TAG’S CAT OF THE MONTH
Hello my name is Beany. I have been languishing at Tag for nearly 9 months and have had very few visitors. I don’t know why that is except that I don’t push myself forwards like my neighbours when visitors arrive. You should see some of them it makes me embarrassed at the way they carry on, flaunting themselves at every opportunity and flashing their eyelashes!!!! I am quiet and undemanding and would make a very loyal pet.
Through no fault of my own I found myself at Tag, who have taken good care of me, but I would love a home of my own now with a little garden to potter around in. If you could find it in your heart to take me into your home I would be so grateful. Please would you give me a good home with no other cats. If you could find it in your heart to make me a member of your family, I have so much love to give you will not regret it.Please call now I would love to meet you. xxx
I hope you like my little poem
People say I’m so pretty
Such a lovely cute kitty
With a temperament so sweet
Please come to TAG so we can meet
A loving home is my dream
I’d be the cat that got the cream.
TAG’S DOG OF THE MONTH
The Pound is offering to neuter, vaccinate etc just to try and save this gorgeous friendly boy from being Put to Sleep very soon… Everyone reading this will you please consider this……If all of the people who like Tag were to set up a standing order for just £1 per month that could be £1,000′s per month at the cost of just 25p a week from each of you!!
PLEASE HELP US TO CARE FOR EVEN MORE ANIMALS ))In the mean time our PayPal account is- firstname.lastname@example.org
Bless you for making a difference!!!! Debbie
Registered charity number 1110837
The T.A.G. Pet Rescue website brings you news from The Thanet Animal Group and of unwanted pets looking for new homes in Margate, Broadstairs, Ramsgate and the surrounding areas. Our animal sanctuary is Based at Lydden Farm, Valley Rd, Margate Kent CT9 4LF Telephone 01843 822931
If you would like any further information about the work of TAG, please send us an email: email@example.com – Don’t forget to include a telephone number with your enquiry.
CLICK ON THE LEFT PANEL under ADOPT A PET you can see some of the cats, dogs and other pets desperately needing a home, or if you can see the animal you are interested in on the right, click on that name.
Check out our ‘Archive’ section, here you will find animals who are still needing a home even after many months, in some cases years, of being in our care.
Our rescue shelter always has many black and black and white cats looking for new homes. Can you help?
We are asking all potential adopters not to overlook cats just because they are black or black and white and, if needed, to try and see through the cats initial nervous nature – many have had their worlds turned upside down, losing their homes, often through no fault of their own. Some have been cruelly treated and of course it will take time and human effort to learn trust again – they just need to be given the chance.
The biggest thing you can do to help Tag Pet Rescue and our animals is give one of them a safe and happy home. Some of our furry residents have been living with us for months or even years and although we absolutely love having them here, we really want to help them make a new start in life and find somebody who can truly give them the attention and affection they deserve.
WHY REHOME A PET?
If you’ve had pets before, you’ll remember that feeling of bringing a new furry friend through your front door for the first time. Watching them sniff around their new home and get adjusted, thinking ‘is this where I live now? Great!’ Having a pet who loves you unconditionally and wants nothing but cuddles, a warm bed and a nice meal can be so rewarding. Imagine if you rescued that pet from a rehoming centre knowing they needed your love and patience even more than most animals, after being abandoned, mistreated or simply given away?
WHY TAG PET RESCUE?
At Tag, our mission is to care for and rehome as many animals as we can. We don’t receive government funding so we rely on donations, income from our shops and the tireless work of volunteers to keep the centre going; it’s a true labour of love! So why should you choose Tag Pet Rescue when looking for a pet?
We’ll pop by your house for a visit before you rehome one of our pets. This way everyone can be really confident that you, your home and your pet are a perfect match before making a decision
All of our cats, dogs and rabbits are spayed or neutered, something we feel very strongly about
- Our cats and dogs are microchipped and the cats are vaccinated
- Our cats and dogs are treated for fleas when they arrive at the centre
- Our cats and dogs are all wormed and rabbits are inoculated again myxamotosis
DANGER TO DOGS
The current heatwave may be welcomed by sun worshippers but a local vet has warned that it brings with it a potential deadly risk for dogs.
Dried seaweed can be lethal if eaten by dogs, as it expands in their stomachs and releases poisonous acids.
Dog owners who walk their pets on the beach should be fully aware of the dangers of dried seaweed and other non digestible items found on the beach. Dogs that tend to scavenge should be kept on a lead for their own safety and owners should keep a careful eye on them.
Call: 01843 822931