AN­I­MALS IN DIS­TRESS

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An­i­mals in Dis­tress takes in aban­doned and un­wanted pets from across the north west. Here, Jus­tine Rams­den from the charity, writes about the an­i­mals look­ing for homes:

PEANUT AND BUT­TER:

Peanut and But­ter came into us when their owner no longer wanted them. They are eight-mon­thold broth­ers, both neutered males, very play­ful, lov­ing, af­fec­tion­ate boys.

They are look­ing for a for­ever home to­gether, as they are very close. BON­NIE: Poor Bon­nie, she was brought into us af­ter be­ing found left tied to a fence. She is a English bull ter­rier cross and has pre­vi­ously been used for breed­ing.

Bon­nie does have a few is­sues – she’s not good with chil­dren or other dogs, she has got a cau­li­flower ear and lots of lumps, bumps and scars (which have been checked by the vet) but she is also very af­fec­tion­ate and lov­ing.

We think she is about nine years old and is look­ing for a lov­ing home with no chil­dren or other dogs. ANT AND DEC: These two male ger­bils (broth­ers we think) are ap­prox­i­mately 12 months old. They are both quite friendly, tame and well han­dled. TIGGER: Tigger is a nine-year-old neutered male who was brought into us af­ter his owner could no longer care for him. He would make an ideal fam­ily cat. To adopt any of the an­i­mals seen here, please con­tact our Ir­lam shel­ter on 0161 775 2221 or visit our web­site at www.an­i­mals-in­dis­tress.co.uk.

l Bon­nie

l Peanut and But­ter

l Ant and Dec

l Tigger

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