Preston RSPCA animal rescue centre continues to be in need of your assistance. Money worries mean they are still struggling to keep going. Why not help them out by by adopting an animal from the centre.
Preston RSPCA are currently looking for someone to provide a good, safe home for Chloe.
The centre says: ‘Chloe was thrown out of a car on the car park and left abandoned by her previous owners. She is a favourite at the centre due to her personality; she is such a cutie, so affectionate and lovable.
‘She loves nothing more than a good cuddle and a tummy rub. She can be a little timid, so she would be more suited to a quieter home, where she can settle down.
‘Chloe can be a little unsure of strangers but once she gets to know you, she feels more secure. Chloe enjoys meeting other dogs, but she prefers to be around the more calmer dog. Chloe really is a lovely young girl and deserves the best of homes.’
If you are interested in Chloe please go to the centre to see her between 12pm – 3pm everyday apart from Tuesdays.
The RSPCA ask that you please read the important information on their Adopting an Animal Page
The adoption fees for dogs is £120.
The RSPCA Preston & District Branch is an independent charity and is entirely self-funding, receiving no Government or National RSPCA aid.
They take in unwanted, abandoned, neglected or abused animals and find them loving, permanent homes. They rely on public donations and the generosity of the community to keep the doors open.
Tel: 01772 792553
Preston Animal Centre