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 […]
Many of you see our social media updates, but there are so many things our team don’t have time to post each day. We thought we would give you a little insight into what we do on a day to day basis with our mobility animals. Each mobility dog and cat receives a round of
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
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
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
Just a reminder that it is important to continue to give your animal’s their vaccinations. Dogs and cats should be vaccinated from the age of nine weeks and to keep your dog vaccinated throughout its life. If in doubt, speak to your vet.
Although we are at the end of summer, we know a lot of dog owners like to walk their dogs on the beach and so we we thought this sensible advice was worth sharing as its applicable all year round.
We will soon be producing our 4th Limited-Edition Calendar for 2024 featuring the wonderful cats and dogs that you amazing people have adopted from Flori`s. We will be printing just 80 copies. If you are interested in having your rescues featured, please can you e-mail a few good high-resolution photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than
Flori’s Friends Rescue regularly makes visits to schools, hospitals, nursing homes and retirement homes. Our aim for these visits is to lift spirits and bring some joy to what may have been a glum day for someone, and of course raise awareness for dogs with disabilities. The dogs absolutely love these visits and it’s a
As many of you may have seen, Flori’s Friends regularly uses a fabulous secure field in Adisham, Kent to safely walk and train our bigger packs of dogs. This field has been invaluable to the rescue and we have been lucky enough to gain the support of Happy hound. It is especially great for people