Your donations in action – Lucy, 2 year old Staffie in the pound, spay costs paid

Back in November we saw Lucy, a 2 year old female Staffie, posted on Rescue Helpers Unite.

She had previously been bred from but was now at risk of euthanasia in the pound.

We offered to pay for her spay using kind donations received from Staffie Supporters.

She got an offer of rescue backup with Forest Dog Rescue, a registered charity based in Worcestershire, and we recently sent off £115 for her spay after hearing back from the rescue.

Original post on Rescue Helpers Unite:

“She is a beautiful loving 2 year old staff girl, she has been bred from and is micro chip but the usual story :-( She is dark Brindle and white. She is very friendly. The pounds she is with fully assess there dogs so we know she is brilliant with people and children and she has not been cat tested.

Lucy likes nothing more than a roll over for her Tummy rubbed as you can see in her photo’s

HER TIME IS UP IN THE POUNDS AND SHE NEEDS AN URGENT SPACE TO SAVE HER LIFE. PLEASE CAN ANY RESCUE OFFER HER A SPACE/ OR RBU FOR A FOSTER”

Thank you to all the Staffie Supporters that contributed to helping Lucy and to Forest Dog Rescue for rehabilitating and rehoming her :)