Happy Endings

Here are our latest happy endings for May 2021
Thank you to all our amazing volunteers.
Susie is 13 or 14. Her owner has gone into a home. Some have found her a loving home in lifetime foster
Molly came at Xmas from a pound. Very thin and miserable. She is now very tubby and adores Fred in Sawley. I will txt the neighbours to see how she is and how Fred is. Last week he was stable and she had settled a bit more.
Skye the greyhound and Alfie, a little shitzu who keeps an elderly man company are all lifetime fosters.
Cat wise Noel a very elderly cat who came at Xmas 2 years ago, hence his name now lives contentedly with Deborah Wiles.
Alison Willcox also has a very elderly cat whose who went missing for 10 months. I suspect got into a vehicle. By state of her she had been walking a long way. She finally made it home and family wouldn’t let her in as she was in a state, and they had got a dog. She wouldn’t go away so they rang us. She lives a very happy life with Alison. She paid over £400 for a dental.
If you can help a “wonky” old more discarded pet we would love to hear from you.

Happy Easter endings

This month we have found a foster for the jack Russell and German Shepherd from Norfolk, and the pug cross from Long Eaton. Both owners in hospital and hopefully will be reunited with their pets soon. Biscuit is doing amazingly well in rehab to help him learn to trust people again.

Thank you to all our supporters for helping us to make it happen!

Your help is needed this Easter

Could you spare us the price of an Easter egg and give a pet the chance to be reunited with their owner?

We have had so many requests for help with  pets whose owners are ill or unable to care for their pets temporarily, The heartbreaking thing is that these pets are lost forever to their owners as the big organisations make them sign their pets over forever.  Sadly many old animals with problems are just put to sleep.

We return the pets to their families and do not charge for helping and have fostered many animals and returned them to their owners through the pandemic.

We also rehome older animals. So many old and sick animals are just dumped. Nearly every one fo these pets has helped has needed major veterinary help.

Blood tests to determine causes of illness run at £500 for the full kidneys thyriod, FIV FeLv tests and nearly all the older ones needs dental attention, which starts at around  £300 .