Margaret Green Animal Rescue finds forever homes for cats, dogs, farm and small animals. Staff at the Dorset centre love to hear how they are getting on.
Ralphy the Pug x Griffon was living at the charity’s Lincoln Farm Centre near Bere Regis before he found his forever home with owner Debbie. She said: “Ralphy came to live with us and our two pugs Teddy and Dolly five years ago. At the time I was dropping Teddy and Dolly off for boarding whilst I was going off to Peru to walk the Inca Trail, when the staff told me that they were getting a Pug into rescue that afternoon.”
“Ralphy was two years old, the same as my pugs. I was desperate to meet him but I would be away for two weeks during which time he could be rehomed. Whilst in Peru, all I could think about was Ralphy! As soon as I had wifi I emailed MGAR to see if he was still with them. He was so I asked if I could meet him when I picked up Teddy and Dolly. The rest is history…”
“Ralphy has so much character and energy and such a long tongue. All three dogs are now 7 but charge around like pups. He is so loving, we are besotted. We have had to reinforce our fence a few times in our huge garden as he is an escape artist (the reason he was in rescue twice) but he has got to know the neighbours who have kindly brought him home. Pugs are such gorgeous pets and I wouldn’t say no to another rescue pug! Ralphy continues to see the staff at MGAR when he holidays there with his brother and sister. They all love their stays there and are always pulling on the leads to go in.”
Milo the cat has made so much progress from the shy little thing he was. He is now a confident and cheeky cat that loves exploring inside and out. Milo is a loving cat who likes to be close to you and ‘talk’.
Thank you all so, so much for the love and appreciation you’ve shown us since we launched the New Blackmore Vale.