Pirate’s family recently sent a first “adoptiversary”
update and this is what they said: “We absolutely adore him and we are so grateful that we have him. He has brought us a lot of happiness and fun over the past year
We have included a photograph of him when he first came to the RSPCA and had a bath to rid him of the fleas. The red water is in fact the blood from the flea dirt on his skin.
We can’t thank his family enough for giving this boy such a wonderful life.
Mia’s new family recently sent us an update : Hi just a quick update on Mia who I adopted a couple of weeks ago. She has settled in very well and enjoys snuggling up with me every night.
One of the RSPCA’s Inspectors brought Bert, who is about 12 years of age, to the branch to find the urgent care he desperately needed. One of our brilliant, volunteer foster families agreed to take him into their home to try their very best to help him recover from his appalling neglect.
This lovely boy was quite literally a walking skeleton when he arrived, with pressure sores from lying on concrete, and was in a collapsed state finding it very difficult to even stand up to eat and drink………..but just look at him now!
He is still under the care of one of our local veterinary practices and, now he has put on enough weight, he will have a much needed dental operation. Until the huge build up of plaque is removed we won’t know just how many teeth will have to be extracted.
Handsome Bert will be staying with his foster carers forever as they have asked to adopt him officially once he has recovered from operation.
If you could foster for the branch and help animals like Bert to recover from their previous neglect please contact us. You should live in the branch area so that you will have full support.
Purdy’s adopter recently sent news that Purdy was settling in with her forever family and attached a lovely photo. Purdy is on the left enjoying a lie in with her best friend Billy.
Orso and Lupo’s family recently sent the branch a lovely update on their two kitties who were called Joe and Jake when they were seeking their own special family back in 2014.
These two lovely boys are really lucky black cats who have found themselves their forever home.
A huge thank you to their adopters and to all those lovely people who take in our rescued cats.
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Great news from Jack’s family.
In 2012 my husband and I adopted Jack a crossbreed, from Manchester. Our contact was Gail. We used to live in near the boarding kennels the branch used and would regularly see volunteers in the area and they were always interested in how Jack was getting on.
We have now moved to the seaside and I wanted to tell you that Jack is still enjoying his comfortable life with us but now he is enjoying runs on the beach and paddling in the sea. He has lovely walks in the local park mixing with other dogs.
So thanks to you all for carrying on looking out for and taking care of animals in need.
We’ve had an update from one of our Malamute x puppy adopters and they’ve sent some lovely photos.
They say, “He’s an absolute star, although taking him for walks takes ages as we’re always being stopped by other dog walkers, wanting to know everything about him. His big sister Lelia is finally accepting his presence, although it took her a couple of weeks.
Thanks again, for your help, but more importantly, thanks to you and all the other volunteers for all the effort and kindness you showed to our puppy. I know he didn’t have the greatest start in life, but with your help, Kosi is turning into a very handsome and healthy young chap.”
Davina and Tutsy were adopted recently and their new family sent us an email and photos. They were lucky to find their forever family together and have certainly got their paws on the table.
This is what their family say “Just thought you’d like to know that Diva and Tuts have been as good as gold today and are settling in really well. We are SO happy and so are they. Here’s a couple of photos. If it’s appropriate you could let the previous owners know that they have landed on their feet and will be truly cherished.”
Winston’s owner sent us an update about how well he’s settled in and enjoying the first year of his new happy life.
“I adopted Winston in February 17……………He is an amazing addition to the household….. Loves me and follows me all over the house. He brings endless happiness & the odd scratch. Drops on the floor for morning belly rubs and he likes a chase”.
This little fun loving dog was called Tiny. He’s celebrating 4 years of his new life with his forever family.
“Zabba aka Frank, adopted just over 3 years ago. He’s a member of the family now.”
Here is Buddy sending us news from his holiday home at the New Year. Celebrating 6 months of a happy new life.
We’ve had some lovely photos of the dogs who are enjoying the season with their adoptive families.
Here are a few:
Izzy one of the 9 malamutes at 9 weeks and look how beautiful she is now in her element of the snow
Tsa Tsa another of our 9 Malamute cross puppies sent us some lovely Christmas photos. Well her family did.
This beautiful grey girl was previously called Shadow and she was the second smallest puppy of the litter. She was quite ill when she first arrived and had to spend a couple days in hospital but just look at her now.
As you can see she has found a new family of a rescued husky and a little rescued black and white kitty.
Freja’s adopters recently sent us and email to tell us how well she is doing along with some photos. As you can see see Freja, who was the tiniest of our 9 malamute cross puppies, has grown into a stunningly beautiful girl.
Buddy found his new forever family who have also taken Sandy as a long term foster dog. Their new people emailed a couple of photos to let us know just how well they are getting on.
We wish them all the very best for a future which is looking bright.
We love to hear how our adopted dogs are getting on! Harris’s family sent an email:
A year ago we rehomed Harris so thought we should get in touch with an update.
What a difference a year makes! When we adopted Harris he had been half starved, had little or no training and some clear emotional issues. However with time, patience and a lot of love he has turned into an awesome bundle of joy. He’s not perfect (who is?!?!) but we adore him. He now loves nothing more than heading onto the fells for a run around or playing with his ball, followed by treats and lots of cuddles.
He is a wonderful addition to the family & we’re glad every day that we found him
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.”
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.
Boss’s family have told us how well he’s settling into family life.
“Just to let you know Fudge now “Boss” is settling in well being such a good boy and real cuddle buddy. He loves the garden and he’s been to visit many family members and been such a good boy. Will post more updates soon.