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Joy – 3 year old female Cross-Breed

This is Joy, mum to our miracle pups! We call them our miracle pups as it is a miracle they survived their lovely mum being starved and then abandoned so close to their being born! How did her so-called owners think she was going to survive having no food (especially whilst pregnant!!!!!), how did they think she was going to keep warm and dry during one of the coldest times of the year and where on earth did they think this poor, beautiful girl was going to deliver her puppies and keep them safe and fed and warm!!!!!

 

The answer to those questions is that THEY DIDN’T CARE, THEY DIDN’T CARE ONE LITTLE TINY BIT! They didn’t care if she lived or died or if her puppies lived or died either. They had also left her with an irritating skin condition, which is now being treated of course. No words can describe how we feel about the people who have done this to Joy and her babies, well absolutely none that I can write here. Joy gave birth to her miracle babies on Christmas Day evening, 2 gorgeous boys Will and Robin and 2 beautiful girls, Faith and Hope.

Joy is a really lovely girl, very gentle and steady and she is being a wonderful mum to her babies. We would like to find a home for Joy where she will have lots of human company during the day and gentle exercise every day whilst she is recovering from motherhood. She needs a home where she will get lots of love and attention as I’m sure she has had precious little of this in her life, poor girl. She will need a lovely, squashy bed or sofa and an enclosed garden to potter about in with you, when it’s warmer.

Joy is approximately 3 years old and seems to ignore other dogs. She can be cat tested if necessary and can live with children aged 10+. A special girl in need of a special home please. Joy and her babies will be ready to go to new homes towards the end of February, but please do get in touch if you are interested in offering Joy, a loving, forever home. It would be wonderful to have a home lined up for when she is ready to go.

West Norfolk RSPCA Re-homing Centre

West Norfolk RSPCA Re-homing Centre

For further details regarding adopting a dog from West Norfolk RSPCA Re-homing Centre, please make initial enquiries to Jo Hayes at jo@westnorfolkrspca.org.uk For more details about the rescue or any of their dogs please visit www.westnorfolkrspca.org.uk
West Norfolk RSPCA Re-homing Centre