Please come forward to save a life or two, we need urgent fosters for these adorable happy puppies. Their lives are in danger as they live with their mum in a public park it’s only a matter of time before the ROP is called to get rid of them.Tel 9941 9595
Two kittens “Sultan” and “Qaboos” (from the same mum and both boys I think) are in need of a new home. I have to leave soon. They are both very friendly, like being stroked and are eating wet and dry food as well as what they can hunt! They are not yet house trained so need a place with a garden or cat flap. If you can help please call or message on 9829 1762 or email email@example.com
Flopsy is still waiting for a home. She’s one among the many wonderful adult cats we have under our care.
Adult cats make great pets. They are more relaxed and only want love and attention from their humans. They do deserve a chance as well. Please get in touch with us if you would like to adopt or even foster one of these cats.Tel:24562263
Meet Husk. He is currently being fostered but his foster cannot keep him much longer. He is estimated to be 2 to 3 years old and is good with other dogs. He iscurrently living in a house with 2 other dogs. He loves running and swimming. If you think you cannoneer a good home to this lovely boy please call us at 9941 9595.
Expat leaving Oman (sometime July or August), and we can’t take the dog, because we will be travelling a lot.
“Jebel” is 6 years old, good-looking, glossy black coat, upper-medium-sized (20 kg), neutered male Wadi dog, originally rescued by Peni Wilson in 2009.
Very affectionate, and likes to stay nearby. Enjoys long walks and swimming in water (wadis, the sea), likes at least 2 walks a day, but also very content at home. Quite obedient (heel, sit, wait) and stays generally nearby when on walks. Healthy, micro-chipped, likes adults, very friendly to other dogs, and playful (likes chasing games, and is fast). In new situations, he is shy and nervous (vacuum cleaner, odd noises, new people). Has had little exposure to children, so is very cautious: his tail goes down, and he will try and hide. Barks when people come to the front door, and sometimes endearingly howls when the mosque is calling to prayers, but is otherwise quiet. Gets very excited by cats, goats, donkeys, and has to be firmly prevented from chasing them, but walks shamefacedly away from a cat that stands its ground.
GSM: 9880 1970, email: firstname.lastname@example.org