A huge thank you to everyone who came along to our Fun Dog Show in Hollingworth on Sunday 7th May. £237.91 was raised in entrance fees, donations and sale of logoed pens, pencils etc.
Here are photos of the 1st placed owners and their dogs. Sincere apologies if anyone is missing and/or the names of the classes have been mixed up. Please let us know and we will correct this.
Marvin’s family recently told us about their new kitten.
“Marvin’s an absolute joy and settled very well when we got him home. He’s a lovely addition to our home and is such a character.”
Stamford Park Family Fun Day Dog Show – Wonderful photos of the day can be found HERE or send Amanda an email if you would like to order your special photo
Here is just a selection to view over 200 photos just follow the above link.
The wait is finally over for RSPCA Bury and Oldham Branch. Their new animal centre opens to the public on Sunday 14th May 2017 and they are inviting everyone to join in the celebration on the day between 12-4pm.
You will be able to view their new facilities first hand, browse their shop, meet the animals in their care who are looking for new families. You will learn about their tremendous fund raising effort and be able to support their cause. Cake and drinks will be available on the day.
The centre is in beautiful surroundings, on the fringe of Strinesdale Country Park, Map
Come along and help us to raise much needed funds. We are offering microchipping at this event or we can check your dog’s chip for you too. Registration from 12:30 pm and first class will commence at 1:30 pm. All dogs and their families are welcome.
Help the branch to raise much needed funds and have a “bella serata” with wonderful Italian food and music for all tastes. To book your tickets ring Angela on 07940 872 776.
Evening dress is optional.
Holly’s new family recently sent an email and a photo and this what they said “We thought we’d share a photo of Holly which we rehomed on 7th January. She is a lovely cat and has settled in to our family home beautifully.
Kenai was lost on Friday 20th January 2017 around 2 pm from the old quarry near Tintwistle. He is only 9 months old, microchipped, very friendly and food motivated.
If you hear or see anything could you please get in touch. His owners are understandably distraught.
Fudge’s adopters sent us news of how well he’s doing in his new home.
“Just a quick email to let you know Fudge is settling in well. He’s well loved, cuddled and spoilt!! We adore him!! He had his second vaccination at Salford on Monday and is settling into crate training at night. We are working on toilet training and it’s still hit and miss… But know he’s only a puppy and it’s early days!! He has taken to a collar and lead well. My boys are made up with him!!
Thank you, thank you… And Thank you!!!”
Effy is missing from her home on the Tintwistle/Hollingworth border. If you see her please let us know.
Millie who was adopted earlier this year and is a much loved member of her new family.
One of her adopters uses a disability scooter and Millie often enjoys going for a ride when she gets tired or bored of walking alongside and recently she scared off a thief who tried to take her owner’s handbag….
what a little heroine!
Jesse is a black and white adult cat, who is looking for a caring new home.
A huge thank you to everyone who braved the rain to attend our Fun Dog Show at Glossop Carnival 2016.
Nutmeg’s family recently brought us up to date on the lovely Nutmeg and what a joy she is for her family.
“Nutmeg is very playful even now and is so bright she’s truly a valued family member”
Max’s new family sent some photos of Max in his new home. As you can see he’s loving his new life with a caring family.
We’ve added just a few photos from our dog show. Hope you like them.
Buddy from Stalybridge was Best in Show and can be seen with a Guest Judge – our local RSPCA Inspector N Waterworth.
Bella is a 2 year old girl who has come to our branch after being found left home alone by our inspectors. She is a typical tortie and is very cheeky.
Bella can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
If you think you can offer an RSPCA kitty a caring new home, please visit Bowler’s Cattery, Shady Oak Farm, 200 Marple Rd, Stockport SK2 5HE. Open hours are 11am to 3pm Monday to Saturday. No appointment necessary (but please don’t arrive when they are closing so that you have plenty of time to get to know the little cat you are interested in).
Hero’s new family sent us a pm on facebook a few days ago and here is their news.
We just wanted to share an update with you on ‘Wonky’ who we rehomed. He is now called Hero, renamed by my son because he thinks he is a hero for what he’s been through. My son also has a disability, so having a cat with a disability too is something he can relate to.
Hero is happy and well and settling into his forever home. He has a bit of separation anxiety which is to be expected. He just loves people so much! His favourite thing to do is to sit on our laps for cuddles.
He’s a beautiful cat with a really sweet temperament and gets on great with all the family.
We’re over the moon with him so we just wanted to write to say thank you for all your help in rehoming him with us and for all the vital work the RSPCA are doing.