STAFF at an animal rescue based in Ince Blundell are delighted after two adorable duos of dogs were able to find homes – while being able to stay together!
The Champion revealed in May that Labrador cross Alice, eight and her doggy best friend Daisy, a Germain Pointer Cross, 10, who had been paired for eight years, were in need of a home together after they were handed in to the team at Freshfields Animal Rescue after their owner suffered a stroke and was no longer able to care for them.
After being featured in the Champion, the best pals found a home together to the staff’s delight and relief.
But no sooner had homes been found for Alice and Daisy when another pair of best buddies arrived at the centre and another search for a home had to be initiated for 13-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Jack, and eight-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross-breed, Missy, who have also been together for many years.
However, the team at Freshfield were thrilled when the two dogs were also re-homed as a pair!
Debbie Hughes from Freshfields revealed: “Thanks to the Champion, Alice and Daisy now have a home! A lovely couple from Maghull saw their story in your paper, and the happy pair are now loving life at their forever home.
“Jack and Missy are a second happy pair who found a home together. That’s two in the past few months! They don’t have to be split up now, and we’re all thrilled to bits.”