Billy well, leg healed he seems very happy and settled! A delight to own.
We adopted Daisy and Leo on the 5th Jan. Despite not being raised together they have become the best of friends. Shy Leo is the most loving cat, still unsure of loud noises and sudden movements, but loves nothing more than to snuggle on a knee. Daisy is the cutest most playful cat, she loves to play with the kids, with her toys, and when Leo is not expecting it, him too!! The words make yourselves at home certainly apply to these two, and we wouldn't have it any other way. We are very thankful to have found the perfect fit for our family. Sarah
Hi there, Just emailing you to let you know that Tilly ( now known as Luna) has been settling in to her new home well, and she has been going to the loo fine! (Yay). She is still a bit skittish but is settling in well.
Greetings, Attached are some photographs of Geo and Elisie; Geo being the black and white. They are now much more friendly; especially Elisie, who we can stroke; Geo is uncertain about that. Both are very forward when it comes to food and examining what we are having. They have ventured out of the back door but not very far. They are growing quickly now and definitely two different personalities. We are all very happy thanks to you. Peter & Helen
Hello everyone at Leicester animal rescue. Just thought I would drop you an email to let you know how well Pagan has settled into our family, we adopted her on 4th January this year and from the second we got her home she has been part of the family, we love her very much and she is very happy in her new forever home :) she loves our new baby who I was pregnant with at the time of adoption. We were worried about having to keep her indoors for the time being due to having no garden but it doesn’t bother her in the slightest she is a very contented house cat :) Thank you very much for looking after her so well while she was in between homes!! From Laura James baby Shayne and Pagan
We had a lovely donation for the dogs in our care from BT Leicester. Pictured from left to right Rashila, Tracey holding Betsy, volunteer Caroline and staff member Sophie
The sponsored walk this year took place at the usual spot, Rutland Water's South shore on September 17th and we were greeted with happy dogs and happy owner's. Staff and volunteers brought some of the dogs from the shelter along too. Sadly we could not get everyone's picture, some including the Gautry famliy with regular walker Buzz, volunteer Zoe with current resident Gary, Aggi with her family, current residents Minty, Khalua, Ruby, Fudge and many more. Thank you to everyone who attended we are always so happy to hear how our past residents are in their new homes. With the money raised we can continue to find new homes for the dogs in our care so thank you for your support See you again next year!
Hello everyone - Derry here!! Just to let you know I'm settling in well at my new forever home. I was really anxious for the first couple of days when Mum and Dad brought me here - I wasn't too sure if I was staying here permanently - but Mum and Dad have given me lots of love, cuddles and encouragement - and - do you know I think I am really really staying here for ever and ever!!! I've not been walking very well at all! I get all nervous and anxious and just become "rooted" to the spot!! Mum and Dad were quite worried about it so they called a special lady (dog behaviorist) who came to visit me twice and she took me, Mum, Dad and Ruby (my new fur sister) out for a walk!