Ertha Kit – 4 year old female Cross-Breed

Ertha Kit is a 4 year old female Cross-Breed. This iconic Lady was known for her role as the original Cat Woman. Ertha was born on the streets o Romania. Her Mother was a street dog, and she was conceived against her Mother’s consent. This is very common amongst street dogs, where there many unneutered animals roaming freely. Ertha was captured and placed into what is known as a kill shelter. The animals do not receive the greatest of care there and are far too often victims of abuse. She may have even had her limbs broken (although now healed) by one of the workers at the facility.

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Erhta has a chance to leave that lifestyle behind, wipe her slate clean and start fresh. Friedly, good-natured with dogs. Regardless of her unfortunate past, she lives in the now, in the moment
Vaccinated, wormed, flea treated, microchipped and spayed. For more information please get in touch. medium in size and waiting for that special home to pick up the phone.

We re-home outside of the Cambridgeshire area.

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For further details regarding adopting a dog from Walkerscreek Rescue in Cambridgeshire, please contact Lee or Claire by emailing help@walkerscreekrescue.co.uk or telephoning 0785 323 5843. We re-home dogs anywhere in the U.K. This means that you can apply if you have a U.K postal code. All dogs are re-homed subject to a successful home-check, terms and a rehoming fee.
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