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Become a Doggy Detective

| New Information | November 18, 2014

When you find a dog in an area – please do a bit of local enquiring. It may take some time out of your schedule, but we find many a time someone in the area will recognise the dog. That extra bit of detective work you carry out – could make the difference between the animal finding its home quickly rather than trying to get a place in a shelter.

Not everyone is on Facebook or has access to the internet. Knocking on doors, leaving a note in a letter box and sticking up posters regarding the found animal makes all the difference.

Some dogs are spooked by adverse weather conditions – which we have a lot of here – and there is also fireworks, gunshots and unexpected noises. Please don’t presume that every dog is abandoned.

Become a doggy detective and do a search before you leave the area.

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Terry is a real bundle of cuddles , he adores his humans but despises other cats and will attack. He is a 10 year old neutered male .. We are looking for a home for Terry where he is an only pet and gets lots of human attention. Terry has an issue with his paw but vets are happy to leave it as he manages well . He will need to be inside most of the time with supervised access to outside if that be is possible. Terry is very clean and well behaved in the house. We would be happy to let him go as a foster cat if that suited better. Thank you. Please call 0862112850 after 11am, no texts please.

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