Success Stories

 2008 to 2009

 

 

2 male Roborovski hamsters have now found there lovely home in Oldham xx

 

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Panda, puppy Staffordshire Bull Terrier who was from a pound on the PTS list and had terrible mange and kennel cough has found his new family in Nottingham.

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Pringles and Pancake, 2x 4 month old Agouti hooded does are now living with their new mum in Nottingham.

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Maisie, Staffie cross has found her lovely new family in Nottingham.  Previously used as a breeding machine and hadn’t long had a litter of pups before coming into rescue, where secured her a place form death row in the pound.. Maisie now can live her life with no more puppies to rear and enjoy being loved and cared for.

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Alfie, little male mouse handed into rescue after the owner needed to cut back on the amount of pets. He had a case of mites and unfortunatly as a result lost half his ears. He was treated immediatly on arrival. Alfie has now  found his lovely home in Wiltshire

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Diesel, male Staffordshire Bull Terrier has found his new forever home in Nottingham living with a family and there family dog. Diesel was handed into rescue with a skin condition and the owners unable to afford tests and treatment due to change in personal circumstances.

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Maddie and Tipton, 2 chinchillas, was handed into rescue after a lady called asking for help. She had taken them in as the old owner had become unwell and hospitlised, due to this they had been very neglected and the lady appealed for help and contacted our rescue. They now have found their forever home all the way in scotland!

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Billy & Bob have now found their new deserving forever home in Nottinghamshire. They came into rescue after being removed from a run down caravan with many other cats, all were neglected and ill.

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Coda, male 2 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier has at long last found his new Family in Nottingham. Coda had been with out a home for a few months as he started in the pound as an unclaimed stray. Due to kennel stress he was moved to a private home until a rescue space was found. Finaly RACR found the request for a rescue space needed and Coda made his way from Wales to Nottingham to our rescue.

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Ambrose, the last of the huge welsh rescue mice was neutered and has gone to live in his new home with some ladiy mice in Uttoxeter.

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2 lovely Roan male rats have found there lovely new home in Nottingham. They were handed into rescue after a lady rat sat whilst the owners moved home. They never came for back them and then when contacted said they didn’t want them anymore and were left homeless. They now have the much deserved home they need as they are very loving boys.

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Lola, another of the caravan cats came into rescue and had been severley neglected! Lola was terribly ill with cat Flu and she had a severly infected eye. Despite everything tried to save her eye it wasnt possible so she had to have it removed. Lola had also been deprived of any social interaction and love and was so scared, displaying behaviour of a feral cat. With time and love given to her by her foster mum, Lola was luckly enough to recover and become a friendly loving cat. Lola manages real well with her eye.

Lola has now found her forever home in Nottingham.

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Carma, again another of the caravan cats who was severly neglected and ill managed to recover and survive and has found her forever home in Oldham with a lovely new family.

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Serenity, another of the caravan cats has now found her home in Maidstone, Kent as her foster mum and dad fell in love with her so much they decided to adopt her themselves. What a lucky girl.

 

 

 

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