Animals Rehomed

When animals have settled in their forever home we move their profiles here. It is nice to look back and see those lovely faces knowing they are loved and cared for.

Freja – Rehomed

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freja-head-view When Freja, an Alaskan Malamute x puppy, came to the branch to be cared for before finding a loving new home she weighed less than 2kg and it was thought that she might not make it.  But, thanks to her dedicated foster family she is now doing well and has been given a good prognosis by our veterinary surgeons.  She is now ready to meet her forever family who will continue the loving care her fosterers have given her and give her time to blossom into the stunning northern girl she is destined to become.

Despite little Freja’s health problems she has pulled through but will still need a calcium rich diet and access to our veterinary practice who have cared for since she arrived with us. So we are looking for a family where there is someone at home most of the time and one who are prepared for this little girl to grow somewhat.

Freja, just like her siblings and the rest of her breed, won’t cope well being left alone even when she’s grown up.

If you have the time and commitment to give little girl the happy life she deserves please send an email so that we can send you a perfect match form in 3 formats to choose from.

Daisy – Rehomed

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bty Daisy is a 6 month old Boxer cross.  This young lady just loves to have cuddles and enjoys nothing more than running around with other dogs.   We do not think she has had the best start in life because she will cower if she thinks she has done something wrong, so she now needs to build up trust in people.   Daisy is in kennels and everyone that meets her loves her because she is just such a lovely dog, and desperately looking for her forever home.   Because she is a puppy she does still need some training

Missy’s kittens – all rehomed

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missys-kittens-1 Missy came into our care as she was giving birth to her 4 kittens, who are now 7 weeks old.   They will be ready to go to their new homes soon and can be reserved now.

Missy has been an excellent mum to her babies and would love someone to offer her a home of her own very soon.

Malamute x pups – All 8 from the litter have now been rehomed (except for Freja)

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malamutepup1   malamutepup2 freja-mal-pup We have 4 Malamute x 9 week old pups, who were not doing well with their breeder, the smallest at 8 weeks of age was Freja, who weighed less than 2kg and it was thought that she might not make it.  But, thanks to her dedicated foster family she is now doing well and will soon be ready to meet a new family who will carry on her fosterers’ good work and allow her to blossom into the stunning northern girl she is destined to become.

There are 2 black and white ones, a girl and a boy, and we have 2 of the silver with black markings.   They are growing into lovely dogs but what you have to remember is that they will most probably be quite big.  They will need lots of attention as they don’t cope well when left alone even when adults.  They came in quite hungry so amongst themselves they will squabble for their food.  They are all very quick at picking up toilet training.

Please remember that this breed is the heavy weight amongst the working northern dogs and will need their brains and their bodies well exercised to keep them out of trouble.  It is vital that you look past the pretty face to the type of dog who comes with it. Malamutes are stubborn, friendly, independent, energetic, intelligent, dominant and possess a highly developed sense of pack hierarchy. Many people cherish all of these traits, but many people find living with them too difficult. The time to decide which group you are in is BEFORE you adopt a puppy. There are so many different breeds of dogs that there is absolutely no excuse for choosing one whose temperament and needs will not fit in with yours.

The RSPCA doesn’t rehome ANY dog as a guard dog and even though Malamutes are large dogs they most definitely aren’t guard dogs.  They are likely to welcome the attention of any burglar and even show him/her where your valuables are kept.

We are looking for families where at least one adult family member is at home most of the time, especially whilst they are still such babies.

If you have the time and commitment to give these lovely dogs the life they so deserve please complete our perfect match form and send it back to us as an email attachment.

Perfect Match Form and send to: [email protected].

 

 

Tigger – Rehomed

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tiggersitting Tigger (previously Billy) is a crossbreed  who probably has some Shar Pei in his make up and is thought to be approximately 18 months old.  He was found all alone on the moors above Glossop.  At the time he was extremely underweight and had a collar which had not been loosened as he grew.  Luckily for Tigger he was found in time and his collar hadn’t done any damage, but without a chip his previous owners have never been found and despite advertising him no one has come forward to claim him.  We think he was probably left on the moor without a thought for his welfare.

Our volunteer fosterer has worked wonders with him and he has gained weight, enjoys his walks, is house trained and knows how to sit and shake a paw.   He has been to a local dog day care centre where he has a chance to interact with lots of other dogs.  He is a lovely boy who loves everyone he meets.

All his new photos were taken at one of our fun dog shows where he was well behaved and met lots of other dogs and people of all ages.

We are looking for a family with older children, 10 and over, or an adult only home as he is still very much a puppy and quite a bouncy boy.   Following his abandonment he does need to be with someone most of the time and he will need to be taught that it’s okay to be left alone.

First posted 8.5.17

Boris – Rehomed

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boris-catg Boris is a very friendly 5 year old cat who came to the branch to find a caring new family to call his own.  He hasn’t had a particularly happy life up to now and is hoping to meet someone who can offer him the chance of a new start where he will be loved.

Boris can be seen at Bowler’s cattery

Derek (previously George) – Rehomed

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Derek Derek is thought to be about 2 years of age and has come to the branch to find a caring family via the RSPCA’s Animal Hospital.

He is a very affectionate little boy who is looking forward to beginning his new life in loving family home.  As Derek is an adult cat he would suit a working family and won’t mind being left while they are at work.

If you could offer this very handsome ginger boy the forever home he really needs, he would love to meet you.  Derek can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery

First posted 11.6.17

Squeak – Rehomed

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squeekcat2 Squeak is a little 12 week old kitten.  She is a really, lovely little girl who just needs some TLC and a careful grooming to get her coat into really great condition.  She came to the branch having been rescued by one of our RSPCA inspectors and taken to the Animal Hospital where she was neutered and treated and given a clean bill of health.

Squeak would love to meet you she can be seen at Bowler’s cattery

DD – Rehomed

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ddterrier DD is a 10 month old crossbreed who came to the branch to find a caring new family.   She can be a little shy when she first meets new people but when she knows you she is very loving.

She is good with other dogs outside but we want her to be rehomed ideally as an only dog simply because she does need some training.  We are looking for a family without children or with older children 16+ as she does need a little more training.

Our dog walkers had said she’s a lovely girl who will make a great companion.

Prince and Dolly – Rehomed

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yorkiewilmslow1  yorkiewilmslow2Father and daughter, Prince and Dolly are looking for their forever home together.  Prince, who is 9 years old, is the darker faced boy and Dolly, who is 4, has the tan face.  They are inseparable having always lived together, so we are looking for a family who would like to adopt them as a pair.

Sadly their owner passed away so they are feeling a little sad and confused.   They are both very loving, but Prince does look after his daughter.  These two tiny, lovable rogues are desperately waiting for there forever family to come forward.

For further information please ring 07811 404346

Blue – Rehomed

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bluekittie Blue is a young lady who came to the branch to find a caring new home via the RSPCA’s Animal Hospital.

She had been living in a multi cat household so is still quite timid as she lacked human attention as she was growing up amongst so many other cats.

Blue would  love a patient adult only family to call her own and will soon grow in confidence with lots of TLC.

If you would like to visit Blue she can be seen at Bowler’s cattery.

Varley – Rehomed

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varleykitty Varley came to us via our inspectors and is now looking for a loving, forever home.

He is only about 2 years of age but with his distinctive Van type markings he will stand out in any crowd.

He can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery

Honey – Rehomed

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honeykittie2 Honey is a lovely, friendly, little girl who is about 2 years of age.

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She is currently in the care of Stockport Branch and can be seen at Bowler’s cattery

zoom kitten – Rehomed

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zoom-kitten Zoom is currently in the care of Stockport Branch.  At only 11 week of age he truly lives up to his name.

If you could give this little live wire a loving home and because he’s so young be around for him most of the time so his zooming nature doesn’t get him into difficulties please go along to meet him at Bowler’s cattery

3 little boys – All rehomed

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cheekykittena The three little boys came to branch to find new homes along with their mum as their previous owner had told one of our local vets they were unwanted.

Jimmy (tabby and white), Cheeky (Tabby) and Monty (black and white) are about 8 weeks of age and once they have been neutered, will be ready to be adopted in a week or two.  They can be seen at Bowler’s cattery

3 little kittens – All rehomed

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kitten1 Here are three little kittens who were born in a shed.  They were taken to the RSPCA’s Animal Hospital and came to us to find new families who will offer them a caring, forever home.

They can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery

 

Tort – Rehomed

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tortkittie Tort is a stunning Tortoiseshell girl who is just about 2 years of age.

She has come to the Stockport branch of the RSPCA to find her special family who appreciated Torties for their independent nature.

If you would like to meet Tort please visit her at Bowler’s Cattery

Barney – Rehomed

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barneylargexbrd5hd 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.

First posted 20.02.17

 

Millie – Rehomed

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millieold2 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.

Akela – Rehomed

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akela4 Akela is 10 months old and still very much a big, bouncy puppy.  She was originally sold to her previous owners as a Newfoundland cross, but she could be any mix of extra large breeds.

Akela is currently in a foster home where she is doing really well.   She is house trained and knows a few commands.   She was a little nervous at first when on her lead but is settling down great.   All the family love her, she has quickly settled in and has now got her feet under the table.

She needs a home where people understand big dogs and their needs and know that as a puppy she will still be into all the antics every puppy gets up to.  Because she is still learning what is expected of her she will need someone who is prepared to put some time into training her and taking her to classes

Akela is a very loving girl who will blossom into a companion to be proud of and turn heads wherever she goes.  She has lived with children

If you could offer this wonderful young girl a loving home please don’t hesitate to the contact the branch, which is based in Greater Manchester.