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  • Just to bring everyone up to date on Norman, we thought he had been doing well there for a couple of months until 4.40 am Thursday morning when he had a grand mal seizure. We hoped that was a one of but unfortunately on Friday he had another 5 grand mal seizures. Over that period he had to be given 3 diazepam tablets to help calm the brain activity down. Unfortunately the side-effect of this is that he is very drowsy and accident prone so we have to constantly watch him until the drowsiness wears off. He had been going around 3 weeks without a seizure so hoping this was just a blip and it will be a while before he has another one.

    7 minutes ago

  • The Rainbow Rehoming Centre shared Donegal Pet Rescue's photo.

    Shared from Donegal Pet Rescue


    STILL MISSING please continue to share....please help find Penny
    Penny is an ex resident of Mid-Antrim Animal Sanctuary and her family were on holidays in Donegal when she went missing.

    8 hours ago

  • Jazz who was rehomed from the sanctuary almost two years ago. Big well done to Alex (pictured) and her mum who have done a fantastic job with Jazz. She was quite a handfull with us at the sanctuary and these guys have done great work with her. Well done! 😄

    May 23

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Since we opened in April 1996 we have found caring homes for an average of 20 animals each week (over 7000 to date). They come from many sources; some are abandoned, others come to us because their owners have to go into care, some due to marital breakups, moving abroad, and others are unclaimed animals from pounds throughout Northern Ireland.

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