We are giving her to a good home for FREE
Tilly is around 3 years old. We got her from neighbours who no longer could look after her in November 2020 and we have not given her any flea or worm treatments or taken her for any vaccines since. She was an indoor cat till we moved and we have kept a good eye on her regarding fleas. She’s a pure Bengal as well she is not a mixed breed.
Tilly needs a lot of attention and people to play with her. She also needs to be able to get in and out as much as possible through leaving a window open or cat flap.
We have to unfortunately give her to a new home as we recently had a baby and moved so she finally went back outside but will not come near us or the baby if we have him. She also needs constant care and attention but won’t come to get it as the baby will be near so she ends up crying a lot.
She’s all around an amazin
**DON’T MESSAGE ME IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A FIGHTING DOG OR A BIG DOG TO MAKE YOU LOOK HARD. THERES NO CHANCE YOU’LL BE GETTING THIS DOG SO DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME** With that out of the way it’s with a heavy heart we're looking to rehome our 11 month old Boerboel puppy named Arlo. Unfortunately we've been unable to balance work commitments, a new baby and the needs of our older dog with Arlo's and are now looking to find him a new home. Arlo is approx 60kg with some filling out still to do so experience of handling and keeping a larger dog is needed. Arlo is confident and curious in nature. He does react to strange dogs when walking on the lead and we have sought training on this specific issue. I would recommend Arlo be the only dog in the home because although he isn't aggressive towards our older female dog, he does 'pester' her and we find we have to keep them seperate for the most part which can be challenging. I would also recommend no young children in the home because although we have a 13 year old and 2 month old and he is fine, he is a big puppy at the end of the day and managing his needs
With a heavy heart I’m having to find homes for my 3 cats as my daughter has just been diagnosed with autism and they’re not getting the time and affection they need
Peanut will be the hardest to rehome as he was a rescue when he came to me. He is a very loving boy when he is comfortable and never lashes out or is aggressive. He’s very skittish and needs someone who is patient with him, he loves nothing more than jumping up to you for a scratch on the chin and then he’ll roll onto his back for belly scratches. However he
2 female dwarf hamsters free to good home
All free - everything provided
Both around a year old
Just want them to go to a good home that has time for them. I can’t get them out as much as my cat will hurt them. It’s
Unfortunately think we’ve reached a point where we need to rehome our 3 baby girls, Ronnie, Moxxi and Shadow.
Our baby is almost 7 months now, and getting to the age where he’s mobile and grabby and it’s not a good combination, sadly. We’re no longer able to give them the attention they need and it’s not fair on them.
Ronnie (top ear, white with grey markings) is approximately 14 months old, quite shy and doesn’t really like to be handled too much. She was originally part of a pair from PaH (before we knew any better) and Reggie passed away last month.
Moxxi (blue/grey rex, dumbo) and Shadow (blue/grey, dumbo) are from the same litter and approximately 8 months old, extremely playful, loving and enjoy being handled and exploring. They’re both brilliant with Jensen, so they’d be fine around young children.
They’re all in good health and healthy weights and we’ve never had any worries over them.
They have a nice big cage (stock photo/dimensions shown on photos) with plenty of space for the three of them, toys, a litter tray (litter trained, for the most part) loads of food, bedding and Substrate. The only thing that would need replacing for them is the box that we have in the bottom of the cage, which they’ve chewed to death; this could also be replaced with Perspex.
Cage was originally £170, along with the food, toys and everything else that would be going
Evie is a small fuzzy podenca, rescued from the Cordoba perrera where she was relinquished by her previous owner. That's a polite way of saying that this gorgeous little dog was dumped without a backwards glance by the people for whom she had worked for many years. Doesn't it make you mad and sad all at the same time?!
So we think it's about time this wonderful dog got a loving home all of her own.
Evie will be 9 years old in early 2022, so she's not a young dog - but nobody seems to have told her that because she is a lively little thing and loves nothing better than a good long walk, beetling along on her lead, snuffling in the grass - until she sees a squirrel of course. Her next favourite thing is cuddles with her special human - she is a very affectionate girl with people that she is close to. She will need a home with people who are as affectionate as she is and are willing to give her lots of love.
She's great with other dogs - her foster brother and her have great fun charging around and playing together...
It is with a huge and heavy heart that I put my cat up for adoption. His name is Clark and approximately 5 years old. He’s a loving and kind boy, who adores tickles under the chin. I don’t know much about his history as he was given to me, but he’s never been ill or required vetinary attention.
He requires a new home as I cannot provide the love and attention he truly needs. He has started spraying and marking areas of my home which I think is a result of stress. This is due to my working arrangements as I often have to spend a couple of nights away a week.
I wish for Clark to go to a home where his new owners can provide him with the attention he requires, ideally with no other animals o
Hi everyone, we have this beautiful little boy looking for his forever home. He is a stunning purebreed mini-lop but unfortunately when he was a tiny baby his mum over-groomed him and took some nibbles out of one of his ears. As he has been mostly hand-reared by us he is incredibly tame and great with people. He is a stunning colour and temperament, he just has a few bits missing out of one of his ears (please see last pic). We want him to go to a loving pet home as he has had a bit of a rocky start in life but is such a gorgeous bunny and woul
Approximately 6-7 years old
Medium sized female
Available for adoption
Storm arrived in the UK in April 2021 and is looking for her forever home. She is a loving girl when she gets to know you and when she feels comfortable in your presence.
Storm isn't very fussed on toys, but will happily be petted 24/7 and likes to let you know with a little nudge when she feels like she has not received enough pets!
Storm is looking for an adult only home.
Storm is looking for a pet free home. She has lived with dogs in the past, but would prefer to be the only dog in the home. Storm cannot live with cats.
Storm can walk with her collar, lead and harness. She enjoys her walks and will do all her toileting when she is out. She can be reactive to other dogs and some people she meets.
Storm has not shown any signs of destruction in her current foster home and can be left with no problems.
She sleeps well overnight and is crate trained.
Storm loves her bed and that is where you will find her most of the day. She also loves Schmakos, which are her favourite treat!
Can you provide this
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Flukey Duke is looking for a Special Family, to call his own, after a tough start in the UK. Fluke grew up in a quiet village, in the countryside of Romania - with his two sisters for company. at the age of 1, he was adopted in the UK - but in a relatively busy city environment and as an only dog… all that change was too much for poor Fluke to handle and he became rather stressed. he’s friendly with other dogs in a home/garden environment, after proper introductions of course. but he’s lead reactive - and can be reactive in other ways as well, if he gets stressed. we feel that a QUIET HOME in the country, with fields or forests to wander through and lots of critters to sniff-out would be best for Fluke. Preference will be given to families with a resident dog, as we think Fluke would do well and be less stressed if he had a doggie buddy to learn fro
I'm very sad to be doing this but I'm looking to rehome my dog Denzel. He is about 4 years old and is a shih tzu cross poodle supposedly. Potential new owners will be required to meet with Denzel several times before taking him, if you are willing to do so then please read on...
I rehomed Denzel from my sister who had rehomed him from someone who had told her he was good with children, but realised he wasn't when her child who was 3 at the time wouldn't leave him alone. Previous to my sister getting him he had had 4 other owners and I'm guessing from his behaviour he has been mistreated. Denzel needs a new home with adults only, or very mature/ sensible teenagers. The reason I am rehoming him is because I have a 2 month old baby and I am worried about when he is moving about in a few months. Denzel wouldn't go out of his way to hurt a child but I know it wouldn't take a lot for him to snap and I wouldn't want this to be a possibility.
He is quite a vocal dog and will bark at a knock on the door but will also try to talk to you. This is another reason for wanting to rehome him, living in a flat with a 2 month old baby he is being woken up when he does bark.
Denzel likes going for walks but does react to strangers (mainly men) and other dogs. He currently lives with a other dog but is very picky, he prefers dogs that are smaller than him.
He also loves to laze about on the sofa being stroked.
He can be playful at times. He likes playing tug of war (which he's not very good at).
With visitors he knows he does get excited and at first will mither a visitor until they say hello to him. Visitors who he doesn't know normally win him over with a couple of treats.
Denzel is house trained, we live in a 1st floor flat so he is able to hold himself for a long time.
Denzel likes treats and does take them very gently. If he has a bigger treat such as ahe pigs ear it's best to leave him alone with it, will growl if he thinks you're going to take it from him.
It is a hard thing for me to do as I have had him for the past 2 and a half years, this is