ANIMALS IN DISTRESS
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 Peanut and Butter
l Ant and Dec