Success Stories 2

2009

Patch has now found his new home In Nottingham. Patch was handed into rescue after the owners moved home and hadn’t asked permission to keep pets. The landlord found out they had a dog and it wasn’t allowed.

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Floyd has found his new family in Suffolk and living it up with a large pack of other dogs to play with. Floyd came from a pound in Wales originally and then moved to a private boarding until a rescue space was found with RACR.

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Daisey, Lilly and 2 baby daughters have found their new forever home in Newark where they have a whole explorer cage filled with toys to themselves.

 

 

 

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Charlie, the last of the 12 Caravan cats has found his new loving forever home and family in Swindon. Charlie had been rescue 7 months after being removed from terrible conditions. He suffered cat flu amongst other illnesses and was semi-feral with neurotic behaviour. With the love, care,time  and dedication his foster mum gave him, Charlie survived despite the odds and learnt eventually to trust people again. Now Charlie, as all the other caravan cats, have a second chance in life to live with loving families.

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Jasper & Millie have now found their new home in Derbyshire together. 2 out 4 kittens to come into rescue after owners couldn’t find homes for them when their cat had kittens.

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Brother and sister have found a home together in Nottinghamshire. 2 out 4 kittens to come into rescue after owners couldn’t find homes for them when their cat had kittens.

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Kuba was handed into rescue after his owner could no longer keep him. Kuba was a much loved cat and the separation was very hard for his owner. Kuba has not been in rescue long and has now found his lovely new home in Swindon, Wiltshire.

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Pepa has now found her loving new home in Wiltshire. Pepa was handed into rescue with Kuba above, and is Kuba’s mum.

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Eddy & Smokey came into rescue after they were abandoned on the doorstep of a rescue volunteer. In another box were also 3 females. All severley underweight/emaciated, they were quickly taken into foster homes. The foster home where these 2 boys went fell in love straight away them and decided they would like to adopt Eddy and Smokey. These boys have now gained weight and now happily live in Swadlincote.

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Emmy & Mini are 2 lovable little girls who now live happily in Leicester. They came into rescue as they were no longer wanted.

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Honey came into rescue after her owner had a baby and couldn’t manage to the time to give to her anymore. Honey is a sweet rabbit who loves cuddles and has now found her new home in Gloucester to live with a new friend.

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Slick and Ringo came into rescue after their owner,s circumstances changed. These two wonderful old boys have now found their forever home in Hampshire.

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Paws is a 13 week old Collie x who was signed over to the Rescue after his owners could no longer financialy afford him. He came into Rescue with his sister and both went into foster homes. Paws remained in Ayrshire, Scotland and Shadow his sister travelled down to Winsford, Cheshire.

Paws (now named Darcy) found his home straightaway and travelled down to Stoke-On-Trent to live in his new forever home.

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Three lovely does who were handed into rescue after a forced home move meant the owners couldn’t take them.  They have now found their new home all the way up to Scotland from Nottingham!

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The fairy girls arrived along with the two abandoned boys (Smokey & Eddy) after being abandoned on a doorstep in a box. Like the boys, these girls were also emaciated and had mites. Once built up a little and treated, they went to a foster home in Kent, where there foster mum also fell in love and adopted them.

                       

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Edward is a male adult syrian hamster who came into rescue after the owner had ended up with too many animals to care for. He is an extremely friendly boy and loves cuddles. He has now found his home in Nottigham.

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Shadow (now named Tizzy) came into rescue with Paws above and has now found her new home also and is settling in extremely well.

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Poppy and her daughter, Pansy have now found their lovely new home together in Wiltshire. Poppy came into rescue when she was heavily pregnant and her owners didn’t want kittens, nor for them to be born there. Poppy had her kittens in her foster home and raised them.

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Penny and Primrose  are also daughters to Poppy above and have found their home together in Wiltshire area also.

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Travis and Josh were in rescue for a while but have now found their new loving home in West Yorkshire. They came to us in a state with bad mites and respiratory problems, under-weight also. But they were soon sorted out and looking lovely and healthy again.

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Molly was found abandoned in a plastic recycling container with no bedding or food, soaked in her own urine and so scared she would run from your hands and squeal when picking her up. Over time with handling, she improved and though she still squeals when initially picking her up, she is fine once you have her. She now lives in Derby and with a group of does, happily enjoying company and life.

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Muffin came into rescue in a terrible, tatty state from mites. He was under-weight and generally depressed. After much love and care from his foster mum, Muffin recovered well and has now found his forever home in Watford.

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2 little doe rats have found their new home in Nottinghamshire. They were brought into rescue after they were signed over to us as their owner’s circumstances had changed dramatically.

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2 gorgeous Syrian hamsters and a little Chinese hamster came into Rescue, along with Edward above.  These 3 hamsters went from being fostered to being adopted in less than a few hours!  The fosterer’s teenage son fell in love with them.

 

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A large group of rats were signed over to Rescue, due to a change in family circumstances.  Four of these girls melted the heart of an RACR fosterer and are now known as “The Wizard of Oz Girls”. They are now living happily in Kent.   They are bouncy, friendly young girls.

The Black-Hoodie top-eared is called AUNTY EM.

The Black-Hoodie dumbo is called GLINDA.

The Black dumbo is called DOROTHY.

The Siamese dumbo is called MUNCHKIN.

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Megan came into rescue after her owner had to move home suddenly and was unable to take Megan with her. Megan went into a foster home and it wasn’t long before her foster family grew attatched to her and fell in love. Megan also grew attatched to her foster home and settled right in. Megan has now been adopted by her foster family and living in Stockton-On-Tees, Durham.

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Sooty (now named Honey) Is sister to Darcy and Tizzy.Some weeks after we took in Darcy and Tizzy, the people called us asking to take Honey also. Poor Honey was a nervous wreck. She has found her new home in Scotland with an understanding family who love her to peices.

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