KIND-HEARTED staff at Evesham’s Dogs Trust’s Rehoming Centre took in more than 800 dogs last year and have appealed for more temporary foster homes across the Vale.
Staff are expecting another busy year as they take in even more unwanted dogs off all shapes and sizes.
The Rehoming Centre is calling on more local dog lovers to help our homeless four-legged friends in need of a little extra TCL by volunteering to join the charity’s Home from Home fostering scheme.
Currently waiting for a new family is three-year-old Lollie, a deaf English Bull Terrier, who had a tough 2015 after arriving at the Wickhamford based centre extremely overweight and suffering from a skin condition.
Fortunately though Lollie is back to full strength and is in need of a loving home.
Sarah Fortey, Foster Care Coordinator at Dogs Trust Evesham, said: “We take in hundreds of dogs every year and some like Lollie often need a little extra TLC and to experience life in a loving home again.
“Our foster carers offer a lifeline for dogs and puppies that are ill, don’t enjoy kennel life or just need a little extra care. They provide a loving, happy space which allows the dogs to enjoy their home comforts and be better prepared for finding their forever home when the time comes.”