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Kiera finds a new home at Last

Kiera

[K]iera, a beautiful black lurcher cross, has finally found her forever home, having patiently waited in kennels for 3 years.

Being 9 years of age and set in her ways, Kiera was often overlooked for a “younger model” with less training needs.

Kiera is an extremely popular dog with the team and was finally spotted by a fabulous couple looking for a dog to complete their family.

Anne Marie McGivern, Veterinary Nurse Supervisor at the Charity explained: “We are thrilled that Kiera has found such a loving new home having waited so long in kennels.

“Being a more mature lady, a lurcher, a breed often overlooked in rehoming kennels, and also being black in colour, shown in studies to be less desirable to new homes as they don’t take a good selfie, the odds were certainly stacked against her. However, her character has shone through and we are delighted that she has found a home, and a sofa to call her own!”

For more information about how to rehome an animal from Oak Tree Animals’ Charity please visit www.oaktreeanimals.org.uk or call 01228 560082.

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