Found a home!

April 5th, 2012

Animals adopted from 29 March – 4 April 2012

Plus 13 chickens, Mysha the lurcher puppy, and some of our fostered dogs were formally adopted – including Cleo the pharoah hound x and Bobby the elderly corgi x

Year 6 at Oldfield Park Junior School are our Heroes.

March 29th, 2012

school visit[2]

Earlier this year the children of Year 6,at Oldfield Park Junior School decided that they would like to support us as their chosen charity.This tied in with their topic of ‘Heroes’,exploring how being heroic can mean many different things.

So Louis, the rescue terrier, and friend visited the children at school to tell them about the work that is done at the Home.

After the visit all sixty chidren split into groups and came up with ideas to raise money for the Home. These ideas were presented ‘Dragon’s Den’ style and the two most popular ideas were adopted.

The first idea adopted  was to design a perfect pet and enter it into an art competition with the fee of £1 for every entry.

The winning design was ‘The Homework Dog’ which unlike most dogs that allegedly chew up homework,this one actually helps with it!!

The second idea was to hold an ‘Obstacle Olympics’ where pupils paid a fee to take part in various Olympic style challenges-much fun was had by all who  took part.

In  all the children raised a whopping £174.44

The two winning ideas teams visited the Home with their cheque and were given a tour of the site to see the animals and the work done here.

Thank you so much Year 6′ Heroes’ from all the animals and staff at Bath Cats and Dogs Home.

Found a home!

March 29th, 2012

Animals adopted from 22-28 March 2012

Plus 33 chickens, american bulldog Angel and Sammy the cat.

Found a home!

March 26th, 2012

Animals adopted from 16-22 March

Plus Marley the mastiff x puppy

Two Happy Endings-Nelly and Keshina.

March 16th, 2012

 

First Nelly-

nelly         keshina  

Her new owners tell us -

‘We recently  adopted a gorgeous dog from you  called  Coco We have in fact renamed her Nelly, which she responded to almost immediately.   We changed her name for a couple of reasons, my best friend’s dog is called Coco and we thought it might be nice for her to have a name that she doesn’t associate with anything from her past.
 We just wanted to thank you all, as we are so over the moon with her.   She has been so well behaved and a delight to have around, and is a perfect addition to the family.   
We have been so impressed with Bath Dog’s Home, with the care and thoroughness you show with your adoption procedure.   It’s so impressive.   Thank you again, hope you like the picture,  we  think she’s enjoying her new home.
 
With best wishes.

 Nelly’s new Mum and Dad.’

And now the lovely Keshina-

Hi all,
Just thought I’d let you know that Keshina has settled in to her new
home really well and is getting on well with the other two females
 that came from the same address – Niran and Marmion; after just a couple of days it was as if they had never been apart.
The photo shows  Keshina enjoying the comfort of my bed and the other shows a rare moment when all three cats
are sitting still at the same time.keshina 2

 As you can see Keshina likes to stretch herself out as if on display and is quite a graceful cat when not falling off things or chasing around with the others.

Many thanks from Keshina’s new family

Well-

‘Living in  the lap of luxury’ is the phrase that comes to mind with these two.Thank you all for giving them a comfortable life where they are loved and indulged!!