January 2021 - CDCH Animal Update!
Dusty & Pikachu - Looking for a home soon
2 beautiful Chinchillas were bought into our care by an Inspector. They were living in less than suitable conditions and Dusty had to receive some veterinary care due to a respiratory infection. She is recovering well and we hope to be able to rehome them soon.
They are currently in a foster home but as soon as they are available for adoption we will update our website.
Diesel - Happily homed
We are pleased to report that Diesel is doing very well with his new family.
Diesel was looking for the right home for some time so we are all so pleased to see him coming along so well.
Penny - Reserved
This wonderful little lady arrived in our care after a lengthy period of hospitalisation at Newbrook animal hospital. She was found abandoned at a bus station and was suffering from untreated and advanced glaucoma which meant she was going blind in both of her eyes.
Despite efforts to treat and save her eyes, Penny underwent a double enucleation, both of her eyes were removed, which in time, would mean she could lead an otherwise healthy life.
She arrived in our care on 21st January and was placed in her foster home just a couple of days later.
Penny is doing incredibly well and is now reserved!
Vincent - Happily Homed
Vincent is a fabulous cat that arrived with us in October 2020 and required extensive surgery on his ears. He needed a TECA operation, which is a total ear canal ablation and is usually the result of extensive, untreated ear infections.
We are delighted to report that Vincent made a full recovery and has found his forever home! He is reported to be doing extremely well with his new family.
Izzy - Happily homed
After nearly 5 months in our care, beautiful little
Izzy has gone home with her new family!
Izzy arrived in our care with a second dog, Lola.
Both of the girls required a great deal of trust to be built and it took a long time when it came to making new friends, especially with men.
We decided to rehome the two separately as they both responded well to training individually but not so well as a pair.
Lola’s journey has been caught up in the COVID restrictions around her rehoming due to requiring a number of meetings, however Izzy had already built up a fantastic bond with her family and she was rehomed this month.
As you can see, she has made herself right at home!
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