View Full Version : HOMED: cavalier girl in merseyside rspca , photos help please !
11th December 2010, 04:57 PM
hi just been to see her . took some photos , im so rubbish at this photo uploading thing though, have put them in my facebook page so if anyone is my friend on there , and knows how to upload to here , could you possibly help ?? asked if she has had any interest , and said again about the possibility of a foster home , they said if they dont get her a home . THEN they may consider it .. but they prefer to find homes themselves . she looks a bit better than last saturday , her eyes are still matted and her ears a bit sticky , as soon as they clean them they fill up with matter again..but they are much much better.. had a little play with her , and she looks so sweet and trusting .. loving to be petted and giving a little wimper now and then as she looks intently at your face :( runs around happily with the other dogs apparently .. if i didnt have a 15 yr old cat , who is very nervous who only just got used to my ruby after a year, id get her myself ...thanks if anyone is able to help with pics x
11th December 2010, 06:26 PM
I just can't believe this poor little soul hasn't had the offer of a permanent home yet. :(
You mentioned previously that the RSPCA were running a two week time delay on homechecking, so I assumed that there was somebody to check. Did you get any impression that was the case or is she still waiting even for an offer of a home?
Do you know what happened to the three prospective adopters who were going to see her, as mentioned by Bonzocat in Post #17 at
How is the kennel cough now by the way?
Thanks so much for going to see her and putting her up on Facebook. I've crossposted again to The Little Dog Rescue, as there are a lot of Cavalier lovers on their Forum.
Sounds like she REALLY needs someone to get her out of there before Christmas :xfngr::xfngr:
11th December 2010, 06:34 PM
i was given the impression shes still waiting for even an offer of a home :(they have been offered a foster for her but they want to find her a permanent one themselves , said if they cant ,only then they will let her go to foster :( shes just after a lap to climb onto from what i saw today . forgot to ask about kennel cough but shes no longe rin quarantine ..
14th December 2010, 11:52 PM
do you know the fee?
i would take her in a heartbeat for as long as it takes to rehome her, but my thoughts of adopting and then rehoming via rescue.. it probably wouldnt be possible with thwe rehoming contracts the rspca have.. i cant believe they wont hand her over to breed rescue.. grrr!
16th December 2010, 10:39 AM
hi just been to see her . took some photos , im so rubbish at this photo uploading thing though, have put them in my facebook page so if anyone is my friend on there , and knows how to upload to here , could you possibly help ??
If you upload your photos to Flickr which is quite easy compared to Facebook!
This is what I do when I post pictures here.
Click on photo you want to upload
Click on Actions
Select View All Sizes
Right Click on Photo
Highlight URL Address
Paste this address into the little icon on forum "insert image" these tools are above the box you are posting in. Make sure you don't have http:// twice as it is already in the insert image box, I normally delet this.
Hope this helps.
16th December 2010, 11:14 AM
Flickr have changed their method again ,so try as follows.
Click on the photo you want
Click on Share this -just above photo
Click on -Grab the HTML/BB code
Click the dot in the BB Code
Pick your size
Copy all the code
Paste the code into your CT post
Click on the preview to ensure it works
If it does post your pics
Rosie (http://www.flickr.com/photos/22730263@N07/5215022425/) by brianmurtagh49 (http://www.flickr.com/people/22730263@N07/), on Flickr
16th December 2010, 02:12 PM
thanks brian , only just seen this .. will give it a try! i have managed to make a photobucket account , would that work too ? :o
17th December 2010, 10:22 AM
Just phoned them 0151 - 486 :)-1706 and was told the Cavalier has gone to a home .I hope its the same one ,can somebody confirm pls .:)
17th December 2010, 12:46 PM
ive heard the same , i hope its true , am so happy for her . just rang rspca and they said shes gone , wouldnt give anymore details but hope we can get updates on her :pi*no::pi*no:
18th December 2010, 07:13 PM
I've also heard from Bonzocat that the dog was at last rehomed on Thursday - thank goodness they saw sense in the end and released her to a good home before the worst of this weather set in and before the Christmas period too. Thank you so much to Bonzocat and TLDR for all they have done.
I'd also like to thank Rubysmum, on behalf of us all, for everything she has done to try to make this little girl's life bearable while stuck in the kennels. I know it has cost her an awful lot in anxiety and sleepless nights - as so many of us have similarly been worried about the situation - but Rubysmum was the one who took action to help and also alerted us all the the poor dog's plight.
So well done and a very big http://i673.photobucket.com/albums/vv97/Cavviewagtails/Animations/Thank%20you%20animations/Thankyoujewels.gif
18th December 2010, 07:24 PM
aw just seen this , :luv:thanks for those nice words but anyone of us on spotting her would have felt the same .. ive missed going to see her today for a hug and belly rub !! is it someone chris knows then? i would love to know how she is.. we had decided as a family if she was there after xmas we would get her, but im glad it didnt come to it tbh. my cat will have a peaceful old age then im going to be a fosterer, if im approved of course ! thanks to everyone for the support its fantastic to have found you all here and on the little dog rescue forum.xx
23rd December 2010, 10:56 AM
Awh that's fanastic she's finally got a home, poor wee mite! X
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