All they wished for Christmas was a loving new house. Now these as soon as deserted canine have had their want granted – because of the generosity of kind-hearted Mail readers.
Earlier this month, we reported on the animals’ plight, with many given up by breeders who couldn’t promote them in the price of dwelling crunch.
Others had been saved from cruelty however the majority got here from house owners who could not afford to maintain them. They had been rescued and cared for by Sylvia Van Atta, 65, who has run the Many Tears charity, primarily based close to Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, for 20 years. Fortunately, lots of the animals have been taken in by loving households.
Bailey the cockapoo with Paisley after she was adopted by her grandmother Eugenie Hill
Amongst them is cuddly cockapoo Bailey, who nestles in toddler Paisley’s arms after her household adopted the canine. ‘Once we noticed her within the Mail, we simply had to assist,’ mentioned her grandmother Eugenie Hill, of Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. ‘Bailey is settling in brilliantly and everybody’s in love together with her.’ Willow, a German shepherd, can be having fun with life together with her new household, the Workmans, from Honiton, Devon. Daughter Gemma, 21, mentioned: ‘She’s like a really giant pet. Inquisitive about all the things.’
Mrs Van Atta mentioned: ‘I need to say a giant thanks to all of the Mail readers who helped out. We could not have accomplished it with out you.’ For additional information, see www.manytearsrescue.org
Willow, a German shepherd, can be having fun with life together with her new household, the Workmans, from Honiton, Devon
Employees and volunteers on the Many Tears Canine Rescue had hoped to rehome their canine earlier than Christmas