An older kitten turned up at the shelter. He can come and go as he pleases, but seems to have made himself completely at home. He is super friendly so again not feral. We do not know much about him or what his story is. Thank you so much Miranda Spri for naming him Bruce.
Here are some of our beautiful dogs getting their yearly boosters to keep them safe and healthy.
Some very sad news
Two of the kittens have sadly died, little Peanut and Sally. They became poorly after they were wormed and their tiny little bodies could not handle the amount of worms they were passing. The two kittens in the picture are the surviving kittens, Angelo and Koshka.
The original Mama Dog and a new Mama Dog.
This young mother dog started coming for her breakfast a few weeks ago, now she’s here every morning and evening. Obviously feeding pups. We have checked the usual places where the feral dogs have pups but no luck.
Some dogs who would love forever homes
There aren’t many small dogs at the shelter, but Bella is one of them, around 15 kg. She loves to take long walks and would be great for people with an active lifestyle. We hope this beauty will find her happy ending soon. More information www.streetdogrescue.com
This is Jack, a lovely, happy boy. Not so big, about 50 cm. He enjoys his walks outside the shelter. Hopefully, someday someone falls in love with him as much as we love him. More info at www.streetdogrescue.com
This gorgeous girl is Sweetie. She has been at the shelter since 2013 and would love to find a family of her own. If you are interested in adopting or fostering her in the UK or Netherlands there is more information at http://www.streetdogrescue.com
Thank you for all your support – we couldn’t do what we do without you xx