Friday, 7 December 2007

Abandoned Dog Finds New Home

An abandoned dog has found a new home, one week after Croydon Advertiser’s appeal for new owners. Croydon Animal Sanctuary received up to 30 calls from readers who saw the appeal for a new home for the Yorkshire Terrier in last week’s Croydon Advertiser. The dog nicknamed “Binnie” by Croydon Animal Sanctuary volunteers has been placed with a middle-aged couple from nearby town Sanderstead. Binnie was found last month in a wheelie bin in Southbridge Road in South Croydon by a passer-by. It was taken to Croydon Animal’s Samaritan, a charity based in Pampisford Road, South Croydon that re-homes and cares for abandoned animals. Croydon Animal Sanctuary volunteer Laura Farrow said: "Binnie is off to a home in a million, where he will live with a King Charles Spaniel and an old cat. He is such a lively little dog and after all the calls we received we decided this was the best home for him." Croydon Animal Sanctuary has sanctuaries all over South London in Lewisham, Bromley, Sutton and Redhill. Farrow said: "We have six dogs looking for new homes too, so anyone interested should call the centre." Contact Croydon Animal Sanctuary on 020 8644 8829. www.thisiscroydontoday.co.uk/displayNode.jsp?nodeId=250100&command=displayContent&sourceNode=250096&contentPK=18715859&folderPk=115336&pNodeId=250133

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