9/3/18 – Little Bindi has found her new home!
Bindi is 10 years old and is with Senior Staffy Club in a foster home near Gloucester.
How can it be that this beautiful little girl has been waiting in rescue for a whole year? Maybe it’s because she wasn’t in great health at first and so she has simply been overlooked. Whatever the reason, Bindi would like you to know that she’s now very well, very cute, very cheeky, and very much looking forward to finding her new home!
Taking a look at these photos, who could resist having fun with this playful girl…
Bindi enjoys a game of tug and loves chasing a ball around the garden. She also likes to play cute pranks to get your attention! She is quite lively generally, but on days when it’s raining, she prefers to have a quiet time and snooze the day away in her bed, waiting for the sunshine to return.
Bindi was very poorly when she arrived in rescue but she is so much better now and really needs to be settled permanently with her forever family after waiting so long. Bindi is looking for a home where she will be a single pet. She can live with children aged 12+, and she is happy to be left on her own for a couple of hours while you go out. All Bindi asks is for a nice garden to sunbathe in, a comfy sofa to snooze on, plus plenty of playtime and TLC.
Lovable Bindi adores people and she likes to jump up and give them a cheery lick. She isn’t overly keen on other dogs and she would certainly chase a cat given half a chance. Bindi really enjoys walks and she walks nicely on the lead. She is also quite happy going in the car to the vets, and sometimes she likes to sing to help the journey along!
One of Bindi’s temporary fosterers said of her: “Bindi is a lovely girl, very loving and no trouble at all. Just warn her forever family to get to their mail before she does! She also likes her sleep, and is quite happy to be left for a couple of hours – she is not destructive at all.”
Bindi’s current fosterer says: “She can be so much fun: we were putting together a large box, and Bindi kept dropping her ball inside it to get our attention – it was so cute!”
Bindi has had an ulcer removed from her eye, and a wart removed from her back – both nicely healed. She has also had tests to find the cause of her tummy issues. The vet has identified that she has IBD, so she needs to stick to a sensitive diet to keep her well. She does still have the odd bad day, but her good days now far outnumber the bad ones, and she is able to eat Chappie or Purina, or other food for sensitive tums.
If you would like to find out more about beautiful Bindi with a view to offering her the home she’s been waiting for, please contact Angelina of Senior Staffy Club as follows:
Tel: 07971 095311
Or you can fill in a Senior Staffy Club adoption form here.
Please mention that you saw Bindi featured on the Oldies Club website.
This replaces Bindi’s original Oldies Club page dated 31 March 2017.