Please give us a forever home this Christmas

21:55, Dec 20 2013
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SNOZZ: Formerly known as Flyin’ Shifty. Greyhound, male, three-year-old. Snozz wasn’t cut out for racing but, according to his Waihi foster carer, he is ‘‘the perfect gentleman - tall, dark, loving, funny, quick to learn and house trained’’. He loves play-dates and sticking his nose in things, and is fine with cats and small dogs, and non-boisterous children. To adopt, visit greyhoundsaspets.org.nz or call Kaye on (07) 827 8379
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KNOCKA: Formerly known as Knocka Knows All. Greyhound, male, four years old. Knocka is gentle, friendly, and described by his foster mum as ‘‘an absolute sweetie’’. He is looking for a family to love, and enjoys playing with children and fetching tennis balls. He is chilled out but can get over excited around motorbikes and cats. To adopt, visit greyhoundsaspets.org.nz or call Kaye on (07) 827 8379
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LAVEDA: Eight-month-old crossbred pup Laveda is a loveable, friendly, energetic dog. She looks right in your eyes, eager to be your friend and please you. Laveda is looking for an active, fun family, and loves to learn. She also enjoys spending time with other dogs her size or larger. To adopt animals from the SPCA, contact the centre on (07) 847 4868.
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TINKERBELLE: Domestic short haired charcoal cat, female, 11 years old. Tinkerbelle came to the SPCA because her owner couldn’t care for her anymore, and is a smooch once she gets to know you. She’s used to being centre of attention so would prefer a nice, quiet home where she is the only animal resident. To adopt animals from the SPCA, contact the centre on (07) 847 4868.
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HALEIGH: Domestic short haired charcoal tortie female cat, three-five years old. Haleigh was abandoned by her previous owner. To adopt animals from the SPCA, contact the centre on (07) 847 4868. She is a social cat and loves attention from people and other cats. If you are looking for a smoochy lap cat, Haleigh’s for you.
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BILLY: Black dwarf mix, male, one year old. Billy is our longest staying rabbit. He likes the company of other rabbits and would be a great first pet. He’s had lots of handling and is learning to walk on a harness and lead. To adopt animals from the SPCA, contact the centre on (07) 847 4868.
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MAY: Believed to be a heeler cross with pitbull, female, approx. eight months old. May is a friendly dog who loves cuddles, attention, and exercise, and dishes out regular kisses. She is a bit timid around new people, dogs and children but soon warms up, and currently lives with a cat and dog. May is learning commands and is very food motivated. To adopt from Pitbull Rescue Waikato, call 021 140 5845 or visit their facebook page.
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CHARLIE: Lhasa Apso Cross, male, five-and-a-half years old Charlie is a real gentleman. His tolerant, laid back attitude would make him a great family pet or companion dog. Charlie knows how to sit and shake hands and will need regular grooming. For information about adopting a dog or to see dogs up for adoption, please contact kennel staff on 07 838 6664
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BENJI: Fox Terrier, male, approx. three years old. Benji is a typical terrier with boundless energy and enthusiasm. He would suit an active lifestyle with someone willing to help bring out his potential. For information about adopting a dog or to see dogs up for adoption, please contact kennel staff on 07 838 6664
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TINSEL: Labrador Cross, female, eight weeks old. Tinsel arrived in poor condition but is now a glossy chubby little baby who can’t wait to be part of a family. She loves to play, loves to cuddle and loves food. For information about adopting a dog or to see dogs up for adoption, please contact kennel staff on 07 838 6664
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GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS (YOGI, PADDINGTON AND WINNIE): Labrador Crosses, two males two females, seven weeks old. These are fun-loving little mischief makers who will be great family dogs. They will need companionship and guidance and will reward you with years of happiness and love. For information about adopting a dog or to see dogs up for adoption, please contact kennel staff on 07 838 6664.

 

Imagine being stuck in a cage for Christmas, watching as all the other animals around you were picked out by loving families and taken home to a better life?

For these 11 furry creatures that is the fate they face this Christmas as they wait and wait for someone to give them a second chance at life.

We've compiled a list of the animals who have been waiting the longest for a new home.
Do you have extra room in your heart to give them the life they deserve? 

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