LEFT IN THE LURCH; Animal rescue charity appeals for loving homes for these dogs.
Byline: GARY PORTER Daily Post Reporter email@example.com
A FLINTSHIRE animal rescue is desperately appealing for people to consider giving one of these lurchers a loving home.
North Clwyd Animal Rescue in Trelogan has seen a recent influx of the breed with nine currently in need of an owner.
Volunteer Debbie Jones said: "We've got an awful lot of lurchers as well as black kittens at the moment. There's no particular reason for it, it's just one of those unfortunate things."
One of the dogs is called Mitzy who is described as a "very friendly and bouncy" 11 month-old lurcher in need of a home where she can play with other dogs.
Bowie arrived at NCAR as a stray who has an old injury to his front paw which means he's restricted from going on longer walks for the time g being.
bLi Louie is a fun-loving 10 month-old Lurcher whose favourite thing to do is play with other dogs, which is also "bouncy" Boris' favourite past time.
i " Bianca is one year old and described as a "playful girl" in need of a home with boundaries and someone who can carry on her training.
as wca Tom and Jerry are "shy" one year-old males who need a home together where they will get long walks.
ey Rocket is another one year-old Lurcher who loves to run and sleep, while young female Peggy requires an active family who can provide lots of walks and training.
ma theR er you fam and N kitt due fa kd NCAR also currently have nine black kittens in need of new homes with more due to arrive at the rescue over the course of the weekend.
dc If you can give an animal a home call Nnc op NCAR on 01745 560546 or visit www.ncar.org.uk. The rescue centre is also open seven days a week 11am-4pm.
IN NEED OF A HOME: Clockwise from above - Rocket, Louie, Bianca, Peggy, Bowie, Boris and Mitzy
Tom and Jerry (main) are amongst the lurchers at a Flintshire animal rescue in need of a loving home
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)|
|Date:||Jul 11, 2016|
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