Say Hi to George.🥰🥰…a loveable little rogue and tearaway. So much so that he would not stay still for a photo!!😄. A mature small dog, he is very active and would make a great companion in any household where he is the only dog. George...
Meet Nora, A three year old tabby and white cat. Nora came into our shelter a few month ago with her kittens. All were sick and needed our help. Nora has made a full recovery and is now ready for a new home. She is very friendly and loves to sit on your knee. She...
Trudy is a young cat, around 12 -18 months old. Like most animals that come to the shelter she was in very poor condition and really needed our help. Our volunteers did great work with her and she is now fighting fit. She would suit a home where she would be the only...
The delightful Matilda is still in search of a new home. She is roughly around six months old. She lost her tail due to an injury but it does not affect her one bit. She is great with her others and is such a nice loving pleasant cat. She is spayed, fully vaccinated...
All of our animals are neutered/spayed, fully vaccinated and treated for worms and fleas before they leave for their new home. If you are interested in offering any of our animals their forever home, please contact us on 045-522929 or visit us at the shelter. We are open daily from 2-4pm.
Before considering adopting a dog please ensure you can honestly answer YES to the following:
Can I commit to taking care and full responsibility of a pet for the next 10 – 12 years or for as long as they need?
Can I commit to walking my dog every day?
Can I commit to providing regular good quality food and water?
Can I commit to providing a clean, safe environment?
Will I treat my dog as part of the family without confinement or solitude – Dogs should not be left on their own for longer than 4 hours
Can I commit to taking my dog to the Veterinarian on a regular basis?
Will I make sure that my dog is always groomed, nails trimmed & teeth maintained?
Will I ensure my dog is trained so he never becomes a danger to other animals or people?
Am I willing to always clean up after my dog when I walk him?