Pippin, the Breton Spaniel who has spent so many months waiting the SPA, has a huge new family, and is as happy and cuddly as he could be….
Chabbi & Yoda are two of Phoenix rescue boys who we love to bits – from Colin.
Mimi is at home and now fast asleep in comfort. A million miles away from the cold concrete of the SPA pen.
Here Amelie and Romy (Marie and Margot) snuggling and having fun, hapily adopted 5 weeks ago…
These two sisters have already become part of our family. Amelie is the leader and Romy follows. They’ve made our house a home.
We adopted Buck (formerly known as Bear) in May 2016.
As you can see on the photo by know he has completely settled within our family.
Nicole and Guido
Please find attached photos of Amelie since she arrived home.
Amelie came to us after having a long wait organised by Sophie.
We had seen her on Facebook in early February while we still lived into the UK and fell in love with her. She sounded a feisty, independent cat and we knew we wanted to give her a home. She was reserved for us and once we arrived in France in April we arranged to meet Sophie in St Emilion to collect her. She had been on a train and was now put in a strange car with strange people. She settled really well for the journey.
Once we arrived home after a long journey were worried in case she felt nervous being in a new home. Straight away she seemed relaxed and ‘at home’. She put the two dogs in their place with a hiss, growl and a swift box to their ears!! We put her food, water and litter tray in my bedroom so she knew she had a safe dog free zone. Ever since she arrived she has slept on my bed.
We have a walled garden here and she never goes out of the gate unless one of us is with her, she is definitely a home cat and we love her.
We adopted Maya on the 24th of May this year and we adore her. Everybody does.
You can see on the photo she gets on fine with our old lab Bimba. And this photo has been taken on the 26th. She is happy and so are we.
This is our lovely puppy Buddy (previously Choccie Chip) We adopted him from Phoenix in December when he was just 2 months old. He’s now 7 months and we wouldn’t be without him.
He’s settled in so well with our 2 other dogs and 6 cats, everyone loves him! He is our 5 year old daughters best friend, they eat, play and sleep together and everywhere she goes, he comes too!
I’ve attached a few photos of him, I have more on my old phone if you would like them!
Please give Shelagh and Richard our best wishes and tell them we are so thankful for our amazing little buddy.
Carly, Matthew and Maisie
STIF was still smiling, knowing he had good friends who helped him to find a new life and to adopt a new family.
Stif has sadly died but at ten years old, he was a prime example of an older dog at risk in the SPA.
Phoenix is committed to protecting the “oldies” and promoting their adoption through the Phoenix Pensioners Scheme which offers a 500€ Veterinary Voucher on their adoption from the SPA.
Keep smiling in doggy heaven, STIF!
Phoenix President, Rik writes,
“My partner in old bones, Stif, and I give our thanks for giving Stif a second chance to finish his days with bounce.
If you are thinking of buying a dog please think first of adoption and then of the satisfaction of giving some care and love to an oldie.
Go boy go!”
Here is a pic of Marmalade and Foxy Fae (now Lulu and Leo) adopted together last year by a lovely couple.
Having a snooze after mouse hunting
We adopted Lola just before Christmas and from the moment she arrived it felt like she had been here forever. She has lost a little more weight and now climbs, runs and plays with no problems. She also lives with two rehomed chickens! Who’d have thought a jack Russell, cat and chickens! I think they know where their bread is buttered!
Kindest regards Lynne
We are the lucky ones to have Puck (Isca) with us.
Thank you for taking care of her.
Yep! Life is tough being Ted!!
Enclosed photos of Ted formerly Clyde right hand puppy in basket of five. He lives near Miramont Lot et Garonne . Did I mention butter wouldn’t melt !
You wouldn’t believe how hard I have to work to stay this adorable .
Thank you Phoenix for finding me my new home.
Definitely making herself at home ! :)))
She’s struggling! 🙂
Daisy helping me pick up grass piles!
Daisy making herself comfortable
Here is Lakota (was Sacha) – how adorable are they in their little trailer?! She was adopted about 2 months ago, and totally adored!
“Voici quelques photos de la petite Lakota… qui s’est très bien adaptée à la maison ! Elle a tissé un lien profond avec ma chienne Valkyrie et maintenant, elles sont inséparables ! Je la promène dans la remorque accrochée à mon tricycle en attendant qu’elle soit assez grande pour trotter à côté… Je suis très heureux de l’avoir prise et remercie l’association Phoenix pour la confiance qu’elle a placé en moi.
We adopted Bowie (was Scott) from Hazel (his Foster carer) on 26th January 2016. He is now 4 months old and has settled in very well, he is so much a part of our family that we don’t know why we didn’t get a dog sooner. He lives with our two children Olivia who is 7 and Reuben 2 and our 2 female cats Pixie and Khan. He has a wonderful nature and is very friendly towards people and dogs alike. He gets a lot of attention wherever we go because of his kind temperament and his fabulous markings. Our only regret is that we didn’t take one of his siblings for an extra play mate for him! He has brought us so much joy.
Stephen and Candice
Here is beautiful Pebble, one of Ulysse’s little ones adoted by Julie, about a month ago:
‘She is a real delight, enjoys exploring – particularly climbing the trees. She loves to snuggle up to our labradoodle Lottie who is glad to have a new friend. They are double trouble and play together all day long! Luckily they both love treats and come racing in when called! We are so glad we adopted her!’
‘Here is Nougat, adorable in her cosy chair, before her visit to the poodle parlour for a trim.’ from Heather.
Ci joint une photo de Ruby pour les 8 ans de ses frères.
Elle est en bonne santé et très sage – Déborah
Here are photos of Louna in her new home. Sweet little thing, looks like she’s enjoying all the exploring. Her family say: ‘We are very happy with her. She is so sweet and extremely smart.’
Here’s our beautiful girl Tillie (used to be Flavia), and her best friend the old Daddy-o. Love her so much, she’s brought us all such joy.
Thank you Phoenix
Just taken this one of our 2 little scamps Tommy and Twinkle having a lazy Sunday with little Mopsy one of our cats
We’ve had Zowie now for just over 2 weeks and he’s settled in as a member of the family ! He’s lively, funny and enjoys his walks. His appetite is strong and now he’s had his stitches out he runs around like the puppy he is. He’s a real joy and we’re looking forward to many years of fun.
Attached is one of many photos already taken, as he’s so photogenic 😉
All the best !
I have had Eros (re-named Jacques) for 3 weeks now and am so pleased I gave him a forever home. He is an absolute sweetheart and has learned to walk to heel, fetch a ball, sit and stay and has no problem with the change of language!! We are working on his recall as, once he is off the lead, the Jack Russell brain takes over. We’ll get there.
Thank you for such a superb pet.