Cherie has been adopted!
Meet Cherie, a 1-2 year old crossbreed who was rescued from a meat farm in South Korea.
Cherie is now in a foster home where she is starting to settle down. She’s not house trained yet, but her foster carers are working on it. Cherie isn’t lead trained and at the moment she isn’t able to go on proper walks, although she does go in the garden. Cherie is very sweet but shy and is still learning to trust.
However she is starting to come out of her shell on foster and has played with a toy and also with some of her doggy friends! She is exploring the flat and garden but still runs away from noises and sudden movements. She loves treats though and this is really helping!
We are looking to find her a forever home with someone who is around most of the day and has owned dogs before. Someone who is just prepared to show her what a normal doggy life should be! Cherie can live with children of 12 plus.
Cherie is more comfortable with dogs and we think that she would like to live with a dog in her new home.
She will need to be rehomed to a semi-rural area and will need direct access to a garden.