The Cotswolds Dogs and Cats Home appeals for sponsors and donations for two poorly dogs

Lady, a Yorkshire Terrier cross, and Stella, a spaniel cross, have recently made a move to the Gloucestershire based charity from the RSPCA animal hospital in Birmingham.

They both suffer from chronic skin issues which cause discomfort with extensive scaling, thickened skin and severe bald patches.

The charity is asking for your help with their road to recovery.

Stroud News and Journal: (left) Lady and (right) Stella sat together (CDCH)(left) Lady and (right) Stella sat together (CDCH)

Tash, a CDCH Animal Care Assistant, said: “Stella and Lady arrived into our care in a terrible condition. They were both very sad and timid. After gaining some of our trust they are already showing massive improvements and both showing hints of their cheeky little personalities.”

The pair are both now relaxing in the care of the staff at CDCH despite their condition.

With the help of the team at CDCH and the vet Mo, the two dogs are on their way to feeling more comfortable.

How you can help Lady and Stella at Cotswold Dogs and Cats Home

Lady and Stella can benefit from your help and if you’d like to support them through their treatment, here’s how you can.

Choosing to sponsor them for £10 a month will give them the medical attention, love and care that they need to become healthy and eventually go on to find their forever home.

If you choose to sponsor them, you’ll receive a welcome pack and regular updates on their progress.

You can sponsor Lady and Stella via the CDCH website here.

Stroud News and Journal: Stella cuddling with a member of CDCH staff (CDCH)Stella cuddling with a member of CDCH staff (CDCH)

That isn’t the only way you can help though because donating is also an option.

Donations will help cover medical costs of the two dogs and if the charity receives more money than is needed to carry out Lady and Stella’s treatment, the rest of the money will go towards the medical costs of other animals at CDCH.

Make a one-off donation via the CDCH website here.

CDCH thanks you for your support and kindness shown to Lady and Stella.

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