Last year, we welcomed five-year-old Dinky to Woodgreen when her owner couldn’t look after her anymore. She was a sensitive soul who didn’t like being alone – she had severe separation anxiety.
A match made in heaven: Biscuit and Munch
What makes a pet truly happy? For many, especially our smaller furry friends, it’s companionship.
Mickey's second chance
Dumped on a doorstep as a puppy during the first lockdown of 2020, Mickey had a rough start in life.
Being there for bunnies: Ronnie and Roxie’s story
When the owner of two ‘female’ rabbits – Ronnie and Roxie – discovered a litter of four babies, it came as quite a shock!
A fresh start for golden oldie Suzie
Suzie is a gentle, ten-year-old German Shepherd cross who’s been with us since October 2020. This gorgeous girl was brought to Woodgreen after her owner sadly became unwell and was no longer able to look after her.
Bunnies’ friendship flourishes with Woodgreen’s help
After becoming the proud owner of two adorable bunnies, Mayo and Pickle, owner Lyn made a startling discovery...
Hand-reared to happiness
Gendry was part of a German Shepherd litter. After their mum rejected them within a couple of hours of being born they were brought to Woodgreen to hand rear.
Getting Sonia back on her paws
Sonia, a one-year-old lurcher, came to Woodgreen from a local vet in Cambridgeshire, after she was found abandoned in a car park suffering from a terrible leg injury.
Huskie siblings start over
Inseparable husky siblings Kali and Ollie were used to a lot of attention and fuss, so when their owners had a baby, they became very unsettled.
Carly's new lease of life
Meet Carly, a five-year-old domestic cat who was found homeless with a serious leg injury from a suspected car accident. After being placed in the care of the RSPCA, one of their Vets was able to save her leg.
Misty finds her purrfect match
At Woodgreen, we love a happy ending. So we were delighted when Misty, a much-loved cat at our centre, and previous Sponsorship pet, found a loving home.