How to foster or adopt a dog or cat in Bahrain while working from home

There are plenty of cats and dogs looking for love and affection

How to foster or adopt a dog or cat in Bahrain while working from home
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Working from home can get pretty lonely, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

No, we’re not talking about breaking social distancing rules - we’re talking about fostering or adopting a furry friend.

Now that most of us are spending all our time indoors because of coronavirus, we have more time to look after the pets we’ve always wanted but didn’t have the time to train or play with.

Whether that’s a cat or a dog, or even something a little more outlandish, there are so many stray or abandoned animals in Bahrain that need your help.

Which is exactly why we’ve teamed up with Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre to show you some of the animals that are just waiting for their forever home.

And if you can’t commit to adopting, you can also foster an animal from the centre. You’ll get all the benefits of having a pet (think lots and lots of cuddles), and you’ll be helping the charity keep costs down.

Scroll through for some of the animals you can foster and adopt while working from home.

Tiger



Losing his leg, half his ear, and the skin on his forehead in a fire hasn’t stopped Tiger from being a super-friendly cat. Sadly, he’s spent several years at the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre following his injury, and it would be lovely if he could find his forever home. He’s four years old, neutered and vaccinated. If you already have another pet, don’t worry, as he’s great with other cats. To find out more about fostering or adopting Tiger, contact miaowstarsbahrain on Facebook or Instagram.

Pirate



Despite being a three-legged dog, Pirate loves going on walks. All she wants is cuddles, and she’ll happily jump in your car and go home with you. To find out more about fostering or adopting Pirate, please get in touch with the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre on Facebook or Instagram.

Mercedes



Although Mercedes only has three legs, she has more than enough heart to make up for it. She loves making friends wherever she can find them – cats, dogs, humans... Mercedes gets along with just about everyone.
To find out more about fostering or adopting Mercedes, contact miaowstarsbahrain on Facebook or Instagram.

Wolf



Despite the name, Wolf is an easy-going gentleman with a chill manner. He loves going for short walks and relaxing inside with his favorite humans. To know more about fostering or adopting Wolf, please get in touch with the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre on Facebook or Instagram.

Trixie



Stroking cats is amazingly beneficial for your mental health, and Trixie is more than willing to help you with that. This confident cat is incredibly affectionate and loves being fussed over and stroked. She was one of 52 cats rescued from a terrible hoarding situation. To find out more about fostering or adopting Trixie, contact miaowstarsbahrain on Facebook or Instagram.

Tyson



Tyson is basically the definition of a gentle giant, and he loves a cuddle. Unfortunately he can’t be with other animals, but he’s a great family dog. To know more about fostering or adopting Tyson, please get in touch with the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre on Facebook or Instagram.

Ping (and Pong)



Ping and her sister Pong lost their mum when they were just two days old. Volunteers at the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre bottle-fed and raised them, and now, four months down the line, they’re ready to find a new home. Ping is slightly shy but comes out of her shell once she gets to know you. They’re both fully vaccinated.
To find out more about fostering or adopting Ping, contact miaowstarsbahrain on Facebook or Instagram.

Pong (and Ping)



Here’s Ping’s sister, Pong. How can you resist that face? To find out more about fostering or adopting Pong, contact miaowstarsbahrain on Facebook or Instagram.

Heuy



Heuy is a very sweet, outgoing dog. She’s a one-year-old and while she can be slightly shy, it doesn’t take her long to warm up to people. To know more about fostering or adopting Heuy, please get in touch with the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre on Facebook or Instagram.

Bellow

This sweet, older dog, still has a lot of love to give and loves going for a walk but can get tired easily. Bellow is a very easy going dog and loves everyone, including all dogs. He’s also super cute and cuddly –  how can you not want to adopt him? To know more about fostering or adopting Bellow, please get in touch with the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre on Facebook or Instagram.

Rosie



Rosie, who was raised at the shelter, loves playing with people and going for walks. Now aged one, she’s looking for a loving home. To know more about fostering or adopting Rosie, please get in touch with the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre on Facebook or Instagram.

Lucky



You’ll certainly feel lucky to have the chance to hang out with Lucky, a four-year-old boy who was raised at the shelter. All of his siblings have already been adopted, so please consider adopting or even fostering him.
To know more about fostering or adopting Lucky, please get in touch with the Bahrain Animal Rescue Centre on Facebook or Instagram.

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