Happy Endings

Happy Endings

Happy endings and stories from the animals that have found their loving forever homes.

Kanga

Kanga is only where he is today because of timely negotiation at the pound to divert him from the needle and then weeks of dedicated foster care. This big boy,  now looks forward to enjoying a safe future. What a very happy ending!

Erin Hounds

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Jenody (now Jed)

Jed (was Jenody)  relaxing in his new home, watched over by new girlfriend, Pearl.

Erin Hounds

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Kodak (now Kobi)

Kodak, (now Kobi) is making the most of the summer weather in his new home and is looking forward to welcoming foster brothers and sisters to play with in the near future! What a great happy ending for this handsome chap!

Erin Hounds

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Vectra (now Ivy)

From stray to sofa – Erin Hounds’ efforts to help Vectra (now Ivy) have paid off and her face says it all! What more does a gorgeous girl deserve!

Erin Hounds

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Nat (now Nacho)

The very handsome Nat, now Nacho has found his forever home with a happy couple who describe his poses on the sofa as positively regal and say he is the best dog ever.

Erin Hounds

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Lily

Lily has now found a fabulous new home and, as you can see, is totally relaxed in her new surroundings!

Tails Animal Rescue

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Benjamin

Benjamin is an 8 year old Corgie. Unfortunately his previous owner had passed away, so Angels Rescue took him in, and found him a new loving home.

Rachsie

Angels Rescue Website

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Wicked

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A rather stroppy big tom seems to have fallen on his feet, we neutered, dewormed and chipped him, he now looks like the king of the castle. We are glad Wicked has found his loving forever home! we wish him and his new owners all the best.

Angels Rescue Website

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Nuggy & Nora

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Two of the kittens, one of the pregnant rescues had went to the same home and look happy, both desexed, microchipping. Lets hope they have a long happy life together!

Angels Rescue Website

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Dobermans from Angels Rescue

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we rehomed separately to the same people, the girl 5 years ago, the boy 3 years ago, owners are very happy, sent us a picture of them together and we see them on occasion as they’re local. Dogs have it made there, only the best is good enough for them.

Angels Rescue Website

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Moses & Prudence

Dear Hazel and all at CHAR, Just to let you know Moses and Prudence are getting on just fine in their new home. Moses, instantly affectionate, is very outgoing as you know. He loves playing with his toys especially the squeaky

mouse on a string! Prudence took a little more time but is now coming out and about much more and joining in with playtime and even came onto our bed with Moses last night for the first time. Here’s a few photos for you- keep up the good work! Warm regards, Lucy and Paul.

Moses|Happy Endings

Cat Home & Rescue

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Riley

It is coming up to 2 years since Riley joined our family!  Doesn’t time fly when having fun.  We all got off to a difficult start but thank goodness we persevered.  Riley had clearly not been socialised and had many issues to work through.  He lacked confidence and social skills.  We did what we could as a family and then turned to the professionals by taking your advice and working with a behaviourist to address his fear aggression.  Two years down the line we have a handsome, intelligent, settled ESS, who still has a few minor issues, but on the whole is a much happier dog.  My message to fellow adopters is persevere!  Some if these dogs have had difficult lives and will not adjust overnight, they need patience, understanding and love by the bucketful.

Riley On The Beach|Happy Endings

Riley loves his walks and ball games.  Every walk has to include seeking out and carrying sticks and  discarded plastic bottles .  The record so far is two sticks and 3 lucozade bottles strategically placed in his mouth, which he proudly showed off to everyone he passed!   All walks have to be followed by a dip in the stream and a vigorous rub down with a towel. He has bonded well with Maisie our cocker and enjoys trips to the stables to help care for our daughters horse.

Cocker & English Springer Spaniel Rescue

CAESSR Website

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Woody

Selection of Photos, Woody|Happy Endings

Its been a while since we collected Woody. An update is well overdue.

Woody came to live with us in Liverpool on the 12th October. He very quickly dived into the big dog bed full of toys and made good work of destroying them. Wow – he is the toy destroyer. Poor Duke looked on in disbelief.

He was more interested in Duke, his cocker spaniel friend, than Duke was interested in him initially. Fortunately Woody is such a laid back boy he was able to shrug off the grumbles. I’m pleased to say that the grumbles didn’t last too long (as you can see from the photos). It’s quite funny watching the two of them on their walks – Woody is usually off somewhere ahead, behind, above us and Duke tries to follow him to see what’s going on. 

We live in a semi rural area so Woody gets lots of off lead walks. As a result he has been renamed Bonkers boy!! He is such a typical springer. Our previous springer was also a rescue and he only had three legs. We now know what a four legged springer is capable of. 🙂 He loves the open fields and is always chasing the birds. It is a safe environment and a few toots on the whistle will get his attention back. We need to work on it more to make sure when we go away with him we know he will respond quickly.

We are 6 miles from the coast and we all love going to the beach. Woody is excellent at playing fetch. He could play for hours and hours. In and out of the sea. You can tell when he is starting to tire. But does he stop? Oh no Bonkers Boy just keeps going and going. 🙂

Ken spends more time with the two spaniels and it shows. Woody likes nothing more than cuddling up on the couch with Ken and getting stroked. The spaniels both get the full run of the house and its good to see that Woody is independent. Although he has the choice to sleep on our bed, he sometimes likes his own space and will stay in his bed downstairs. I can appreciate it must have been so difficult to give Woody up. I understand that the surrender of Woody was the only available option. Rest assured – he is very much a part of our family. He has fun every day and the company of another dog when we are not at home.

We hope we make Woody happy. When we see that waggy tail attached to the waggy bum we know we are doing something right. 🙂

Cocker & English Springer Spaniel Rescue

CAESSR Website

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Sky

This is a picture of Sky in her new home and out of kennels after 5 months.

Sky in her loving home|Happy Endings

I collected her from the kennels this afternoon and she has had a walk in the park and her tea.  Having sniffed around the house a lot and had plenty of cuddles she’s now snoozing in her bed, which is in the living room,  just by my feet.  She’s been very affectionate and I’m sure we’re going to get along very well.

Congratulations to her new loving family and well done to all at RSPCA based in Cheshire that have looked after Sky at her time in need and finding the right home.

RSPCA Cheshire

RSPCA Cheshire Website

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Lexi

She has only been with us since Saturday but its as if she has been with us forever. We fully expected to have some teething problems when we brought her to our home but she has settled in so well. In fact as soon as she came into the home she went straight to my son and sat at his feet. She loves to lie with me on the sofa, or sits on his knee.

She has soon learnt what the lead means and although a little wary the first few times (took a little persuading to get her off the sofa), as soon as the lead is clipped on she heads for the door. She is absolutely gorgeous, I cannot thank you enough for telling me about her.

Cocker & English Springer Spaniel Rescue

CAESSR Website

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Pepsi

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The Cocker and springer spaniel rescue recently got a nice letter from a couple who have adopted little Pepsi. He looks like he is settling in lovely! He is quite a character and we have discovered if you sneeze he jumps on your knee!

We wish Pepsi, and his lovely adopters Margaret and Roy all the best for the future!

Cocker & English Springer Spaniel Rescue

CAESSR Website

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Badger

Badger the Hamster|Happy EndingsJust a quick update on Badger – he’s settled in wonderfully and is an amazing little lad. Even my mum, who isn’t an animal lover, fell in love with him. He how has a 12inch wooden wheel in his cage which he seems to adore – he was much too big for the medium Savic Rolly! Talking of size… He seems to be growing. He wasn’t underweight when you brought him to me at all but since being here he’s put on 23g and looks much, much larger! I’m 99% certain he’s a young hamster because of the weight gain/growth and because of his behaviour – he’s incredibly active, always wanting attention (and food!) and is so, so inquisitive. Every time my partner or I walk into the bedroom he darts to the cage door, says hello then starts begging for food. He’s a bit of an odd one – he makes sure all of his food goes straight into his food bowl! He loves being out and about and either tomorrow night or the night after he will have his first run around in his playpen. Looking forward to seeing his reaction to being able to run around in such a large area.

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Fred

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Cat Home & Rescue Based in Warrington took in a little cross British Shorthaired boy called Fred who found himself unwanted and thanks to being spotted on the Cheshire Pet Charity Network Webpage a lovely family come forward and offered him a loving home.  He has settled in beautifully and they adore him.

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Chango & Tuffy

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Cat Home & Rescue Based in Warrington, took in a group of kittens recently that became very poorly very quickly – they were taken to the vets with quite a severe tummy bug – but thankfully they all pulled through and here is two of them sitting by a roaring fire in their new home.  Their new owners report that they have settled in very well….  Their new names are: Chango and Tuffy and as you can see from the photograph – they have really landed on their paws!!

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Rossi

Rossi Relaxing.|Happy Endings

We adopted Rossi from his foster home at the end of August 2013, he was previously known as Tiger. He is such a lovely kitten, mischievous and full of fun but also very loving and affectionate and never stops purring! He is now 6 months old and growing into a very handsome boy.

Rossi was adopted from the RSPCA based in Altrincham, they rescue animals in need daily, and continuously need your support. As of last year, they have took in and re homed over 400 animals.

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Arthur

Arthur is a black and white kitten that was adopted from the RSPCA in Altrincham, He looks like he is settling into his new home! He looks like a happy chap.

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Arthur in his new home|Happy Endings

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The Cheshire Pet Charity Network is funded and run by the Willows Veterinary Group. This independently owned group comprises Abbeycroft Vet Surgery (Northwich), Acorn Veterinary Centre (West Kirby), Alsager Veterinary Surgery, Beech House Veterinary Centre (Warrington), Bridgefoot Veterinary Surgery (Warrington), Broom Cottage Vet Surgery (Wilmslow), Clarendon Vet Surgery (Altrincham), The Firs Veterinary Surgery (Kelsall), Holly House Veterinary Surgery (Knutsford), Laurels Veterinary Surgery (Runcorn), Lymm Veterinary Surgery, Manchester Vet Centre, Middlewich Veterinary Surgery, Station House Veterinary Centre (Hale), Willows Veterinary Hospital (Northwich)  and  Winsford Veterinary Surgery along with Oakwood Veterinary Referrals, Ashbrook Equine Hospital and 3 Farm Offices. We also have websites for Canine Reproduction , Shar Pei breed dogs and Lungworm In Dogs #.