BREED: Cross Breed
AGE: +- 5 months old
SIZE: Small Breed
ADOPTION FEE: R700 – includes any vaccinations, de-worming, treatment for ticks and fleas BEFORE adoption as well as a microchip and the sterilisation at 5 months old.
Rupert was rescued from the streets of Atlantis. At first the foster mom thought he was a puppy until a few weeks later it was confirmed that he was in fact already about 5 months old! He was in a very sad state. He was full of mange, very thin, and it looks like his ears had been cut some time back. He has been in a foster home for the last few weeks and he is looking gorgeous. There is something very unique about Rupert. He is so extremely relaxed and mature for his age. He doesn’t act like your average puppy. He is happy to be by your side or curl up in your neck otherwise he is also very independent and well behaved. He is not going to grow much bigger and it’s so odd because you don’t often see a dog that looks like him that stays small…Everything about Rupert is so different and so special <3
If you are interested in meeting this gorgeous boy, please contact Lauren on 021 510 7360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dynamo was surrendered to African Tails by his desperate owner. He sat here very distraught as he had hit a very bad time in his life and he wanted the best for Dynamo. We agreed to try our best and sent Dynamo to a foster home with lovely Vicky that has another cat herself. After about 2 months of fostering him, Vicky could not let him go. Her cat and Dynamo became close and it was just the perfect fit. He is one happy boy now! And thankfully we haven’t lost Vicky as a foster parent either!
Bubbles surrendered at 5 weeks old because she had mange. She was in her foster home until just over a year old! That is when she was lucky enough to find her perfect home. Bubbles now has a big brother dog named Henry and she goes on many mountain hikes and forest walks.
Jessie before and after photos below show the amazing improvement from when she was rescued in 2013 on Saint Frances day. She was tied up outside in the sand. Her owners were inside having lunch while she was starving outside. After some interactions with the owners, Jessie was taken away. We sent her to a foster home where she got loads of TLC and started to heal. A few weeks later she was homed to a beautiful family. They adore her!