And the Oscar for “Best stare down a lens” goes to… Oscar!
Oscar has had a terrible time of it lately and he is only 2! He’s a beautiful Saluki cross Lurcher.
Before coming to us Oscar was found emaciated with a badly injured leg resulting in no other option but to amputate it. Oscar doesn’t let this slow him down though; he still attempts to engage in some Zoomies whilst walking on the lead.
Oscar is slightly wary when he meets new people, but probably because he has never known kind humans who treat animals with respect. Luckily for Oscar we are very good at this and we are going to keep him safe and loved until his new forever family come and take him home.
Oscar loves the company of other dogs and we feel that he would benefit from a doggy companion to show him not all people are bad. Oscar will need daily walks and a secure garden to explore in.
If you are able to donate and help us keep looking after little folks like Oscar you can use texts or Paypal to make your donation.
Welcome to the Eau Brink Rehoming Centre
Due to Covid-19 the rehoming centre is currently closed to the general public. Just let you know that we’re all well here and things are going on as normal behind the scenes. Please stay safe and keep well!
The Centre is run by West Norfolk RSPCA, an independent Branch of the RSPCA, on the outskirts of King’s Lynn in Norfolk. Our aim is to make every animal’s stay with us as stress-free as possible and merely a stepping stone to a new forever home.
Thinking of Adopting?
If you’re thinking of adopting one of our animals please read through our guides on animal adoption to prepare yourself to welcome a pet into their new forever home.