We are forever grateful for the donations we receive from our supporters, it is because of that generosity that we are able to rescue the animals that we do, month in month out. Each month we put up a gallery of some of the fortunate faces of the month's rescues. A massive THANK YOU from us, and especially from them.
In July 2020 we took in Zuris. Zuris was left at a vets by someone wearing a balaclava who said they had found her, there was a bit more to the alleged tale that didn't make sense but regardless we were just grateful she found her way to us.
The poor girl had multiple bite wounds, some very serious, at one point it was questioned whether she may loose her leg. Some wounds were old, some newer and she was covered in old scars. She must have had the most terrible time and had obviously been attacked on several occasions with no treatment before being dumped.
She was a broken little soul, I put her head in my hands and looked in her eyes and her spirit was broken. But not for long, we sorted her out medically and then came the time to rebuild her life and give her the happiness she deserved.
Zuris was placed in a foster home where her physical and mental wounds were treated. She was socialised with people, other dogs and got ready for a new permanent home, the last part of her journey to a happy life full of love.
It was a long road but Zuris, now Bonnie, finally made it to her perfect forever home.
Big thanks to all who donated towards her treatment, to her initial foster Loraine who fixed her wounds and gave her her first safe place and Tania for giving her her forever sofa. Happy endings
Little Tom came into us this month. We collected him from a vets after his owner couldn’t manage his needs. He is having trouble passing faeces, we have got him on treatment and we are very closely monitoring him. Little Tom has had numerous tests and trips to the vets but his problem is not yet sorted. Sadly we cannot place him into a forever home until his condition is manageable. You would never know Tom had anything wrong with him at first glance, he is a typical playful kitten. He has formed a bond with one of our other long term medical cases, Cooper, which is certainly making sanctuary life more fun for both of them.