Warrington Animal Welfare dogs looking for a home for Christmas


Animal charity WARRINGTON is hoping three special dogs in their care will all get the best Christmas present – a home of their own.

The three furry friends have been neglected, so Warrington Animal Welfare (WAW) needs help finding wonderful homes for them.

WAW administrator Lorraine Maudsley said: ‘We don’t know why some dogs are simply neglected and it’s really upsetting for everyone, especially when we know how adorable they are.

“Three year old Staffy cross, Molly has been with us since June 2021 and hasn’t had much interest at all.

“She’s an amazing dog, but she will need a special family who will give her time to settle in and gain confidence at her own pace.

“It took her two weeks to settle into her foster family, but her adoptive fathers are now in love with this loving girl.


“Labradors and Labrador crosses are usually ripped off, but Dana, seven, hasn’t had much luck, she’s a lovely, friendly, playful girl, but she needs an experienced dog at home , as she can be a bit over-excited when performing and can be a bit talkative, which discourages people from giving her a chance.



“Roxy is an adorable little dog.

“She is only three years old and we fear she will be neglected just because she is deaf.

“Her adoptive father loves her, but they can’t keep her long term because they are moving.

“She has settled well into her foster home, loves a routine and is obviously a lovely, caring dog who is a joy to have around the house.”



WAW currently has 15 dogs looking for homes, with daily calls for more and they wish they could help everyone, but if dogs like Dana, Roxy and Molly can’t find homes, that means they there is less space to be able to help other dogs.

Lorraine added: “Dana is in a kennel, but lucky Roxy and Molly are both in foster homes and doing wonderfully.

“They would like to have the security of a forever home, but they are getting a lot of care and love in the meantime.

“Our foster homes are amazing, and we’re always looking to recruit new committed people, and ask anyone interested in Mavis or fostering animals in need to contact us as soon as possible.”

If you think you can give one of these dogs a home, contact WAW on 01925 748638, email [email protected] or visit the website to find out more about each dog. here.

Roxy, Dana and Molly are just a few of over 800 animals WAW has helped since January 2021.

If you want to show your support for animal rescue this Christmas, visit the website to learn more about their Christmas ‘Give Some Ho! Oh! To hope’ countryside.


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