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Traditionally a time for new beginnings and this is no exception. We are delighted to bring you news of Bella’s rehoming.
We had such a lovely afternoon with Jane and Joanne, Bella’s rescuers, as they were reunited with her once again and they were able to meet Bella’s new owners Maggie and Charlie. It meant so much to us to get together with all those involved in Bella’s journey through her rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming.
Whilst Bella’s rehoming could be considered the end of her story we like to think of her rehoming as a brand new chapter for her. We will all miss Bella very much but feel a sense of peace and accomplishment that she has now found such a wonderful home.
Bella has been courageous throughout and she truly is a very special dog. She definitely deserves her place in the hearts of many across the world.
Thank you to everyone for all your good wishes and kind support throughout her remarkable journey.
Bella’s story is one of triumph, hope and recovery:
It was discovered that she had been deliberately dumped in the river overnight, her harness tied to a boulder in an attempt to drown her.
With all odds against her Bella miraculously survived but needed many months of care and veterinary treatment following her ordeal.
Without the support of the public, the recovery of animals like Bella would not be possible.
Not every animal has a story so widely covered as Bella’s but still too many undergo horrific acts of cruelty.
Help us to help more animals recover from cruelty by donating to the Bella Fund .
A fund set up to support the veterinary treatment of animals undergoing rehabilitation at Radcliffe Animal Centre.