These Oldham animals are looking for a home forever


Are you looking to welcome a new animal into the family?

The Oldham Times contacted the Pennine Pen Animal Rescue team and staff at the RSPCA Rescue Center in Holgate Street, Oldham, who said the animals need a home forever.

Pennine Pen only comes home locally in Oldham and the surrounding area, up to an hour’s drive away.

To adopt a pet from the RSPCA Rescue Center, applicants must complete a “Perfect Match Form” which can be found on the RSPCA Bury and Oldham website.

Here is the truth about animals that need to be relocated.

Norris

Norris arrived at Pennine Pen from another rescue after being found wandering and never claimed.

The Pennine Pen team describe Norris, an 18 month old cross breed, as a “spirited young boy who has a lot of potential” but needs an owner who is committed to his training.

Norris who hasn’t been socialized or trained a lot and is wary when meeting new people, but “playful and friendly” once he gets to know people.

Norris’ new family will need to be able to make back-to-back visits to bond with Norris before they bring him home.

Norris will need to be the only dog ​​in an adult-only home and cannot be accommodated with cats. He will also need a secure garden and plenty of walks.

Moon

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Luna is a three year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is described by the Pennine Pen team as a “calm and rather relaxed girl”.

Luna takes treats “kindly and gently” and “loves spending time with her humans,” according to the team.

Although Luna has encountered other dogs to the rescue and has walked with them with no problem, in addition to becoming defensive when the dogs approach her, the team believe she would rather be the only dog ​​in her. the House. Luna is strong when walked and should be a “dog on a leash only”.

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier will also need to live in a house free of cats and small animals with a secure garden.

The team added: “Luna is clean, good with a car and has good manners when she walks. We really can’t fault him and whoever adopts him will be a very lucky family.

Carrot

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Carrot, a five-year-old short-haired red-and-white domestic crossbreed, arrived at the RSCPCA Rescue Center nine months ago with a neck injury that is now completely healed.

After appearing stressed in the cattery environment, he was placed in a foster home where he “came by leaps and bounds,” according to the RSPCA team.

He is described as a “cheeky, confident boy” who loves nothing more than snuggling up next to someone on the couch at night.

The RSPCA team warned that all food should be hidden as he “loves his food and will pinch it.”

Claire

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Clara was found abandoned in an alley, with her four kittens, who have since been relocated.

The eighteen-month-old girl is described by the Pennine Pen team as a “nice girl, who can be a little nervous at first, but likes to make a fuss”.

The black and white semi-longhair domestic cat would like a home with reasonable children (ages five and up) and could possibly live with another cat with careful introductions.


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