Black-haired Greyhound, Cat and Rabbits Seek Home, National Animal Welfare Trust


On Halloween, the National Animal Welfare Trust shines the spotlight on its beautiful black-coated animals, which usually take longer to be adopted due to superstition.

Hello, I am Beanz, a two year old greyhound. I’m a sweet, friendly, sweet girl but I can be shy when we first meet because I can be quite nervous.

I walk gently on a leash and love to snuggle up in a cozy bed away from the hustle and bustle.

I am looking for a home with adult patients or families with teenagers who will understand that I find new things overwhelming and help me realize that the world is not such a scary place.

I could live with another dog of a similar size, as long as we get along well here at the ANWT, but not the cats.

Hello, I am Bruce, a one year old boy brought to the center as a stray. My caregivers think I may have been alone for a while because I’m quite nervous about them.

I spend the whole day hiding and sometimes whistling when approached. They give me three tasty meals a day and it’s hot and dry in here but it’s still a little scary. My caregivers are very gentle and are slowly teaching me to trust humans again, but it will take time.

I love my food, especially the Dreamies. Meals are my favorite part of the day and I love to eat my food from puzzles.

I am looking for a house with adults or families with teenagers aged 16 and over. I will need to be the only pet and once settled in I will need access to the outdoors.

Watford Observer:

Hello, my name is Elsa and this is my brother Sven. We are six month old indoor rabbits looking for our forever home together.

We’re both friendly but being more confident Sven does most of the investigation. We love to be cuddled, but we can squirm when picked up. We get used to being cared for.

We can live with adults and children of all ages if the adults do most of the handling.

If you can give one of these adorable animals a home, call 0208 950 0177 (option 2) or email [email protected]


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