Saturday 14 December 2019

Kerry Animal shelter seeks new home for bereaved pets

Clare Cullen

Animal Help Net Kerry are desperately seeking help to rehome two dogs whose owner passed away.

The two dogs have been left in the care of the charity as their owner passed away and the charity are appealing for anyone interesting in taking both dogs to contact them.

"A loving home is wanted urgently....At their age we feel they should stay together".

The dogs' picture has been posted to DoneDeal in an attempt to find them a new owner.

The charity have had "lots of offers for single homes but we wold like them to stay together... They have done nothing wrong".

Animal Help Net Kerry are asking interested parties to call them on 066 712 2250 or private message them on their Facebook Page.

Read: 'Our dogs are our best friends. It's given us peace knowing they'll be okay'

Animal Help Net Kerry are a registered charity since 2008 and  run weekly adoption days in Tralee to re-home "unwanted and abandoned" animals.

They provide a subsidised neutering and spaying scheme and treat a "considerable" number of animal victims of road traffic accidents.

Their email is

You can text 'AHNK' to 50300 to donate €4 to Animal Help Net Kerry.

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