Some of Plymouth's most unwanted pets are finally found new homes
SOME of the most unwanted animals being cared for by city charities have finally been rehomed after appearing in The Herald.
Gables Farm Dogs' and Cats' Home, in Plympton, featured its 11 most unwanted pets in The Herald at the end of August. And five of them have now found new loving homes.
Kizzy, a ten-year-old "independent" cat was adopted by a single woman from Saltash, and three-year-old moggie Primrose is being collected by her new owner on Saturday. Smiley Miley, a nine-month-old kitten, also found a home as a result of the campaign.
Pete, a four-year-old ex-racing greyhound, has been given a new lease of life by an experienced greyhound handler and Dino, a four-year-old male Springer spaniel, is with a new family.
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Sadly a rottweiler named Cuddles and a 12-year-old moggie with no ears, called Snowy Cat, are still to find a home.
Among the other pets still needing a family are: Manda, a five-year-old puss; Stilton, a two-year-old "Staffie" dog; Big Daddy, an Alaskan Malamute, aged three; and Sweet Pea, a female dog.
Over at Woodside Animal Welfare Trust, Plympton, 10-year-old Doberman Ruby, who appeared in The Herald at the beginning of July, has also found a home. But two-year-old lurcher Tamar had to be put down after suffering neurological problems.
Both charities are still inundated with unwanted animals, particularly cats and kittens, and have appealed to the public to help give them a loving home.