cannot understand gets no interest. She is pretty, walks well, loves a fuss and is very much a lurcher, leaning just at the right angle to scratch her ears.
Time is running out to find a home before Christmas as we stop rehoming before December 15 and don’t reopen until January 5.
Raffle tickets for our Christmas Hamper are on sale until Saturday, December 15, with the draw at 3pm. Tickets are £1. As well as our shop and kennels, they are on sale at Galedin Vets and Direct Pets.
We are often asked what we would like as a Christmas present for the animals. We have a wish-list on Amazon, but Direct Pets has a list of items that would be very much appreciated. Galedin is doing a shoebox appeal for the animals at BARK and the Greyhound Trust.
Many thanks to Paxton House for inviting us to its Christmas Cracker event last weekend. We had a great time and the proceeds of the tombola on the Sunday went straight to BARK.
A very welcome boost for an exceptionally well organised event.