Lucy Eruero

Limited edition calendar 2025

We are going to produce our 5th Limited-Edition Calendar for 2025 featuring the wonderful cats and dogs that you amazing people have adopted from Flori`s! We will print 80 copies. Whilst we cannot guarantee that every single cat and dog will make it into the 2025 calendar but, we will do our absolute best to […]

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Tick season is upon us, so don’t forget to regularly check your pets after walks for those little buggers as they can carry some nasty diseases. Using preventative measures like flea and tick preventatives from a veterinary practice will really help keep them at bay. The most affected breeds for tick infestations are cavapoos, golden

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Coming up for adoption

It has been a busy couple of months at the rescue. Not only have we welcomed the ever so handsome Beddlington Terrier Max to the family, but we also welcomed six gorgeous kittens and their mother Gwen. Max Max is a wonderful chap, full of beans and raring to find his forever home at the

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Meet Sophie

We recently rescued a severely neglected Yorkshire terrier. Her owners were regularly leaving her in the forest and driving off hoping she would just go away but she kept making her way home! We would love you all to meet Sophie. She is 8 years old and absolutely adores cats, dogs and kids! She isn’t

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Our new 25ft catio!

Recently the rescue has been inundated with unwanted cats. We were heavily struggling to place them all in an environment where they could relax and unwind and begin to adjust. After months of saving we finally built a 25ft outdoor enclosure for them to freely come and go as they please. This catio has enabled

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We would love you all to meet Arthur, one of our mobility cats. Poor Arthur suffered some serious trauma to his hip and needed a femoral head ostectomy where the head and the neck of the femur is removed restoring function of a diseased or damage hip. As many of you know, we are specialists

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The darling 5 year old Willow was found caught in a wildlife trap where she had been for a number of weeks. Sadly this not only paralysed her but also caused extensive injuries to her body. Willow recently arrived to our care and has undergone a bilateral rear amputation and has recovered nicely. We are

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