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*REHOMING thread* (Once off requests only)

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  • Registered Users Posts: 93 ✭✭Original_Sin


    dupe post...


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 2,539 ✭✭✭davoxx


    Hi,
    I'd be delighted to take Molly. We had our last cat for over 14 years, but sadly he died a few months ago. We are now looking for another cat to spoil rotten. Where are you based? I'm happy to travel to meet you and Molly.

    Thanks,

    Dave


  • Registered Users Posts: 93 ✭✭Original_Sin


    davoxx wrote: »
    Hi,
    I'd be delighted to take Molly. We had our last cat for over 14 years, but sadly he died a few months ago. We are now looking for another cat to spoil rotten. Where are you based? I'm happy to travel to meet you and Molly.

    Thanks,

    Dave

    Have sent you a PM


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 57 ✭✭mymojo


    still looking for all grey kitten or kittens if anyone has any for rehoming?


  • Registered Users Posts: 6,900 ✭✭✭Quality


    Interested in taking a kitten am in north dublin area... Pm me if you have one..

    Thanks


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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 35 eilissinead


    Hi, this Collie Pup REALLY REALLY needs a home ASAP!!!
    She is a beautiful thing, so affectionate and loving.
    Has had shots, flea, worm dose, tick dose..all of that!
    Genuine reason for needing new home and we really need one ASAP!!
    Please help us!!

    Thanks guys


  • Registered Users Posts: 370 ✭✭Janine87


    UPDATE - My vet has kindly offered to take these 4 off my hands and mind them till they are rehomed. If anyone is still interested I can PM you the vets details, Thanks.

    Hey I wrote you two PMs already. I was wondering if you could give me the details of the vet. I really want one of those kittens! They are such cuties! :)


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 97 ✭✭Dee_animallover


    Janine87 wrote: »
    Hey I wrote you two PMs already. I was wondering if you could give me the details of the vet. I really want one of those kittens! They are such cuties! :)

    Just pm'd you back!


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 3 Channel


    I am looking for a puppy for my son..... I have thought about this long and hard, and feel we are ready for a pet. I would be looking for as young a pup as possible.... anyone?


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 4 paola09


    Hi,

    We are looking to adopt a young kitten, We are located in the North Dublin Area, but can travel, we would consider either mixed breed or reasonably priced pedigreed...

    Any leads?

    Many thanks


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,413 ✭✭✭Toulouse


    Hi, this Collie Pup REALLY REALLY needs a home ASAP!!!
    She is a beautiful thing, so affectionate and loving.
    Has had shots, flea, worm dose, tick dose..all of that!
    Genuine reason for needing new home and we really need one ASAP!!
    Please help us!!

    Thanks guys

    Please post her up here http://petsireland.invisionzone.com/index.php?showforum=50


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 2 LorraineC_


    Hi guys,

    Myself and my boyfriend have been thinking about getting a kitten for a few months. we've been through all the pros and cons and we've decided that we really want to go ahead with it. The main doubt we've had is that we live in an apartment which is big enough but it would mean the cat would have to stay in. We're confident that we'd be very good at looking after it and everything but we decided that it might be a good idea to temporarily mind a cat or rehabilitate it for a few weeks before deciding to get one permanently. The main reason we want to do this is just to make sure that a cat would be happy here. We've both had cats growing up and we know that its very important that the cat is genuinely happy and not bored being inside. So anyway I was wondering if anyone needed someone to temporarily mind a cat or kitten in a good home so we can help someone out and also get a feel of how our apartment would suit a cat.

    Hope to hear from some of you soon,
    Lorraine :):p:p


  • Registered Users Posts: 10,264 ✭✭✭✭Alicat


    Hey Lorraine, I don't know if other animal shelters do the same, but Drogheda Animal Rescue are looking for people to foster cats for them, short or long term. They say they'll supply bedding, bowls and litter. Might be worth checking out.

    More info on their website http://www.dar.ie/index.php?page=cats-needing-homes


  • Registered Users Posts: 34 evrumum


    Hi, this Collie Pup REALLY REALLY needs a home ASAP!!!
    She is a beautiful thing, so affectionate and loving.
    Has had shots, flea, worm dose, tick dose..all of that!
    Genuine reason for needing new home and we really need one ASAP!!
    Please help us!!

    Thanks guys


    Hi eilissinead .. how old is the collie??


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 3 Dragonrider


    Hi ya, Mikanella re your post on 28/10/09, saw your gorgeous goggies and was wondering if they are still looking for a home? I would be interested in taking one but can't cope with a pair - sorry! Are they neutered? Where abouts in Cork are you, would be up for maybe organising a meeting, so I could maybe meet them first? Are they cat friendly?


  • Registered Users Posts: 156 ✭✭MaxCharlie


    A lovely black and white young male cat (assumed stray although he is definately used to people, so he might have been a dropped cat on the side of the road stray -vet thinks about 1 yrs old) visited my house about 2 months ago. After 4-5 days he was still around, so i took him to the vet for a check up - because he is such a lovely fella i wanted to keep him - vet gave him the once over, we wormed, fleeded him, and one month later got him Neutered. Unfortunately our existing Tom Cat (10 year old) is not happy and has recoiled himself and is afraid with the new fella around, as the new fella is trying to boss our existing cat - at this stage i think the only option is to try and find a home for the young fella (with regret, because he is an absolute star and likes nothing better than company)
    We are based in Waterford.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,245 ✭✭✭morgana


    Similar story to previous poster. Found lovely grey male cat about 6 months back, he was skin and bones. He is still fairly young, about 1 year or so I reckon. He was obviously abandoned and is used to and craving human company. He would make a lovely pet for someone, he is very cuddly.
    To cut a long story short, he is not getting on with our 2 cats and is trying to muscle in.

    He is booked in for The Snip next week and is now well fed and wormed/deflead.
    Currently he is living outside, getting fed and having a dry place to sleep. He wants nothing more than a home to call his own.
    If you are able to give him the home he deserves, please drop me a PM and I will get in touch ASAP. We are in North Cork.

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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 2 LorraineC_


    Alicat wrote: »
    Hey Lorraine, I don't know if other animal shelters do the same, but Drogheda Animal Rescue are looking for people to foster cats for them, short or long term. They say they'll supply bedding, bowls and litter. Might be worth checking out.

    More info on their website http://www.dar.ie/index.php?page=cats-needing-homes


    Hey Alicat, just wanna say thanks for the advice, we went up there on Sunday and fostered a gorgeous little kitten, we're really happy with him :):)


  • Registered Users Posts: 10,264 ✭✭✭✭Alicat


    LorraineC_ wrote: »
    Hey Alicat, just wanna say thanks for the advice, we went up there on Sunday and fostered a gorgeous little kitten, we're really happy with him :):)

    Aww that's fantastic :D I just happened to come across that site a week or two before your post!


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 2 ET3


    We have made the heartbreaking decision to rehome our gorgeous 9 month old Collie Cross.She is fantastic with children of all ages,fully house and crate trained and will sit,lie and stay on command.She is looking for a loving home where she'll get cuddled and lots of walks.She is playful and loves chasing after her ball.We are based in Dublin.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 303 ✭✭brian_rbk


    Hi All,

    I hate to be asking this but i need to find a home for my 1yr old tabby cat.
    He is very lovable and always wants cuddles and attention he is also good with children.

    We have recently had a baby and he is not taken to kindly to someone new on his patch, we have tried everything and this is my last resort.

    We are willing to travel to give him a good home.

    Thank you

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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 782 ✭✭✭Paul91


    good on yer for looking for a good home - can't take him myself, but would think folks would need to know if he's up to date on vaccinations and is he neutered?

    if you get stuck try www.irishanimals.ie - but sure someone here will have better contacts in the cat world


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 734 ✭✭✭Bitsie


    Any pics?


  • Registered Users Posts: 303 ✭✭brian_rbk


    He is fully up to date on his vaccinations he is due a check up so i will gladly get that done before he goes to his new home. i will post some pictures soon.

    Thanks


  • Registered Users Posts: 142 ✭✭spookymuffin


    I have a litter of mice that are coming up to six weeks old. I'm selling most of them but there are two males who are a little runty and I couldn't in good conscience charge money for them.

    They are both happy little guys with no obvious defects or problems other than the fact that they are quite small for their age. They can only go as a pair and get along great.

    Free to a good home (as pets: people who would use them as live feed need not respond).


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 470 ✭✭animalcrazy


    Hi everyone,
    I have 3 rabbits looking for new homes, they were the result of an accidental litter. There is one female and two males. Obviously, I want them to go to the best homes possible, they are mixed breeds and breeders need not apply. Males are hitting maturity now and arguing so I think everybun should go to separate homes. They are about 5 months old. Quite friendly.I'd prefer if only over 18s apply. Rabbits do not make good kids pets because they are not cuddly and awkard for small children to handle. Little kids get bored of them quickly, so if you have young children in your home, please only apply if you are going to be the main caretaker for the rabbit.

    Unlike popular belief, rabbits are expensive pets to care for, they need large accomadation and if you are going to keep them inside, they need to be spayed/neuteured or else they get very smelly (spraying). They should not be kept in a hutch in the bottom of your garden. If you want one of my rabbits I need to know that if they are kept outside they get a huge hutch and run and still lot's of attention and cuddles. Same if they are inside.

    Check out my site for more care information

    www.irishrabbitcare.webs.com

    All the rabbits are brown like the brown female in this picture

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  • Registered Users Posts: 303 ✭✭brian_rbk


    Bitsie wrote: »
    Any pics?

    Sorry for the delay, pics attached.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 393 ✭✭-K2-


    Hi,

    My mother passed away suddenly a month ago, and amongst other things, we are facing the situation of what to do with her beloved cat who resides in her home. Neither I nor other family members are in a position to take the cat in for a multitude of reasons. The GSPCA shelter is overloaded and cannot take him.

    The cat is elderly (about 15 years old) and perhaps somewhat set in his ways; this makes the problem more acute.

    At present the cat is being cared for by neighbours. However I don't believe that their goodwill will last too much longer and we need a more permanent home.

    We would be willing to assist with covering the cost of healthcare and feed if that is what it takes.

    Thanks.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 42 Ainm


    I'm looking for a young female guinea pig if anyone has one? Or could anyone point me in the direction of a shelter that might have one, in the Maynooth area? I don't have a car so it would have to be somewhere I could get a bus/train/walk to.

    Also, if anybody has a large guinea pig cage I could buy second hand I'd be really interested. Store bought ones are quite expensive.

    Thanks :)


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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 89 ✭✭annefitzy


    Mikanella wrote: »
    Hi,

    Unfortunately we are no longer able to give our dogs the attention and exercise that they need - my husband and I are now both working full-time - and so the dogs are left for too long during the day.

    The dogs, (males - brothers - approx 6months old) are both house trained (a few little accidents with being left while we're at work which is understandable) they are loving, but defintely need more time on training and obidience. The are both IKC registered and have papers.

    One of the dalmations is deaf but he is able to respond to hand signals. Both of them have very high energy and will require someone with lots and lots of time on their hands and a secure big garden! Lots of walks and runs (they both enjoy the treadmill aswell).

    We are based in Co.Cork - and because we really need these two guys to go to good homes (either seperately or together), anyone that is interested will need to be homechecked. This is non-neogotiable as we are not going to let them go to bad homes. If you can't agree to this then please do not contact us.

    I am willing to answer any questions you might have - contact me via PM - and I hope someone out there can give these pups great happy homes.

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    I have someone intrested in one of theses dogs it will be a family pet and they have been homechecked can you let me know if there are still up for adoption... Cheers Anne;)


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