Prior to rehoming, all NASSL animals are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.
Anyone who can help rehome Sacha and Tom can contact NASSL on 01325 321855 or 07748268822.
Longer-term, if we find the right person, we are hoping to open up a building in the Huddersfield area." As well as caring for rescued animals at their base, NASSL supports other individuals and sanctuaries involved with animals, as well as helping pet owners, such as pensioners and people on low income, with their vet bills.
Those interested in animal welfare should write to NASSL, PO box 42, Newton Aycliffe, Co.
NASSL stepped in to lend a hand by helping their former owner find homes for the offspring.
Pauline Wilson of NASSL says: "He is a pretty little mongrel and is just a happy little chap."
"He has had the most miserable start to his short life," says Pauline Wilson of NASSL.
He is in a NASSL foster home and is described as "a delight to have around".
Pauline Wilson of NASSL
describes him as: "A proper little scruffy mutt but he is such a character.
"Whoever did it, it was a deliberate act," says Pauline Wilson of NASSL
If you would like to offer either Topsy or Havoc a home, call Pauline Wilson at NASSL
on 01325 321855 or 07748268822.
For the RSPCA she does home checking, at Teesside Hospice she helps on the main reception, she is on the committee for the Hedgehog Society and also collects blankets and food for NASSL
as well as fostering extra pets.