ANIMALS IN DISTRESS
ANIMALS in Distress take in abandoned and unwanted animals from across the north west.
Here, Justine Ramsden from the charity writes about just some of the pets in need of new homes. To adopt any of the animals seen here please contact the Irlam-based shelter directly on 0161 775 2221.
RUBY is an eight-yearold neutered female red Shar Pei.
She was brought into us when her owner had to go into long term residential care.
She is a lovely girl, very friendly, gentle and loving. She is somewhat overweight at the moment and would need to go to a home with someone who has the time to take her on lots of long walks and give her plenty of exercise.
FREDA is a young neutered female cream ferret. She was found as a stray and brought in by a member of the public, she is a very friendly and playful.
She has been well handled and will be ready for adoption in the next week or so.
KEVIN and SALLY are a lovely pair of rabbits.
Sally is around two years old and Kevin is around 18 months old.
We are looking to re-home these two together.
Kevin is very friendly and inquisitive, whereas Sally is slightly more reserved and a bit more timid at first.
These two are now ready for their new forever home.
NEVILLE is a 12-month-old neutered male Mastiff. He is a lovely boy, but he is a big dog and will require an owner who has the physical strength to deal with such a sizeable dog.
He is still only a baby and does require some training as he can get a bit boisterous when he gets excited.
We would not recommend him going to a home with children, only due to his size and strength.
Kevin and Sally