Please also visit the Staffy rescue website at the following link for details of dogs in desperate need of loving homes

Jess and Mac (Male & Female)

Jess and Mac are two Staffordshire Bull Terriers who were found as strays and came into our care via the dog warden.  Jess is 6 years old whilst Mac is 4. They are inseparable and we will only rehome them together, as a pair.  Both dogs are very loving and affectionate and they do everything together.  They are well behaved and know all basic commands. Both dogs are fully vaccinated and Mac has been neutered. Jess was having a phantom pregnancy when she came to us, and will be spayed shortly to prevent a recurrence of this.

Soon after the dogs arrived, we noticed a lump on Mac’s side.  This has since been removed and Mac has made a good recovery.  His future owner needs to be aware that any lumps that may develop in the future will need to be removed quickly to prevent them developing into anything malignant.

Jess and Mac are a lovely pair of dogs who would make ideal family pets.  They are currently in a foster home and are waiting patiently for someone to offer them the loving permanent home that they deserve.  Any children in their new home should be over 8 years of age.

If you are interested in offering any of the dogs above a home, please phone Jackie, 01509 852164, for further details.

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Cat Success Stories

February 6, 2019

Biba Rehomed 7 July 8

It’s been a long time since anyone loved little Biba, that was until she was rescued by AARU.

Called Biba by the volunteer driver who rescued her (because of her white bib, her coat was rather thick and greasy when she came to us.  It had obviously developed to help her survive the awful cold weather.  Now that she’s been rescued, she’s turning into a real beauty, though, no wonder she was snapped up and found a home where she will be loved.

Susie Rehomed 26 June

Susie, a cat with the perfect temperament is absolutely no trouble, good company, loving and sweet-natured, with a hint of mischief thrown in for good measure!

She is a special cat as she has Feline herpes, which affects cats with “flu-like symptoms for approximately 7 – 10 days during flare-ups, although the risk of flare-ups can be lessened by minimising stress and making sure the cat has enough to eat and drink etc. Thankfully she has a loving home where she can be looked after and her new owners understand her needs.

Balou Rehomed 20 June

Balou, a very laid back cat that he prefers to lie down.  Actually, a better description is probably that he sprawls.  So much so, in fact, that we think he may just be an expert feline yoga practioner. Now he can lay back all he likes is his new loving home.

Thomas Rehomed 6 May

Thomas has had a very tough life as a long-term stray, finding food where he could, trying …