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Simba & Narla 11 yr olds; Brother & Sister
Topic Started: 3 Mar 2018, 06:35 PM (501 Views)
Pamela
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Simba & Narla sadly lost their home and have been living in a car , with their owner . They will be coming into rescue tomorrow ( Sunday 4th March )

They are brother and sister and 11 years old.

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This is what their owner told me about them .

They are a devoted pair and have always been together , Simba is a big softie that loves cuddles , where Narla has a quieter shy nature.
They do initially pull on a lead but soon calm down, both are good with other dogs, but sometimes bark if they are unsure to begin with.
Their recall is fair , never been around children or cats .
Love all ball games & water .





Simba is neutered , Narla is entire.
Microchipped


Homecheck & donation fee apply.
For more details call Sue Gibbons on 01444 453302




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Honeysdad
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Both have arrived safely.
I was at kennels today. When we got back they were already there.
So popped in their kennel to say hi.
What a sweet pair :glitter_love:
Both are very friendly. Narla didn't seem that shy.
Can't wait until next week to get to know them better.
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Pamela
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Simba & Narla now in kennels

We would love them to stay together as they get on well. He is gentle and friendly and loves playing with balls. His coat has become a bit unkempt and he could do with a trip to the groomers! He is good with other dogs. Simba is neutered.
Narla is a gentle and friendly girl who is very playful and loves playing with balls and the hose. Narla is entire (last season at Christmas) and she is good with other dogs.

Looking for a home together without children.



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Pamela
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Really upset to hear Vigil have just rehomed Simba , sadly I told their owner that Vigil would keep them together , now

leaving Narla in kennels looking for a home


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Nightrunner
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Oh dear, what a shame. :thud:

We can only hope that as Narla seems a nice girl, it won't be long before her loving home comes forward.

Bet she is missing her pal, Simba, though as they were such a devoted pair.

:fingers crossed: :fingers crossed: :fingers crossed: :fingers crossed: :fingers crossed: for Narla



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Nightrunner
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Narla was rehomed at the weekend!

Lets hope both Simba and Narla will now have a happy life.

:funny little things: :funny little things: :funny little things:
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gtrmacs
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C'n'me, always together

Nightrunner
20 Mar 2018, 10:16 PM
Lets hope both Simba and Narla will now have a happy life.
:yay: :yay: :yay:
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Honeysdad
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Glad they have both been rehomed.
But like Pam said, it's a shame they didn't go together.
:funny little things: :funny little things:
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