Reynard came from a violent home. “While they’re sorting their lives out, the rescue centre fosters their pets. When it’s safe, their pets are returned to them. It means a lot to the families – especially the children – to know their pets are safe and that they’ll see them again,” said Helen H. He’s very jumpy and nervous, but also incredibly affectionate. He Gives a lot of nose kisses! When people walk away, he cries and looks pleadingly at them with those gorgeous big eyes.
Photos by ©Helen H.
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