Friday, 2 December 2011

Animal Christmas Fair this weekend in Morecambe

If you don't already know, Animal Care's Christmas Fair will be on Sunday 4th December at the Platform, Morecambe between 11.30 to 3.30.

If you can get along and support their efforts to rehome and help animals abandonned through no fault of their own, the charity would be very grateful.

Monies raised will help keep Ant (above) and sister Amy fed, who came to Animal Care last July, when they were just a couple of months old. Sadly, they did find a new home and left the sanctuary for a couple of weeks but had to return as their new family no longer wanted them!

"Since they have come back no one has shown any interest in them which is such a shame as they really are a couple of complete and utter cutie-pies," say Animal Care. "They are very friendly and love getting lots of cuddles from anyone they meet and they are also very playful and love chasing around after their toys.

"Ant is probably the most forward of the two and Amy is a little shyer, but not much! They would make a great addition to almost any family and they are keeping their little paws tightly crossed that their new family finds them very soon so they can finally know what it's like to have a special place to call home."

And of course there are dogs like Jack Russell Terrier Freddie, a really friendly little lad who is desperate to feel loved and wanted again. He loves getting lots of attention and cuddles from anyone he meets.

"He's fine around other dogs but we don't know how he is around cats," say Animal Care. "He's not happy around young and noisy children so we will only rehome to a family with kids over the age of 15 who understand that he doesn't like to be teased.

"All Freddie, who does need to lose some weight, wants is a relaxed and chilled out life in a quiet home with a family who will love and care for him always."

Could you be the family for him?

• If you're interested in having a stall at the event, or could bake cake for them to sell at the fair, or if you can help in any way, please ring 01524 65495 and ask for Faye or Linda or email adminATanimalcare-lancaster.co.uk

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