22/2/13 – Great news – sweet little Kenneth has found a home
Tiny, adorable Kenneth arrived at West Yorkshire Dog Rescue under tragic circumstances. This sweet old boy is nearly blind and was found wandering, abandoned on the streets in freezing cold weather, lost and lonely, hardly able to see, and without a friend in the world. How could anyone by so cruel?
Because he is such a tiny dog, he was losing body heat rapidly and was shivering dreadfully. Still no one stopped to help him, until eventually someone reported him to the dog warden. Then this poor, sweet lad was taken to the pound where he stayed for seven miserable days, surrounded by barking dogs and with food he couldn’t digest, absolutely terrified. He was so stressed by the experience that he lost the fur on his ears.
Thankfully, West Yorkshire Dog Rescue was alerted and this tiny, precious life was saved. Kenneth is a black and tan JRT who is 10+ years old.
Dearest Kenneth is such a sweet little old boy. He is desperate for a happy retirement filled with love and affection. He is now safely in a foster home, where he is happily sleeping in a warm bed next to the Aga and is being taken for nice short walks and given good quality food.
As Kenneth is settling in, he is proving to everyone that he is an extremely loving little chap who doesn’t ask for much out of life, just a warm fireside bed and cuddles.
Please consider adopting Kenneth and make his final years the happiest ever. He is such a sweet little lad who will be such a loving and loyal companion.
Kenneth will have a full vet check and all necessary treatment according to vet advice.
If Kenneth’s story has touched your heart and you are able to provide him the warm, loving home he deserves, please contact West Yorkshire Dog Rescue as follows:
Mobile: 07881 900421 (9:00am – 5:30pm or text anytime)
You will need to complete a West Yorkshire Dog Rescue Enquiry Form.
Please mention that you saw Kenneth on the Oldies Club website.Tags: Calmer and Quieter, North East, Small and Cute, Special Needs, Terrier