The animals that hardly anyone wants in the spotlight

They were there in a box next to an underground container. Two naked guinea pigs: Casper and his box mate Katwizel. “Casper’s stomach was covered in wounds when the animal ambulance picked him up.” Casper’s back was now full of white scars. You don’t usually see it in an animal. Then it is hidden under a layer of fur. But a naked guinea pig has no hair – and there is no hair that does not protect. And then suddenly everything became visible.
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Casper shivering waits for him to appear in front of the photographer’s lens, but in the meantime lets himself be petted. Meanwhile, Casper has found a new home, but Catweazle is still waiting. In a new house he would like to have a girlfriend with whom he lives. Because even though he wasn’t very nice to Casper, he loves companionship. His dating profile might be something like, “Catweazle, a naked guinea pig, is looking for a cage with a cute guinea pig, with or without hair.”
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They were there in a box next to an underground container. Two naked guinea pigs: Kasper (above) and fellow fund catweazle. “Casper’s stomach was covered in wounds when the animal ambulance picked him up.” Casper’s back was now full of white scars. You don’t usually see it in an animal. Then it is hidden under a layer of fur. But a naked guinea pig has no hair – and there is no hair that does not protect. And then suddenly everything became visible.
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ruby, excited, white, cute little boom to watch arrows from one side of the room to the other. When the photographer gets to his knees, he stands on his hind legs excitedly. Shake, shake, shake. “He is very kind to people, but very mean to all other living things. Then it’s like a piranha. Take a quick picture before he sees the cats.” Peter Lipton’s photo

Kukelekuuuuuuuuu, kuuuukelekuuuuuuuuu, looks from an outside loft on the edge of the courtyard. delicate? No, Bantam Rooster Steve would like to let you know he’s here. He may be small in stature, but the sound he makes is undoubtedly huge.
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In a hen house, a rooster (one rooster!) can be very beneficial to the atmosphere. He secures peace among the hens, watches over his females, and warns of danger like a cat or a bird of prey. By mentioning these advantages in the regional media, roosters are sometimes taken out of the shelter.

Steve wasn’t so lucky yet. He just cuddles in his cage. And then, click, snapped by the illustrator, opening the nib.


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Kukelekuuuuuuuuu, kuuuukelekuuuuuuuuu, looks from an outside loft on the edge of the courtyard. delicate? No, bantam rooster Steve I just wanted to let you know he’s here. In a hen house, a rooster can be a very good one for the atmosphere. He secures peace among the hens, watches over his females, and warns of danger like a cat or a bird of prey. By mentioning these advantages in the regional media, roosters are sometimes taken out of the shelter. Steve wasn’t so lucky yet. He just cuddles in his cage. And then, click, snapped by the illustrator, opening the nib.
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fatHe, who has an estimated age of three years, can become restless and overstimulated with anything. But there is one final catalyst: other cats. Before the photographer gets to work, it is important that he does not see any other cats, or you will go crazy. “For Robin, living in a cat-rich residential area is not an option.” And the shelter that houses 82 other cats is a nightmare. “Fortunately, she responds well to calming food.” Peter Lipton’s photo

It wasn’t really her fault, says Rania’s caregiver Donny Tessen. She was almost blind in her right eye, and when someone to her right suddenly stood up, she was so shocked that it bulged out. “While Rania is a very cute dog,” Thyssen says, touching her nose. “You just have to know how to deal with it.”
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Rania worries when she is allowed to appear on camera. Within minutes, she tore a perfectly stuffed toy she saw lying on the floor. “Reply a moment.” Good. “As long as it’s not us, I’m fine.”
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She says it wasn’t really her fault RangaActing Donnie Thyssen. She was almost blind in her right eye, and when someone to her right suddenly stood up, she was so shocked that she bulged out. “While Ranga is a terribly sweet dog.” She gets anxious when she is allowed to appear in front of the camera. Within minutes, she tore a perfectly stuffed toy she saw lying on the floor. “Reply a moment.” Good.
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“We currently have a turtle on the sanctuary,” says assistant manager Nicole Quinn of Dierenasiel de Kuipershoek. This only happens once a year, maybe not once, she says. “Aquatic turtles, we have a lot of them, but turtles are rare.” StoffelAs they called this specimen, it would not last long in the Arctic. Peter Lipton’s photo

When her enclosure door opens, ten-year-old Birdie raises her head in agitation. She cast a more than angry look at the entrance, but assistant manager Nicole Kwan of the Kuipershoek Animal Shelter at Klarenbeek didn’t deter him. Quinn knows Birdie may seem grumpy, but she appreciates the visitors. She allowed herself to be tickled behind her ear and completely rolled over for the occasion. “That’s nice, isn’t it, about your itchy skin.” Quinn explains that that angry look is because of Byrdie’s skin. Especially around her eyes, nose and mouth, they are brittle, scaly and dry which in turn causes her to have puffiness and a small, angry face.
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Her online adoption profile sums up her character: “Are you looking for the companionship of a somewhat friendly older lady who loves to be around and visit your lap every once in a while? Then Byrdie is the lady you’re looking for.”
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Because of her dry skin, the nearly ten-year-old cat Birdie Angry whore. She cast a more than angry look at the entrance, but assistant manager Nicole Kwan of the Kuipershoek Animal Shelter at Klarenbeek didn’t deter him. Quinn knows Birdie may seem grumpy, but she appreciates the visitors. She allowed herself to be tickled behind her ear and completely rolled over for the occasion.
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Ronald He is a beautiful, young, energetic Tervueren Shepherd. According to the website, “He only had to blow out one candle in our shelter.” It should, because Ronald really has to get out of there. Shelter is a dangerous place for him, and his heart cannot stand the pressure. Peter Lipton’s photo

The future owner needs to know a little bit about what a rabbit like Byd needs. Because although he is not a true doll or Angora, his coat does need some maintenance. Sometimes you have to go through a brush to prevent tangles or even felting. But he’s not really fascinated by brushing and lifting.
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From the very small to the Flemish giants of over seven kilograms, short-haired and long-haired cats and rabbits. The Animal Protection Center in Amersfoort has them all in their shelter. A fluffy specimen with a hand, was found in a chest on the Hoorneboegse Heide in Hilversum. He is now one of 99 rabbits they harbor. No one has come to see him yet.
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From the very small to the Flemish giants of over seven kilograms, short-haired and long-haired cats and rabbits. The Animal Protection Center in Amersfoort has them all in their shelter. hand, a fluffy specimen, found in a chest on the Hoorneboegse Heide in Hilversum. He is now one of 99 rabbits they harbor. No one has come to see him yet. Sometimes, you will need to comb a brush through his coat to prevent tangling or even felting. But he’s not really fascinated by brushing and lifting.
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