After over one year in our care, we’re pleased to announce our gorgeous Narla has found her forever home!
Narla arrived in August 2019 with a council ranger as a very curious young girl. It was clear she was very intelligent and friendly and would make a beautiful companion, but with a few behavioural quirks and such an active personality, it proved difficult to find her a suitable home.
While Narla waited for the right family to come along, she went into wonderful foster homes with our volunteers Robert, Sam and Stef, who went above and beyond to give Narla an exciting and active lifestyle, and help with her training.
As time went by, it became clear Narla just wasn’t meant to be a city girl, so we started investigating rescue options in more regional areas.
Stef was integral in finding a rescue for Narla and got in touch with Albury Wodonga Animal Rescue (AWAR), who agreed to take Narla into their care. Both Stef and our volunteer Sandra drove her all the way to her new temporary home.
Just a few months on, Narla has already attracted a new family out in Albury and is on a trial adoption in what will hopefully be her forever home!
Thank you to Robert, Stef, Sam, Sandra, AWAR and all the committed volunteers who supported Narla’s long journey to find her happily ever after.
Congrats Narla! 👏