Pupdate on Penny!

Remember Penny, our sweet girl abandoned at a train station, you can read more about how she came to CDCH here.

We wanted to share some wonderful news with you and a little update 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!'

Thank you so much to everyone who donated towards the care of Penny. Once again we are overwhelmed by your generosity. We can't thank our supporters enough, as without you, we wouldn't be able to achieve all the wonderful work we do!

We now have some positive news for Penny as she's now on the search for her forever home....

After having a complicated couple of months, being abandoned at a train station and having to have both eyes removed due to having a chronic untreated eye disease, she is now flourishing day by day into the cheeky, loving dog she is.

Penny requires a home that is patient and understanding of a blind dog's needs, as she is still adjusting to life with no sight. Currently Penny is placed in a foster home, and she is becoming more confident each day with her surroundings. She is incredibly affectionate and thrives in human company so will benefit from someone being around most of the day, and someone who isn't shy of a cuddle!

She is best suited to an adult only home with no other pets as she deserves all the attention on her. Penny has been enjoying some fun basic training (food is the way to her heart!), and is also becoming playful with her toys. A home that can provide her with rural walks away from traffic would be beneficial as she can find traffic worrying due to having no sight.

Even after being so let down by humans, Penny has nothing but love and affection to show towards everyone she meets, and she's now ready to be showered with love by her new family!

To help us continue to care for animals like Penny you can donate by clicking here.

If you think you could provide a wonderful home for Penny, complete a perfect match form here.

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