Rollie, a four-year-old staffie, enjoyed a much-needed break from the kennels last week and went for a great walk along the beach.
He was so well behaved, loved the car and sniffed every pebble and plant along the entire length of Cocklerburn.
He’s a great dog, with huge potential. Rollie so wants to please the right owner will get a cracking dog.
A home without other dogs or children under 12 and with someone who can see potential in Rollie will be just about perfect.
Tara, meanwhile, is a black, retriever cross. Although she has reached double figures, you’d never know it.
She is full of energy, loves her walks and walks fairly well on lead. Although she could share her home with another dog, she is good when out and about.
Three young kittens, MJ, PJ and Lucky are three months old. They are looking for homes in pairs or singularly.
Paws and Boxer are black and white brothers, around 18 months old, who are very playful and, ideally, we would like to re-home together. But we would consider separating them for the right home.
Oscar is probably around three or four years old and a great cat who laps up attention.
He would need a quieter home although he could go with older children. He is a great cat in the making.
Rabbits tend to be thought of as an easy pet to keep, but they are far from it. A normal hutch just isn’t big enough. A garden shed would be so much better with direct access to a large garden, and ideally another rabbit for company.
We recently received a donation to enable us to plant some great plants – just right to give the rabbits lots to investigate and try. It will take a while to mature but what a great opportunity.
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