We meet three fury friends looking for a new owner
Time Out Bahrain staff
Time out Bahrain has, once again, teamed up with Tony the Dogfather's Animal Rescue, Rehabilitation and Rehoming Centre in the hope that our generous readers can help find loving homes for some of the abandoned animals patiently waiting for their forever families.
Please remember too, many of the animals we've featured still need long-term help and sponsorship if for any reason they are unsuitable for rehoming.
If you'd like to meet these boys and girls, or any of the other animals keeping Tony and his crew busy, call him on (39 629 889).
Al I was found tied to a railing and after lots of checks to look for my family, it's time to for me to find a new home. I'm a stunning young neutered male and, because of the very special demands of my breed in such a hot climate, I'm looking for a very special new family who hae experience and will know how to look after me. I'm very lively and looking for someone to have fun with. Could it be you?
Beatriceq I was found wandering up to people asking for my dinner so Tony is sure I've been a family pet but, despite appearances on Facebook and in the newspaper, nobody's come to claim me. I'm a lovely young girl of around eight months. Long haired and with a bushy taile, I need a regular brush to keep me tidy and a lap to snuggle in. I'm super friendly and I just want somebody to love. Will you love me too?
Conchita My family's circumstances changed and my dad had to go home without me so I'm looking for a new home. I'm a young girl of only two with a great temperament but I am very, very lively so I'd prefer a home without small children and Tony says I would drive an older dog bonkers because I just want to play all the time. I need somebody with lots of energy who can continue my training and help me get over losing my family - treats, play and cuddles would go a long way. Can you provide them?