As expected, due to having to suspend rehoming with the latest lockdown, adoptions were quiet this month, but we still managed to find new homes for 2 dogs and 1 cat, as well as securing a rescue space for another dog.
This month saw 13 Dogs and 8 Cats find their new homes, 2 of which were placed by our amazing rescue network. This includes Winnie, who went to foster through rescue on Christmas Eve.
This month we are happy to say that 15 dogs and 6 cats found their new forever homes!
Our opening times will be changing over the Christmas period. Please find details below.
Xmas Eve: 9.00am – 2.00pm
Xmas Day: Closed
Boxing Day: Closed
Sunday 27th December: Closed
Monday 28th December: Closed
Tuesday 29th December & Wednesday 30th December: Open as normal
New Years Eve: 9.00am – 2.00pm
New Years Day: Closed
From Saturday January 2nd: Open as normal
This month we were pleased to see 12 dogs and 12 cats find their forever homes.
We were also happy to see 3 of the doggies go to foster through our rescue helpers, including Julie and Judy.
This month we found homes for 15 dogs and our rescue friends kindly found a place for one.
We also placed 8 cats with new families and were particularly pleased to see Daisy find her new home.
This month has been a little busier than last, having seen 11 dogs and 12 cats go to their new homes, as well as 5 dogs that were found places with other rescues.
We were especially pleased to see Duchess go to a new home after waiting patiently for 6 months. We hope she fits in and makes this her last move!
This has been a slightly quieter month for us in terms of rehoming, having found new families for 11 dogs, but a busier one for our rescue helpers, who’ve taken on 6 of our more ‘needy’ dogs this month, which we’re really grateful for.
We’ve also had a quieter month in the cattery, finding new homes for 5 cats in July.
Although we’re still adapting to the new situation we’re happy to say that this month we found homes for 17 cats and 13 dogs, including Bear, who had been with us since February, and initially had a lot of interest from people who thought he was a German Pointer, but this sadly dwindled when they realised he wasn’t! Hopefully this will be his happy ending.
As we got clearance to start rehoming again this month we’ve slowly started getting back to doing what we love to do, finding new families for the cats and dogs left with us. It took some organising but we are happy to say we found new homes for 19 dogs and 13 cats in May. We also had 3 dogs kindly taken on by other rescues, including old girl Roxy, who was waiting for a home for 3 months.