Pets Corner: Boris, Lulu and Shadow at the Animal Sanctuary


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It’s been an extremely busy summer at the Animal Sanctuary, and we have been inundated with unwanted animals, which we would love to re-home.

We have many kittens, cats, rabbits, ducks, geese, hens and cockerels available, so if you can give any of these animals a loving home, please contact us urgently.

Here are a few we would like to highlight this week:

Boris is a sweet, black and white 15-week-old male kitten, pictured above with his ginger and white brother Henry, who has just been re-homed.

Boris is very playful and we really don’t want him to be on his own for very long. If you and your family would like a friendly little companion, please contact us as soon as possible .

Lulu is about a year old, we think. She is a very pretty friendly tabby cat who was brought into us as a stray from someone’s garden where they had been feeding her for a few weeks.

Lulu has the most beautiful huge round eyes and is a favourite with all our volunteers.

She will be neutered before being rehomed and we think she would suit almost any cat-loving family.

Shadow is a pretty black and white female rabbit who was brought into us last November, and is about one year old.

She loves the volunteers here but loves her vegetables even more. If you have another female rabbit or a neutered male to be her companion, then Shadow is the one for you.

Home checks and fees apply to the above animals.

Please e-mail us at theanimalsanctuaryuk@hotmail.

com or call 07971 756494.

The Animal Sanctuary, Lake End Road, Dorney, SL4 6QS.


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  • rbfTD300

    12:12, 25 August 2016

    Why are people still surrendering their poor animals to this place? Have they not seen the dreadful conditions the so called "recued" animals are forced to live under. Rabbits kept in dog cages that have not seen any grass for over a year, rats openly sharing the chicken feed. Pigs, goats and sheep sleeping on piles of rotting hay and excrement. Horses not cleaned out on a regular basis etc etcRescue these poor creatures



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