Registered Scottish Charity Number SC051474
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ANIMALS LOOKING FOR NEW HOMES
Read on for details of our animals currently looking for new homes. We try to match animals to the best home for them, and for you. We ask for your understanding If we don't think the animal you have set your heart on is not the right fit for your family. We want your and most importantly, the new animal's experience to be as smooth as possible when they settle into their forever home.
Zaga is looking for her forever home. She is two years old. We took her from the street where she was being attacked by a pack of dominant male dogs because she was in season. We took her to our shelter and had her neutered, chipped and vaccinated. She has been living happily in our shelter with other dogs. She is friendly with small-sized dogs, people friendly, children above 10 years. She would also be happy to be only dog in the house, because she loves attention from people the most! She enjoys in walks and because of her nature she have a lot of energy, making her suitable for people who have an adventurous spirit like hers. >Small-Medium sized >Fully vaccinated >Spayed >Toilet trained >Cat tested - NOT suitable >Negative on all diseases If you are interested in giving this super dog a home, get in touch with us Adoption fee homecheck apply
Puffy is a one year old neutered male, great with other dogs. He would love a home where he can get plenty of exercise and cuddles. BACKGROUND One night there was a terrific storm in the village and we saw a white face at the back door, piercing blue eyes imploring us to help him. We fed him and dried him but we knew he belonged to someone in the village. His owner was a local drunkard with a chaotic life and he often forgot to feed his dog for days at a time. We kept an eye on Puffy and fed him regularly. One day, we noticed he was bleeding from the head. Someone told us he had been beaten with a piece of wood. Enough was enough. We spoke to his 'owner' and asked to buy him. He sold him to us for a bottle of wine. He is an active, happy boy who loves chasing balls and is very affectionate. Can you offer him a forever home? PLease get in touch if you can help.
We were alerted by a concerned passerby to a dog chained in a dirty yard with no food or water. Of course we took her. She was thin, covered in fleas and ticks and had long, matted fur. We took her to our vet and after some TLC a beautiful little soul emerged. After such a long time living on a one metre chain, she takes such joy from simple things like running, rolling in grass and drinking fresh, clean water. Now what she needs to make her life perfect is a forever home.
Male, neutered, approx. 2 years old. INDOOR ONLY
Arthur, grey perfection. A street cat, but like a Russian Blue.
He is a young boy, with very good manners. He is very affectionate and loves a bit of fuss. He loves a back scratch and will do a little dance with his legs!
He walks around proudly, totally aware of his beauty. Born and raised on the streets, we have had him under our care for months now.
Arthur is regularly dewormed, vaccinated up to date, including rabies rabies microchip and passport. He is also neutered and FIV/FELV negative.
He deserves his own home, his own family who will love him and take a good care of him.
Arthur need to be indoor only, as he has suffered enough when he was on streets. He is good with other cats, but he will need some time to adapt to new environment.
He is currently in Macedonia.
Adoption fee to cover his transport costs, passport, neutering and vaccinations.
In March 2021, Iva and Mishko came home to find a taped up cardboard box outside their apartment. Inside was a young male cat, whom they named Batman (what other name could he have with those eyes?) He didn't look like a street cat and it is thought likely that he did have owners who no longer wanted him. He would be unlikely survive on the streets, fighting for food and water, so they vowed to take care of him.
They took him to their vet and he was found to be healthy; all bloodwork normal. He has been neutered, vaccinated, wormed and has a passport ready travel. He is great with other cats and gets on with the small dogs at the shelter.
He has been at the shelter for a whole year now, waiting for his forever family choose him. Are you the one?
Sikva is approximately five years old and was one of the street colony cats rescued when there were poisonings. She is the sister of Sharka (above). She is very timid with new people, having lived her life on the street, and only really trusts Iva and Misko who bought her food every day.She is a calm, affectionate girl who will need time and patience to trust her new
humans. She is Fiv/Felv negative, neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated. These fees are all covered by the charity. The adoption fee of approximately £500/€600 is set by the transport company, to cover travel expenses. If you have the patience and love to give this girl, please get in touch.