This lucky bunch were saved by a keen eyed RSPCA inspector, he was called to cat that had been hit by a cat and sadly passed away, noticing that mummy had milk he went on the hunt for her kittens and found them in a ditch near by! They were then brought to us for rearing. These three are just over 4 weeks and will be ready to go when they are 12 weeks old, we will keep you all posted on their progress!
Trixie is a 6 year old Newfoundland cross Great Dane. Trixie came in to the rescue as her owners had divorced, Trixie was pretty much her Dads dog and as Daddy could not take her as he was having to move in to rented accommodation, she was left with Mum who did not have the skills, strength or knowledge to deal with Trixie.
Trixie was a first dog for her previous owners and they had her from 12 weeks old, sadly due to a incident when she was a puppy her owner took to walking her first thing in the morning and last thing at night, which meant poor Trixie never got the socialization she needed and had never been off the lead. So coming in to the rescue Trixie had a lot to learn!
Luckily for us Trixie is a gentle natured dog and took all of her training in her stride! She is great with other dogs of all sizes, she is a klutz so would not be suitable to live with toy breeds. This girl is extremely tolerant of little dogs, she has been attacked several times out on walks and just comes away looking offended!! When big dogs have a pop at her she will woof back, bundles them and tries to get them to play, which surprisingly seems to work!!
Trixie is not good with cats or small animals, she wants to chase and play with them! She is brilliant with horses and likes giving them kisses and playing, she ignores all of the livestock on the forest. Trixie walks well on a halti, however we have been trying to teach her to walk well on a lead, which is coming on fabulously, she is great off the lead, her recall is fabulous 90% of the time, however since being introduced to other dogs, she has now become a socialite!! and sometimes will go conveniently deaf when she see’s another dog! Trixie is great in the car and had learnt to use a ramp to get in and out of the back of our 4×4.
Trixie can be left for up to 5 hours, she is clean in the house and has not been destructive. Trixie is predominantly a one person dog and will glue to that person, so she will need a owner who has experience with big dogs and who can be firm and keep her inline, otherwise she gets anxious. Although she is 6 she is as fit as a fiddle and has two walks a day, she loves to go out to the pub, horse shows and she even took part in a terrier race!! Trixie is learning to swim at present and is a brilliant fun loving dog.
Trixie is fully vaccinated, micro chipped and neutered. If you feel you could offer Trixie a home either call 02380 893188 or e-mail [email protected]
Pickle is a 10 week old domestic long hair female neutered kitten. Pickle was found with her brother and sisters dumped in a garage when they were just 6 weeks old. They had obviously not had much handling and were so scared.
They have now had lots of handling and re-rehabilitation and will be ready to go to new homes shortly.
Due to having such a rough start in life Pickle is a very shy kitten, she is very much a one person cat and really needs to get to know you before she trusts you. This beautiful little girl is not bothered by dogs, but would not suit a lively household, she would really suit a laid back quiet house and a family that will give her time to come round to them.
Pickle is fully vaccinated, micro chipped, neutered and fiv and felv tested. If you feel you could offer pickle a new home either call 02380 893188 or e-mail [email protected]
Little Miss Stomp is a 9 month old female neutered rabbit. This lovely little girl has had little handling, so although she is not aggressive she will try and get away and scratch as she tries. We are working on handling her little and often which is working really well.
She has this beautiful Angora coat which will needs brushing once a day, she has never been brushed before and again we are doing this a little at a time everyday so she can learn that we are not trying to kill her and that it can be pleasurable. Little Miss Stomp is currently living with neutered male and female rabbits happily and will need to go to a home where she has the company of another rabbit.
Little Miss Stomp is full vaccinated, micro chipped and neutered. If you feel you can offer her a home either call 02380 893188 or e-mail [email protected]
Lulu was abandoned at a Yorkshire pound last week, she is around 15 years old. Left in the cold and having to serve her seven days in a cold kennel, her arthritic legs began to suffer.
All Animal Rescue have taken many oldies over the years and successfully re-homed many, however lovely Lulu has many health conditions and suffers from server separation anxiety, we feel this is caused by the way she was abandoned. So the lovely Lulu is living with Sarah and Ross at there home until her time comes to go to Rainbow bridge.
Lulu is now receiving the medical treatment she deserves and is now comfortable and again able to enjoy life.
Sammy is a 12 year old Senegal parrot. Sammy came in to the rescue as his owner had to downsize in to a flat and the neighbours were not impressed with his singing. Sammy is predominantly a women’s bird, however he does like calm men, he talks a little bit, sings and sqwarks when he is not getting what he wants!!
He is fairly easy to handle, he knows to step up and step down, he must be able to have time out of the cage, as he has always been used to this, the only time we put him away is when we are unable to supervise him. His previous owner worked full time so he is used to being left with the radio on. Sammy has never lived with dogs or cats, however he has taken to it well and is not bothered by them at all.
Sammy needs to go to a home that have knowledge of caring for parrots, no children (he hates the noise of them and continuously sqwarks until they leave), other pets are allowed as long as they are used to sharing with birds, as we don’t want him feeling hunted all the time, finally he can only go to a home that is either semi detached with thick walls or a detached property, this may sound a bit pedantic but parrots do not cope with change, he previous owner had him from the age of 2, so he had one upheaval there and then one to here and we want the next move to be his final, we shall do our up most to make sure of it, for this beautiful larger than life character.
If you feel you can offer Sammy a home either call 02380 893188 or e-mail [email protected]
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