Rehome a pet
Can you offer a home to an animal in our care?
Mort and Stitch are now called Ben and Jerry. They live with a lovely couple in a quiet area. The brothers are now head of the house and very loved by their new family. They like to wake their new parents up at 6am with kisses and cuddles.
Maxwell and Marvin (now Obi)
These little monkeys have landed on their feet in their new loving home!
We had this update from the new family yesterday.
"I have attached and sent a few pics below from Max and Obi’s (as in obi one kenobi my husband is a star wars geek!)(Marvin) first weekend with us. They are both settling in nicely and have taken over the house with all their toys. They have both bonded with us well and like a fuss and cuddle up with us in the evening. The rest of the time they fly around the house chasing each other!! Max is a bit more hesitant but is getting used to everything in his own time and has started to follow me round the house with Obi. They have definitely started to show their own little personalities and we are both smitten with them! Thanks so much for all your support over the last week and useful emails last week, the house now wouldn’t be the same without them!"
Thank you for the lovely email and pictures .
Luna and Odin were brother and sister who went to different homes.
Both their owners have stayed in touch and just look how big they have got!
They were just babies when they arrived at the centre. Their siblings were re homed from another RSPCA Branch.
They have grown bigger than we could have imagined but their owners love them and wouldn't change them for the world.
This is Tara a weirmeraner who went to live with a wonderful family and another dog who she has made best friends with!
We have had some lovely pictures and updates from Tara's new family.
She was adopted in March 2014.
Valentina was adopted in 2013 by a lovely couple. She loves her new home and as you can see likes to be treated like a princess!
She came in with her brother who is also doing well in his home.
Cracker with her new family and chilling out on her RSPCA bed!
She is quite the poser as you can see in the pictures.
She loves her new home and licks everyone with excitement when she meets them!
Cracker was adopted in January in 2014.
We sell new goods on the stall and usually do a tombola to try and raise money. We have an information stall too.
We will be there the Saturday and Sunday.
The location will be confirmed but is in the layton area near the main high street.