Born: Jan 2019
Breed: GSD Cross
Size:  Large
Gender: Female

​Meet Kay! (Reserved)


Where do we start with this beautiful girl? There’s so much to say about her!


As you can probably see from her photos, she’s a GSD cross. She has come from a very loving home, however her owners were sadly unable to look after her anymore. So she’s staying with us whilst we help her to find her furever home! 


Kay has a lovely nature, although she’s wary if she hasn’t met you before. She’ll bark at new people (and GSDs can certainly sound a little scary!) but once you’ve thrown a toy for her or given her a treat, she’ll make friends with you instantly. And from then on, she’ll remember you and always greet you with a waggy tail. 


She’s an independent lady who seems to like her own space, but she does enjoy a stroke and a game with her human friends. She has shown no reactivity with our other doggies although she was the only dog in her previous home. She hasn’t lived with cats before either, so she must go to a cat free home. Due to her size, we can only rehome Kay with older children. 

Living with children

I can live with older children. 

Living with other dogs

I can live with other dogs.

Living with cats


I cannot live with cats or small mammals. 

Opt to Adopt!
Contact Numbers:



Julie: 01763 289827

Cats & Kittens

Liz: 01767 681157

Small Mammals

Zoe: 01234 342150

Lost & Found

Linda: 01234 822877

Email: info.rats@gmail.com

Apply to adopt Kay

If you would like to register your interest in adopting Kay, please complete your details below and we'll send you a detailed adopter enquiry form by e-mail.



We have a number of animals in our care. Most are homeless through no fault of their own and are looking for furever homes and owners who can give them the love and attention they deserve.


Please take a few moments to familiarise yourself with our adoption process:


Step 1:     

The animal is admitted into our care, and assessed by our team.

Step 2:     

The animal is examined by a vet, who treats any ailments or injuries.

Step 3:     

The appropriate team leader will liaise with the potential adopter to get to know them and assess whether they are a potential purr-fect match.

Step 4:     

The potential new owners meet the animal, and decide if they want to adopt. New owners may be asked to visit the animal several times before the adoption takes place.

Step 5:     

A pre-adoption home visit will then be made to new owners premises to meet the members of the household and to ensure that the environment is safe and right.

Step 6:     

If the visit goes well, you will be asked to collect the animal and for an adoption donation (amount on request) and to sign an agreement to care for the pet with a commitment to return them to us if they can't continue to do so.