Our charity prides itself on keeping our supporters up to date with all the latest goings on at the branch. Whether it be via Facebook, Twitter or our website we like to keep you in the loop about the realities of the cases we deal with on a daily basis. At any one time we can have roughly 70 animals in our care (and for a charity with no animal centre that's quite a lot of furry ones!).
Many of our animals come to us with short term injuries/conditions that heal quickly, some just need routine care (neutering, fleaing, worming, microchipping etc) and therefore we can get them ready and up for adoption as soon as possible.
Sadly, in the last few months we've been experiencing a large amount of animals that need long term rehabilitation and care before they can be put up for adoption. This may be due to illness, injury or behavioural issues.
This week we have the story of Randall......
|Randall when he first came into our care - 8th April 2015|
|Randall after this eye operation|
|Randall's eye starting to finally heal - 26th July|
|Most recent picture of Randall, minus cone!|