Cavaliers in their Forever Homes
Tas and Milo
Blenheim and Tri-colour
Chloe, Bella and Charlie
Chloe (left) was surrendered in 2012, her people no longer able to care for her due to medical reasons, Charlie (right) was surrendered in 2011 for the same reason and Bella (middle) was found tramping the streets of Penrith in 2010 and saved from the local pound.
Relaxing in his new home!
Bella was adopted at 9 years of age in 2003. Sadly Bella passed away in 2006.
Aged around 6 years of age, she was surrendered in March 2005 along with three other Cavaliers from the same owner. All required de-sexing, vaccinations testing for earthworm, plus a thorough vet check. Bridgit was the last to find her special home on April 9, and an email update in less than a day shows she has captured her new owners hearts, enjoys her dinner, twice daily walks and relaxing on the lounge. Her ear infection required several weeks of treatment.
A dear little 2 year old Black & Tan male was surrendered to Rescue in February 2005, amid tears from his family and foster carers. Little Harry had both patella in need of surgery, which his family could not afford. He spent six weeks in foster care and underwent two operations (the left patella twice) but the Rescue team are happy knowing he now lives with a wonderful family, including two little girls who play with and adore him.
"Annie" a 2.5yr old Tri-Coloured girl was surrendered in March 2005, as her owner was extremely ill requiring hospital treatment daily and now felt the family could no longer give their dog the care and time she was accustomed to. Annie was adopted the following day by a family who already owned a previously rescued Cavalier.