Meet RSPCA Warrington's most adorable newest arrivals

Meet RSPCA Warrington's most adorable newest arrivals

Meet RSPCA Warrington's most adorable newest arrivals

Meet RSPCA Warrington's most adorable newest arrivals

Meet RSPCA Warrington's most adorable newest arrivals

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HOW could you resist this group of adorable faces?

The RSPCA Warrington branch have puppies in need of a home after their mum was found to have cancerous tumours in her stomach and died when her pups were eight weeks old and she was only two.

Three of the group have now been reserved but the rest of the 16-week-old bunch are looking for someone who can provide the exercise, training, play and company they need.

A spokesman added: “We're no longer open to the public and are concentrating on cruelty cases however when an animal's case has been signed over, we have a small window of opportunity to try to re-home that animal by appointment only.

“At the moment we have the puppies, one dog and one cat to find homes for before they are sent elsewhere.”

For more details, visit rspca-whs.org.uk.

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9:52am Wed 5 Mar 14

Beanieblue says...

"At the moment we have the puppies, one dog and one cat to find homes for before they are sent elsewhere"

Is this a euphemism for their usual practice of being put to sleep?
"At the moment we have the puppies, one dog and one cat to find homes for before they are sent elsewhere" Is this a euphemism for their usual practice of being put to sleep? Beanieblue
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12:57pm Wed 5 Mar 14

Nicnak22 says...

No it's not a euphemism for put to sleep it means shortly they will be moved to one of our rehoming centres for a better chance of finding a home :)
No it's not a euphemism for put to sleep it means shortly they will be moved to one of our rehoming centres for a better chance of finding a home :) Nicnak22
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6:56pm Wed 5 Mar 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

Nicnak22 wrote:
No it's not a euphemism for put to sleep it means shortly they will be moved to one of our rehoming centres for a better chance of finding a home :)
I will take that girl on the left then, quite fit!

Still Grumpy (but here's hoping)
[quote][p][bold]Nicnak22[/bold] wrote: No it's not a euphemism for put to sleep it means shortly they will be moved to one of our rehoming centres for a better chance of finding a home :)[/p][/quote]I will take that girl on the left then, quite fit! Still Grumpy (but here's hoping) GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -1

8:59pm Wed 5 Mar 14

muckerman says...

Adorable?
...Don't think so
Adorable? ...Don't think so muckerman
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