I thought you might want to know that Dizzy has settled really well. She is so relaxed. She has decided that she likes the sofa in the garden room and has rejected the offer of the utility room! Oh well, best laid plans! We had a lovely long walk at Foxton on Sunday and she was brilliant off the lead. Great recall and lovely with others dogs and children. She popped upstairs to check we were both safely tucked up in bed last night and then returned to her sofa downstairs with no fuss. She has been brilliant over night.
Hi, Thought you might like to know that Hope (now Sonny) has settled in very well. He is busy making himself at home, as well as eating us out of house and home! Thank you so much for such a wonderful cat, we adore him and couldn’t imagine being without him now. Kate, Joe and Isaac
Click on the picture to view the gallery. This year's sponsored walk took place at the usual Rutland Water's south shore and it was fantastic to see some familiar faces as well as dogs who have been rehomed in the past year. Staff and volunteers took dogs who are currently waiting for their forever homes and they enjoyed their afternoon out walking alongside many other dogs. Thank you to all who attended and for your continued support on helping us to look after the animals in our care. See you next year!
Just checking in to let you now Buster has settled in to his new home, and is loving going out on long walks with the family. Regards, Jake
Hi All Well it`s been 3 months since I left you for my new home so I thought I send you an e-mail to let you know how I am getting on. It`s great here, I get plenty of fuss and get fed well and to cap it all I get my `Dreamies` every day (yum yum); -------- on occassions when they have Tuna sanies I get some as well as a special treat. I`m out and about quite a bit now the weather is a little warmer but return regularly to top up with nosh (it`s hard work climbing fences and onto gargae roofs). I love bobbing the garden bugs and chasing the birds; caught one already (only injured it) but my master picked me up so it got away (spoil sport). In the evenings I`m turning into quite
Hi, I adopted Dora from you back in October and I tried to email you some photos around Christmas time but I just realised that I typed the email address incorrectly so you never received them. I wanted to thank you for allowing me to adopt her, it feels like she was meant to come to me when she did, and she is definitely a part of the family now. Please find attached photos of her. Thank you Darren
Good evening, Jim is now settled in with us. He's happy, relaxed and affectionate. He's desperate to get outside and smashed the cat flap the other day so he will be really happy once he gets out in two or so weeks time, bless him.
Hello my shelter family. I just want you all to know that I am loving my new home and I just want to thank you for looking after me till my adopted family came for me. I have made lots of animal friends and my mum works at the vets and I go there with her sometimes which is awesome as I get really spoilt :-) Love Dobby 💖 Hi all thank you from Helen and myself for having Dobby we didn’t think our hearts could heal from losing our Ollie but having Dobby has made us all fall in love with him. Thank you to all the staff Love Helen and mum (steph) x x
Hi, It's me Nala (Aka Molly). I just thought I'd check in with you. It's been 8 months since I was adopted and so much has happened in that time! I've had my first Christmas. I spent this around my friend Missy's house and I got lots of presents. I was really excited for my Christmas turkey! This February, I went to the beach for the first time with my new family. I was in awe of the sea, but would run away from the waves when they came back in towards me. I also helped my mum and dad get engaged! I had the ring in a small bag on my collar! Thank you everyone for finding me my family! Nala x
Hello Friends at Leicester Animal Rescue, its Benson here, with a progress report from my new home. I am settling in very nicely with my new owners (Mark and Louise) and I have quickly adapted to my new name ( usually when I hear it, it means I am going to get fed, or a walk, or playtime, or a cuddle, so it didn’t take long to learn it!). As you will see from the attached photos, I am making myself at home, and I have heard my new owners telling people that I have got my “paws under the table”. Near to where I live there are some lovely woods and fields, and I enjoy going for walks there with all the different paths and interesting smells. This morning they took me up to the local playing fields. My