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Tel: 01424 752121 (11am-3pm every day except Thurs)
Come along and visit our lovely cats who are waiting for new homes. We know they will be pleased to see you!
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Fostering

We are always looking for exceptional people to offer foster care to some of our dogs. It takes a lot to be a fosterer and we are so appreciative of those people who can give up their time and commitment to help a dog in need.

By being a fosterer you are contributing so much to the lives of the dogs until they have found a "forever home". In addition to the feelings of pride and fulfilment you will receive.

Please read below to understand how one of our fosterer feels about fostering and what a rewarding job it can be.

Why do we Foster Dogs?

We have been asked this quite a few times and the answer has to be; “Because it is so rewarding and the dogs give us so much in return”. When we get them they are often sad and nearly always confused and upset, in need of lots of tlc. We get to see them often at their lowest and given time and lots of cuddles to see them change into happy loving dogs. Dogs don’t ever ask for much, just a warm dry bed, regular meals and lots of love just like us really. In the last 14 months we have met and loved Neo, Alfie, Ted, Jasper, Basil, and Skip and when you see their tails wagging happily as they trot off down the road with their new owners to their new homes it makes it all worthwhile. Their stays have been from just a couple of weeks to 3 months. 

Don't you ever want to keep them?

Yes of course we do and we can if we wish just adopt the one we have and either stop fostering or we can carry on fostering alongside the dog we have adopted.

We also need cat fosterers if you have room in your home and in your heart to help look after a needy cat please get in contact with us.

 

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Tortie DLH female, 10 1/2 years old.Bootzie is an elegant looking girl who would suit a quiet and calm house with no other pets, she would benefit from a routine to help her settle. Bootzie is shy and unsure of people and as such would need an owner who understands that it may take her a long time to become comfortable in a new home. 
Tortie DSH female, 13 years old approx.Mavis is a chatty lady who loves a fuss and a cuddle. Mavis is being treated for a thyroid condition which means she has one tablet twice a day to keep things stable. She is very good at taking her medication which is added to her food. She really deserves to find her forever home where she can receive all of the love that she needs.
Black DSH male, 10 years old approx.Jingles is a sweet, gentle lad with different coloured eyes, making him very unique. He can be a little shy initially, but when used to his surroundings, gains in confidence and enjoys a gentle fuss. He would make a good companion cat and would ideally prefer one-on-one attention or a calm, quiet household where he can be himself and develop his loving character. He would also like to be the only pet of the household. 
 
Bluebell Ridge (RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121 (11am-3pm every day except Thursdays)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline Number: 0300 1234 999

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Bluebell Ridge
(RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121
(11am-3pm every day except Thurs)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline:
0300 1234 999