Meet some of the dogs up for adoption at coffee morning

Meet the dogs which are available to adopt from city coffee morning ran by Safe Rescue for Dogs. 

Meet the dogs which are available to adopt from city coffee morning ran by Safe Rescue for Dogs. - Credit: Safe Rescue for Dogs

Four-legged friends looking for their forever homes will be the special guests at a coffee morning in the city. 

Charity Safe Rescue for Dogs can finally hold their crucial fundraising events which double as an opportunity for people to meet their potential pets. 

This is the charity's first event since the pandemic.

Alvina will be looking for her forever home at the event. 

Alvina will be looking for her forever home at the event. - Credit: Safe Rescue for Dogs

Steph Meachen, one of the volunteers for the charity, said: “People who have previously adopted dogs come along, people who are looking to adopt or even just people who enjoy a fun morning out all turn up.” 

Lukas is hopeful for a forever home. 

Lukas is hopeful for a forever home. - Credit: Safe Rescue for Dogs

The event includes coffee and homemade cakes but vegan and veggie options are also on offer. 

Safe Rescue For Dogs have successfully ran many of these events pre covid. 

Safe Rescue For Dogs have successfully ran many of these events pre covid. - Credit: Kelly Hare


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The event also includes a raffle and tombola with added stalls full of arts and crafts.  

And of course, some of the dogs up for adoption will also be attending the event. 

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Most of the charities fundraising plans were put on pause due to the pandemic.

“It’s been really hard for us,” said Steph.

Mitzi will be in search of her forever home at the safe rescue for dogs coffee morning. 

Mitzi will be in search of her forever home at the safe rescue for dogs coffee morning. - Credit: safe rescue for dogs

“Dogs have been unable to move because we have struggled for volunteers that can do the home checks. 

“Also, people were not allowed to travel for unnecessary journeys, so adoptions from further afield have not been able to take place.” 

The charity is slowly returning to normal operating so are now doing home checks across England. 

Bobby is one of the charity's dogs currently looking for a forever home. 

Bobby is one of the charity's dogs currently looking for a forever home. - Credit: Safe Rescue For Dogs

“This means adoptions are starting to take place again which is fabulous," Steph added. 

“Being back is not just important for raising funds but also for being able to provide a space for likeminded people to meet, chat and share stories of their dog's past and present is amazing. 

Emma is currently searching for her forever home.

Emma is currently searching for her forever home. - Credit: Safe Rescue For Dogs

“Broken hearts that need new paws to fix them, spreading awareness of what we do, getting more volunteers involved and of course raising the vital funds too are all on the agenda," Steph said. 

Charlotte is one of the dogs available for adoption from Safe Rescue for Dogs. 

Charlotte is one of the dogs available for adoption from Safe Rescue for Dogs. - Credit: Safe Rescue for Dogs.

She went on: “But of course you can come along just to support a local charity by having a go on our tombola."

Dogs are welcome at this event.  

It will take place on October 16 from 10am to 2pm at Heathersett Jubilee Youth Club.  

This is the first coffee morning the charity has been able to run since the start of the pandemic. 

This is the first coffee morning the charity has been able to run since the start of the pandemic. - Credit: Kelly Hare

A full list of dogs that are looking for forever homes can be found on their website. 

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