Penny has found her forever home!

Penny stole many hearts across the country as she made National news about how she was found, abandoned at a train station in urgent need of medical care.

Just before Christmas, a member of the public spotted Penny, tied up, scared and alone at a train station. She was rescued and rushed to a vets.

The vets found that Penny had Glaucoma and had been suffering with it for some time. Penny was under close watch with the vets and they did all they could to save her eyes. The Glaucoma had done too much damage and the best thing for her was to remove her eyes to stop the suffering.

Penny adapted so well to the loss of her sight. If you would like to read the full story you can see it HERE.

Penny was lucky to spend her recovery with a fantastic foster family! Here is a message from her foster Mum: 'Penny has settled in well, and has grown her confidence with navigating round the house and garden quickly. Her cheeky personality is shining through everyday, and she's now showing great interest in play time with her toys! Penny is at her happiest when she's cuddled up on my lap, it stops me from getting my work done but I can't say no!'

Well.... we had hundreds of forms flood in to offer Penny a home. We were overwhelmed! After lots of discussions, viewings following the current COVID-19 guidelines... are are happy to announce... PENNY HAS FOUND HER FOREVER HOME!!

She will be going to her new forever home at the end of the month and we couldn't be happier. They will provide her with the love, care and attention she deserves and has clearly missed out on for a big part of her life.

Once Penny has settled in with her new family we will give you another update!

We wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you. Thank you for donating towards the cost of her care. Thank you for sharing her story to help us reach more supporters. Thank you for always standing by us. The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home couldn't do it without you!

If you would like to donate to help animals like Penny you can do so HERE.

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