Barney had the all clear from our vet and he has now gone to live with his new family this weekend. We wish him and his family many happy years to come.
Barney is a 3 year old large crossbreed who has come back into the Branch care because his new owners have separated so Barney is being left for long hours. In his first home he lived with another dog and we have found him to be very obedient, sitting when asked, and giving a paw, coming when called etc. He loves to play with a ball.
Barney is house trained and is good to walk. He will only be rehomed with older children as he could quite easily knock little ones over. In his last home he lived with an 8 year old little girl whom he adored.
Many people who meet Barney for the first time are taken aback by his sheer size. He is simply an enormous cuddle monster who just loves everyone he meets.
Millie is approximately 10 to 11 years old. It is with very sad circumstances that we are now asking for a new forever home for her. Sadly her owner died and was not found for a few days and Millie was by his side.
Millie is house trained and does know a few commands, but because of her age she is quite happy with a few “trips round the block” during the day”. She would like someone that is at home most of the time. She also has quite sore ears at the moment which are being treated by her vet.
We will continue this treatment until she has the all clear but if you think that you could offer Millie a loving home for the remainder of her days we’d love to hear from you.
Pasha is an adult male black and white cat who is about 2 years of age. He has come to the branch to find a new family because is previous family no longer wanted him and took him to the RSPCA’s Greater Manchester Animal Hospital.
Pasha is a lovely, very friendly boy who will make a brilliant addition to any family.
Larry came to the Branch from our Greater Manchester Animal Hospital. His original owners wanted to sign him over along with his 19 brothers and sisters when they realised that the huge number of cats they were looking after were getting too much to care for properly.
Larry is hoping that someone will come along to meet him and offer him a forever, caring new home. He has been in care since January and is beginning to lose hope of finding his special person.
He is in the care of Stockport Branch of the RSPCA and can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery.
We’ve been overwhelmed by the generosity of the huge number of families offering caring new homes to our Cavalier King Charles’ Spaniels and would like to thank everyone who has completed and returned their Perfect Match Form. As a result we have had to close the window for applications for the time being.
Please be assured that we will keep everyone up to date with news about these little dogs.
We currently have 4 Cavalier King Charles Spaniels in our care. They consist of mum Ruby who is 9 years old and red in colour and three of her children: Poppy who is between 4-6 years and Black and Red in colour; Daisy who is also between 4-6 years and Tri colour; and last, but not least, is Davy who is 2 years and also a Tri colour. They have always lived together but we think it would be nice for them to be rehomed separately because they just love attention.
They have been left for quite a few hours on there own so their toilet training may need to be started again.
These four lovely, little dogs will be neutered, vaccinated and, as you can see from their photos their coats are very matted, they will be clipped and shampooed before they go to live with their new families. Please be aware that we will only be contacting everyone once these little dogs have been neutered, and ready to go to their new homes.
Floyd is a 2 year old neutered male. Unfortunately through no fault of his own he is looking for a new forever home. Floyd’s owner have said that he is a beautiful dog with good manners and can respond to commands well.
He is great off the lead and recall but can pull when excited on the lead. He loves other dogs and likes a good sniff at cats. Floyd is great with children and people and will wiggle his bum and spin his tail like a windmill in excitement.
Floyd doesn’t like the hose pipe he hates water spraying but ironically loves going to the dog groomers and having a wash and dry. He loves fetch and will play for hours and hours even when panting.
[SinglePic not found]Smirnoff is a very timid little cat who takes time to get to know you but is friendly once she realises that she won’t be hurt in any way. She has come to our Stockport branch from the RSPCA’s Greater Manchester Animal Hospital. As you can see from her photo she is struggling to cope with life. We are certain she has been abused previously. The branch is looking for a very specific home for little Smirnoff which has no other pets, no children and is a very quiet home as she is going to need to be allowed to come round in her own time.
Phoebe is a small, 5 month old, crossbreed, who hasn’t had the best start in life. She is currently being cared for in a foster home, living with 3 other dogs and cats and learning to live life as a puppy.
Because this very friendly little girl spent many hours in a cage in her previous home everything is new to her. So, we are looking for a family who have had puppies before and are prepared to carry on with Phoebe’s house training and to take her to puppy classes. She is a bright little girl who really wants to please and just needs to be shown what is expected of her.
Phoebe isn’t suitable for very young children as she still has very sharp puppy teeth and claws.
If you would like to meet this loving little dog and have someone at home most of the time, we’d love to hear from you.
Paddy is an older American Bulldog, who is neutered and up to date with vaccinations. He is a plodder and a gentle boy who is looking for a retirement home. He is good with people and kids although we would not rehome him with young children as we think he is too old for young children due to his size.
Kids over 8 yrs old will be ok. He has played with a friend’s female dogs and he has not reacted to any dog while out. In fact at the vets no matter how other dogs carried on he just ignored them. He has been introduced him to various dogs on the street but he just sniffs them. He is 8/9 yrs old. He does not pull on the lead and walks perfect, just a plodder. He is in foster at present. He is adorable.
Bella is a 2 year old kitty who came to the branch to find a new home recently. She is a very pretty little girl who has had all her vaccinations, is chipped and neutered.
We are looking for a quiet home for this girl as she is very unsure in new surroundings so her adopters need to take this into account and they will find that after a few days, having been given time and space to find her paws, she will prove to be very friendly and loving.
Bella needs an adult only home or one with older teenage children who are cat savvy.
As Bella is in a foster home please email the branch if you would like to arrange to meet her
Dallas is about 3 years of age and came to the Stockport Branch to find his forever family. He was rescued by one of our Animal Collection Officers as a he was a stray living as best he could having been abandoned by his previous owners.
Dallas will make a super family cat as he is very confident and loves everyone he meets.
Lizzy is a beautiful girl who is 2 or 3 years of age. With her stunning semi-long haired coat we think that she will not be with us too long. She is very friendly and loving and will make any family a great companion.
Adopters need to be aware that Lizzy will need regular grooming to keep the matts away from her silky coat.
Clemente is an adult male thought to be about 2 or 3 years of age. He is a very dark (almost black) tabby cat that has come to the branch from our Greater Manchester Animal Hospital. He can be quite shy on first meeting you but does soon get to like human attention.
We are looking for an adult only home or a family with older teenage children.
Ricky is a 2 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He has come into our care through no fault of his own, he has lived with another two dogs and children. This lovely young man walks well on the lead is good with other dogs and enjoys a cuddle and tickles.
Ricky’s hopes for the future are to meet a family who will offer him a loving forever home.
Margaret came to the branch to find a caring new home having been rescued by an Animal Collection Officer. She is about 2 years of age and is very nervous having been chased away from gardens and doorsteps as an unwanted stray.
She needs a quiet, calm home where she will have time to become more confident.
All animals here have found loving new homes thanks to our dedicated, hard working volunteers, the donations from the generous public and of course the thousands of people who have adopted an animal. On behalf of all the animals in loving forever homes, thank you!
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