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Dogs & Cats looking for homes from home

Here are some dogs & cats that we are trying to find loving homes for. They are currently not at either of our Centres. Please use our contact form or more information and/or to arrange a meet & greet.

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Gender/Age: Male 5-6yrs
Breed: crossbreed
Colour: Dark Brown

Zorba was abandoned in a box outside a shelter in Greece along with his sister. He was lovingly cared for along with around 80 other dogs until at around the age of 2 he travelled to England to live with us.

Zorba had not really spent any time with males (humans!) until he came here and is much more nervous of them than females. He likes to watch visitors from a distance to assess and then when feeling more confident; he will come over to sniff and eventually indicate he would like some affection!

He is a very intelligent dog, he watches a lot and takes it all in. He was one of just two dogs in Greece who had worked out how to open the gates. He is able to do the same at home, and he will also open the front door from the outside to let himself back in if it is not locked. He has not opened internal doors at home – although apparently he has when he has been at the vets!

Zorba has been with us since February 2018 and I am very sad to say we now need to rehome him. I have two other dogs aged 9.5 and 8.5 and although initially he was a quite nervous dog, he is now the dominant dog and bullies my elder male dog. It has got to the point where we cannot leave them unattended in the same room which is making home life very difficult. Zorba needs to be the only pet in the home. He has not met any cats, but will bark through the windows at them or any wild rabbits so it would not be recommended he live with them.

He has not met any young children so I would not recommend he live with any as I do not know how he would be if chased etc. My daughter was 10 when he came to us and there was no issue with her.

Zorba is an incredibly affectionate dog once he knows you, my other two dogs are very friendly Labradors but Zorba likes his cuddles even more than they do. Affection and walks make him happy. He does not play with balls or toys, he did not grow up with these things so does not really understand the point of them.

As mentioned above, Zorba is very nervous of males. He was scared of my husband at first, but once they started going out for walks he was fine. With males guests he will wait a while before approaching.

Zorba would make an ideal dog for a single woman working from home. He is left for short spells for shopping/socializing etc and very occasionally for longer periods for days out and is always fine.

Like many dogs, he does not like loud bangs and fireworks and would normally curl up either by my feet or actually on my feet when he hears them. If he is upset he will not usually eat his dinner but will eventually when he is calm again. He will eat slowly, but does eat it all in one go. He takes treats very, very gently and will usually take them away to the corner or out in the garden to eat. The ladies in Greece who looked after him said he was sometimes bullied and his food taken away by other dogs so I think this is why he does this even though my dogs have not taken his food as he eats in a different room to avoid that.

He has no health issues at present, he did previously suffer from repeated tail infections as he kept licking it but this was mostly removed around two years ago so he only has a short tail now.

Zorba is a great companion and his only fault is the unpleasantness he shows to my other male dog otherwise this would be his forever home.

Zorba is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own.

Please see the owners report on him and the reasons why they want to find him a new home.

Zorba is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or ageramsey@gmail.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet, I also have more photos.

Zorba is currently living in Rochester, Kent. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to

Ages Dog of the week


Gender/Age: Female 7yrs
Breed: American Bulldog
Colour: Tan and white

Ruby is a loving gentle dog. She likes to receive lots of attention and love. Her happiest times are when she’s walking around a field or snuggling up on the sofa.

She’s currently missing her owner but is generally quite chilled out. She doesn’t like being left alone and ideally she would love to sleep near her new owner as that's when she feels very safe.

She has lived with a male dog and a female dog previously but was a little bullied by the female dog. Ideally she would be the only dog. She could live with another dog but they would need to be easy going in nature.

She has had a hard life. Her first owner locked her in a cage full time and left in for long period last of time. She was then rescued around age 2 and lived since then until recently with one man in a small cabin next to woodlands where she often enjoyed walks but hasn’t walked much in the past 8 months due to owners health deteriorating so she will need Building back Up slowly. She lived in a small space but loved her owner. Her owner has passed away and Ruby is looking for a home where she can be comfortable and have someone around as much as possible.

Everyone that meets her falls in love with her as she has such a lovely nature and is always happy to see you!

Ruby is looking for a new home due to know fault of her own. Please see the fosterers report, and the reasons why she wants to find her a new home. Ruby is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or ageramsey@gmail.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.

Ruby is currently living in Rochester, Kent. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to




Gender/Age: Male 9yrs
Breed: Staffie
Colour: Brindle

Sampson is a loving boy who is in need of a special person to give him a new home through no fault of his own. My Mum took him on after the breakdown of my marriage because my new partner has multiple dogs and because Sampson is reactive we didn’t think it would be fair to force him into a new home with multiple other dogs in an already established pack so my Mum took him on. However she has decided that she can no longer have Sampson which is why we are looking to rehome him via the lovely folks at Last Chance and their Home2Home scheme. I've had Sampson from around 14 weeks old – he was previously with another family so I'm not sure of his backstory there but the house was chaotic and full of young children and they said he wouldn’t fit in there because of their busy lifestyle. Sampson is a reactive dog and by that I mean he is extremely scared of new people. This stems from a visit to the vet when he had a broken tooth. At that time he was absolutely fine with new people and had been well socialised. The vet tried to removed some plaque from the broken tooth which clearly hurt him and caused him to growl (understandably so Id say!) and from there once he had his surgery to remove the broken tooth something seemed to snap and when he woke up he didn’t want anyone but us around him – again understandably so. From there he didn’t like being around anyone he didn’t know and through no fault of his own I ended up squirreling him away from new people which in hindsight didn’t help. Much as I wanted to protect him from potentially upsetting experiences he is now extremely waring of strangers. To give an example if someone he doesn’t know walks into the room he would be fine in terms of watching them but not growling or approaching them. If they keep their distance he would go about his business. The problem comes when someone new tries to approach him and particularly touch his head – that would result in a growl.

He lives for fetch and in my experience the best way to build up new acquaintances is a) gradually and b) through his love of fetch. With other people he has been able to learn to trust new people this way. When a new person enters the room I grab his ball and he's excited for that (he will keep an eye on the newcomer) I then pass the ball to the newcomer and they throw it, he will go and bring it back. I then pick the ball up (until some trust is built up) give it to the newcomer who throws it again. This approach seems to work and within a short time an acceptance of the newcomer is quite quickly reached (trust takes more time but then that’s the same as us humans right?)

Sampson has no experience of other dogs or animals other than on his walks so his new home would be best suited for him to be the only pet. On walks he is very good on his head, he wears a fabric muzzle and is generally very good unless he knows he's going to the beach in which case he will get excited and pull.

He sometimes to try and dart towards cats but a firm hand on the lead stops that from being a problem. I tend to cross the road when seeing another dog, mainly because other dogs always seem to square up to him which is such a shame as he genuinely shows no malice. Its only when he is confronted that he gets defensive. And I can guarantee you if someone wants to pet him on his walk and you say “He is a reactive dog so please don’t touch his head” – the first thing people will try and do is touch his head so please bare that in mind.

On walks if someone simply talks to him without touching him he's perfectly happy with that and will even wag his tail. Much as he loves fetch he's not the sort of dog that wants to play for hours and hours so he is not demanding in terms of exercise and play. He will always be excited to see you when you get home wagging his tail and brings his ball to you but when you're ready to stop playing he is happy to crash out and sleep – he does LOVE to sleep!

I am self employed and have always worked from home so Sampson is used to having someone at home during the day, that being said he does not suffer with separation anxiety and can happily be left on his own at home for up to 9 hours.

I think ideally Sampson would be best suited to someone/a couple who have the time to build up some trust with him gradually – we are more than happy to do several meet and greets to start the process and make everyone feel comfortable.

He has no experience with children and because of the sensitive situation I would suggest a child free household would be a must.

In terms of medical history he is a generally healthy happy boy. He had a lump removed from his front leg last year which was a low grade sarcoma. The lump was successfully removed with clear margins. This means that none of the lump was left behind. I have the histology report if required. This procedure has left a scar but he recovered well from that. On that note if required he will wear a cone (begrudging understanding and accommodating regarding seeing him. They require him to be muzzled for obvious reasons but it is possible for him to be seen and treated when required. This is a good time to mention that much as he is reactive Samps is not an aggressive dog – he's never lunged for anyone without reason and if he growls its always because he is scared. He is in no way a nasty dog. To put things in perspective and to show just how well he can do he is now good friends with the veterinary nurse who helped operate on the lump removal and dealt with the subsequent weeks of re-dressings. At that time Sampson was terrified of him as he was scared and in a lot of pain. Since then we've built up one to one visits and games of fetch and now he will happily wag his tail and want to play with him so he CAN DO IT! He just needs time and empathy.

Bedtime for Sampson has always usually been on my bed/my Mums bed. He loves a cuddle and sleeping next to you so it would be lovely if he could continue to do so rather than being crated as he has no experience of being crated.

Sampson travels OK in the car. He's happy to jump in the boot and happily looks out of the window. He can be a bit whingey in the car – usually because he's worried he's going to the vets or he's excited to go to the beach so he can be a bit whimpery. He does not suffer from travel sickness. His longer experience in the car is around an hour so this is something else to consider if you live quite a distance away.

The doorbell is usually a barking point – again partly from excitement and partly because he is worried someone new might be coming into the house.

In terms of grooming Sampson has never been to a professional groomer because of how he is. That being said he LOVES being brushed! I had a Zoom Groom brush and he loved being brushed especially in the summer months which helps to get rid of any malting fur so you can have lots of fun there. Once he knows and trusts someone he is aaaaaaaaaall about the belly rubs!

Sampson loves being trained! Much as he is not usually a food motivated dog (when it comes to building up new relationships a treat will get you no where where as a game of fetch will make you popular!) however I used to do indoor training with him. I would get him to sit and stay as I walked all around the house into different rooms then call him and he runs to find me and get his treat. He's very good with general commands (again once trust has been built up) like sit, stay, paw, down… So that could be another fun way to build up a new relationship through something fun which he loves. His other favourite thing is a Kong with some peanut butter in (if he's been good I also add a little bit of his dry food which will keep him busier for longer) Sampson is both neutered and microchipped.

I'm desperately hoping that someone out there can give him the home he so desperately deserves – none of this is his fault and I will feel eternally guilty for the current situation but he has soooooooooo much love to give and he just needs the right person who is patient, loving, kind and considerate of his needs to give him his forever home. Thank you so much for taking the time to read his story.

Sampson is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own.

Please see the owners report on him and the reasons why they want to find him a new home.

Sampson is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or ageramsey@gmail.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.

Sampson is currently living in Deal, Kent . All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to



Gender/Age: Male 5mths
Breed: Dwarf Lop
Colour: Grey & White

Hugo was born on the 19th may this year, he has been vaccinated and neutered and ready to find a forever home.

Hugo is a loving little rabbit who loves his fresh vegetables especially broccoli. He likes to be out in the garden hoping around and investigating what everyone else is up to but also likes to relax and get petted.

Due to circumstances changing it would be unfair to keep him with us.

Hugo is looking for a new home due to know fault of their own. Please see the owners report and the reasons why they want to find him a new home. Hugo is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or ageramsey@gmail.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.

Hugo is currently living in Edenbidge, Kent . All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to

Honey & Beau

Honey & Beau

Honey & Beau

Gender/Age: Female and male 8yrs
Breed: Pomeranians
Colour: Tan/Ginger and Tan/Golden

Honey & Beau

Honey & Beau are the most wonderful dogs you could ever have the privilege of sharing your life with. Unfortunately due to a change in my health & financial circumstances I am looking for a good home with good people to adopt Honey & Beau.

* GENDER: Honey is a beautiful foxy-looking girl, and Beau is a very beautiful boy.
* BREED: They are both Pomeranians
* AGE: They are both 8 years and 4 months old.
* NEUTERED: They are both neutered.
• MICROCHIPPED: They are both micro-chipped.

* IN A SENTENCE: Honey & Beau each have very distinct personalities . . . and they are both loving, highly intelligent, active, adventurous, gentle, sweet, loving dogs with HUGE personalities. They live for their daily walks, and for cuddles, love and attention.

I adopted Honey & Beau in March 2019 from neighbours who had to let go of them once they started having children. They were born in March 2013 from different litters but have been together since birth. And they lived with the one previous owner from 2013 - March 2019.

* VACCINATIONS: All up to date. And the monthly and 3 monthly flea / tic medications that dogs require is always given to them on time.

* MEDICAL CONDITIONS: Honey & Beau do not have ANY medical conditions.

I researched insurance thoroughly before I decided. I pay £129 per month for the two of them. When I took it out 18 months ago it was £100 per month and after 12 months it went up to £129. The insurance can be reduced to £98 monthly but I left it at the £129 monthly premium in order to have the maximum coverage. New owners could reduce it to £98 monthly if they wished. It's true you do not have to have insurance but unless you have money to fall back on it really is a necessity.

* TEETH: Not everyone would mention the teeth when trying to re-home, but it's important. When I adopted them they did urgently need their teeth professionally de-scaled by the vet. The vet does this under general anaesthetic. Honey had her teeth cleaned by the vet in August 2019, and Beau had his teeth cleaned in December 2019. While under the anaesthetic they both had some teeth removed. Truthfully, they could now do with having their teeth professionally cleaned at the Vets again (unfortunately due to sickness this is an expense I now cannot cover). I try to brush their teeth but because they were not introduced to this as puppies it is difficult. I also try to keep their teeth clean with different veterinary products you can put in their water or sprinkle on their food.

Honey & Beau would not be able to live with very young children. In their original home they were chased all the time by the toddler who pulled their tail and pulled out clumps of hair. I'm sure they must have felt like they were being terrorised. Despite the constant tail-and-hair-pulling neither Honey nor Beau ever turned on the little boy. They yelped or made a snarly noise at him before escaping. As a result of this bad experience they do not feel safe around small children. They are no bother when out walking with small children - they basically just ignore children. However, sometimes you get a group of small children making aggressive sounds and gestures towards dogs and this will understandably result in Honey & Beau barking at the children.

Honey & Beau would not be suitable for living with cats. When we pass a cat on the street they bark at it and tend to want to chase it.


Honey & Beau live for their daily adventures in the park. Watching them have so much fun on their walks always brings me great joy. They both love the park but Beau in particular is a real little explorer who loves to run ahead independently. They both have great recall and come back to you when you call them no problem. Beau always stops and looks back to get instructions and he turns left or right, or runs back to you, all with a simple gesture. He is very clever.

They are quiet dogs at home when they are chilled and relaxed. However, being Pomeranians they are very vocal and yappy when they hear people walking directly past the window, or when they hear a motorbike. They get very excited about people coming to the front-door and you would have to be a person who would be okay with a minute of yapping when the door-bell rings, or when a motorbike or people walk past your window.

They would best suit living in a home that does not have constant traffic of people passing by the living room window.
And they would best suit a home with a garden.

They make a huge fuss over my friends - which looks like them being quite vocal and loud for a minute until they calm down, and then they want to sit near friends (or on their lap) and be stroked and given attention for a few minutes.

However, if it is a new person at the door like a delivery-man then the routine is to put Honey & Beau in the living room while answering the front-door as Honey's default position to unknown people at the front-door is to respond as if they are a threat to her home. She is only wanting to protect you and her home but she will bark very loudly and try to get to the delivery man to nip at his trousers . It's easily solved by not letting her come with you to the front door.

I took Honey to a behaviourist because of this reaction she has to strangers at the front-door and the behaviourist assured me that Honey is fine. The behaviourist said that as Honey is a wonderful loving affectionate dog with the exception of strangers at the front-door, that the best way to deal with this is simply to put her in the living room, kitchen etc until you have dealt with the person at the door. This strategy works a treat.

When introducing Honey to new friends visiting my home I tend to use the same strategy, and introduce them to each other inside the house and not at the front-door. As suggested by the behaviourist I also give my visitor a few treats to give to Honey & Beau. This works a treat. After an initial 30 seconds of barking Honey & Beau are desperate to show affection to their new acquaintances.

They toilet when I walk them and when I let them out to my small garden. They are also used to using disposable dog-pads in the house. They might not need to use it if getting out enough, but they use it during the night sometimes and when they need to go if they are in the house, especially for times like when being left alone at home when I go out.

They are totally fine with being left alone at home, but realistically it is not right to leave them for more than 4 or 5 hours. They were left for longer periods of time by the original owner but they are now used to having company throughout the day and being left for no more than 4 or 5 hours.

Like I said at the beginning . . . Honey & Beau really are the most wonderful dogs you could ever wish to share your life with. If you would like to find out more, or if you have any questions, please contact 'Last Chance' so we can arrange to talk.

* OTHER DOGS: The answer is both 'Yes' & 'No'. They are mostly fine with other dogs when out and about, but sometimes they will bark at another dog. Honey is overly brave and will bark at a dog she is scared of. This is typically only for a minute and then she and ignores them or sniffs with them for a while. They go on joint walks with my neighbours and their dogs with no problems. They tend to ignore the other dogs to be honest. However, they take a while to adjust to a new dog coming into the fold and they bark like mad . . . Honey & Beau would not be able to live with other dogs. They get very jealous and protective of their space and of the affection given by their human /owner.
* TRAVEL: - They love an adventure. Beau adores looking out the window on a bus journey (I find one of those raised seats where the window meets the seat. Beau can stare out the window for hours, while Honey likes to curl up on my lap.
Reasons for transferring the dog
I have been off work sick since October 2020. I had a breakdown and continue to have depression and anxiety. I have loved sharing my life with Honey & Beau the past two and a bit years but unfortunately, due to health and finances, I can no longer continue to meet their needs. I can no longer afford the cost of insurance and I cannot cope with having them without insurance. I have no family back-up and recently had to borrow money from family abroad to pay for Honey & Beau to be looked after while I went into the hospital. It is a shame but after months of consideration, I have decided I need to find them a new suitable home. I am trying to get well enough to return to work, but due to Covid this will mean working from home. Honey & Beau are both wonderful dogs but they are protective of their home . . . . and they bark at people passing by the living room. My flat is situated on the corner of a very busy block of flats on a road with a lot of passing noise (vehicles and people and children etc). The very small garden /patio is at the front of my flat /front of the building, so about 80% of the time I let Honey & Beau out to the patio someone will walk right past and spook them, and the barking starts. Working from home from March - September last year was tricky due to this issue, but with the cognitive problems I have had since becoming ill, I really struggle to see how I would manage to cope. They really do only bark when there are external noises, and only because where I live the external noises are intense throughout the whole day - they are wonderfully chilled-out peaceful dogs otherwise - so they need to live in a home that is not in a block of flats and not on such a busy road. A home with a back garden for them to play in as well as being taken out for daily walks. Even if I could move (which I can't due to issues with shared ownership) I still have the problem of having huge anxiety about my finances. I have not been able to afford to pay my mortgage or rent for the past 3 months but I have made sure to pay for the insurance for Honey & Beau because I know it is absolutely necessary, as there is no way I could pay for their medical care if they got sick. I hope this explains why I need to find them a new loving home. I can of course discuss everything further or answer any questions you have.

Honey (female) & Beau (male) are looking for a new home due to know fault of their own. Please see the owners report on this sad case, and the reasons why she wants to find her a new home. Honey (female) & Beau (male) are being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or ageramsey@gmail.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. Honey (female) & Beau (male) are currently living in London W12. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to

Rowan & Barley

Rowan & Barley

Rowan & Barley

Gender/Age: Females 9mths (sisters)
Breed: Giant/Lionhead
Colour: White/Biscuit

Rowan is a beautiful large white rabbit with blue eyes, she can be a bit cheeky when feeding, sometimes she tries to get the food from the dish before it goes in the hutch.

Barley is a gorgeous biscuity coloured girl who is calm and patient and has a very pretty face.
They are both partial to cucumber, celery, and cabbage leaves....their favourite seems to be young stem broccoli.

They seem quite patient when my 2year old granddaughter holds out dandelions for them to munch on and she finds it entertaining when the stems vanish into their mouths.

They love a good chase around in the rabbit run on the grass.

Rowan and Barley are looking for a new home due to know fault of their own. Please see the owners report on this sad case, and the reasons why they want to find them a new home. Rowan and Barley are being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or ageramsey@gmail.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.

Rowan and Barley are currently living in Romney Marsh, Kent. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to

Danny Boy

Danny Boy

Danny Boy

Gender/Age: Male 10yrs
Breed: Scottie x
Colour: Black

Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling
From glen to glen, and down the mountain side
The summer's gone, and all the flowers are dying
'Tis you, 'tis you must go and I must bide.

But come ye back when summer's in the meadow
Or when the valley's hushed and white with snow
'Tis I'll be here in sunshine or in shadow
Oh Danny boy, oh Danny boy, I love you so.

And if you come, when all the flowers are dying
And I am dead, as dead I well may be
You'll come and find the place where I am lying
And kneel and say an "Ave" there for me.

And I shall hear, tho' soft you tread above me
And all my dreams will warm and sweeter be
If you'll not fail to tell me that you love me
I'll simply sleep in peace until you come to me.

I'll simply sleep in peace until you come to me.

Danny Boy is a lovely boy once he knows you, he has to have a female owner on a one to one basis, this is all due to him being mistreated. Unfortunately this poor sad little lad, through no fault of his own was kicked and abused in his previous home, living day after day in constant fear, hiding and cowling away from his owner.

This is a very sad case due Danny Boy’s previous male owner who was sadly suffering with-Alzheimers and didn’t realise what he was inflicting on his once best friend.

Please therefore understand why our darling sad, confused, untrustworthy, frightened little Danny boy can be unpredictable towards men, and is quite nervous when first meeting you and needs to settle in slowly. Is there someone out there that can reassure him, give back the love he once knew, to enable him to trust that once again, like the song above will there ever be any pipes a calling for our Danny Boy?????? Or does he have to continue to hope, dream, wish for someone to call his name.

Look into those eyes, see his pain, reach out to him, give him a chance, give him time to trust you, give him back his life, give him the confidence, patience and love that he needs, LOVE that we all need. I know the right person is out there, make our Danny Boy’s wish come true, a loving home this Christmas, that day and every other one there on, FIND HIM PLEASE.


For those of you that feel you can give our little lad the right home, you would have to visit him on a regular basis, over weeks, even maybe months for him to get used to you and to start to trust you, so this is something that must be considered.

Danny is ideally looking for a quiet home, with a female that does not have regular visitors, with NO CHILDREN, MEN OR OTHER PETS. Danny needs to be his on boss, not be confronted by things or over stimulated or trying to teach him. Danny I would say at the moment, but who knows in the future, is currently not a companion pet, and would not understand or want loads of cuddles or fuss. Like I say he might be the most adorable companion, but this would take time.

Consideration must be taken when out with Danny, due to his fear of people, especially men, you would need to keep a distance from people and dogs whilst walking our Danny boy.

For more information on Danny please call our staff at the Edenbridge rescue 01732 865530




Gender/Age: male, 4-5yrs
Breed: lurcher
Colour: tan

Tito is a lovely sweet boy with the most gorgeous soulful brown eyes! He absolutely loves to run as fast as he can around the grounds chasing a ball and sniffing and exploring everything. He is a firm favourite with our dog walkers and gives the best cuddles and kisses and will do a funny little dance if you scratch his butt just right! Tito came to us nearly 2 years ago, found as a stray and has since been adopted twice and returned both times. The reason he has been returned is because he can get easily overwhelmed and will nip if he feels frightened. Tito would be best suited to a one to one home as he tends to bond with one person and then becomes very attached and protective of them and doesn't like to share his human! Ideally we are looking for someone who has experience of dealing with nervous dogs and will give him plenty of time and space to settle, especially his own safe zone he can go to in the evening when he is tired and wants to settle down. Tito is good with other dogs, although he does like to tease them by nibbling at their back legs and then zooming off! Tito will make a wonderful, loving and loyal companion for the right person who is willing to give him lots of time and love.




Gender/Age: Male
Breed: Staffie
Colour: Brindle

My Fears
© Samantha Medlin

Getting left behind
Not being loved
No one understanding
No one caring
are my fears

I was lost
No one tried to
find me
No one cared
No one listened

...but my friends at Last Chance do

Alfie has been with us for some time now due to his behavioural issues, he originally came to us from the welsh pound with no history so we have no idea what traumas he had been through before he got to us. Alfie doesn’t like meeting new people and can be very protective of his area, for these reasons we have come to the conclusion that it would be too stressful for Alfie to be rehomed so he will be staying with us living out his years in a safe environment that he is comfortable with and has members of staff that he has developed a good relationships with. Alfie loves playing ball, lazing in the sun and peaceful walks around our private fields. If you would like to join Alfie's fan club please use the contact form to let us know - your sponsorship will help us supply Alfie with all the things he loves, tennis balls and favourite snack Schmackos! Along with all the care, love and food he receives at the centre of course.

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