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„La vie + un chat, ce qui donne, je vous assure, une somme énorme | Life plus a cat, that, I can assure you, adds up to a king´s ransom …” (Rainer Maria Rilke, 1920 in Paris)

Whoever is interested in our stories or intending to obtain a new fourlegged friend is on the right website. We are continuously looking for homes and guest families and may at this point thank everybody who has already offered support!

Our contribution towards human and animal encounters

Mankind has decided to take home animals many thousands years ago and has thus committed to care for them – to remember this today may be more important than ever (see also: “Why animals need humans…” and “Why humans need animals…” ).

Sometimes it happens that animals get lost, orphaned, can´t remain with their owners or have to be dispossessed from them. We inform and support people in keeping their animals appropriately and taking preventive measurements like animal registration (via chip) and behavioural trainings or saving windows and roof decks ect. (see also: “How do we work?” and “What makes the difference?” ).  The Vet Practice Schwarzspanierhof aims to help in this respect and seeks – wherever possible – new homes for animals in our surroundings.

All animals are fixed, registered and vaccinated befor they leave the practice. Over the years, we developed a good sense of which animals may fit to which human beings. If such a liaison turns out not to be ideal, we will take the animal back and continue our search. That is why we created this blog.

Currently we would like to introduce these animals and their fates to you:

  • A whole bunch of rascals (Sept 2017)

    A group of incredibly cute kittens is looking for a home. Holidaymakers came across...

  • Kiwi (Sept 2017)

    European shorthair kitten: female; black and white; approx. 10 weeks old; obtained health check...

  • Nino (Sept 2017)

    European Shorthair Kitten: male; grey tabby with a white brest and facial mask; approx....

  • Teddy (Sept 2017)

    European shorthair kitten: male; black and white; approx. 10 weeks old; obtained health check,...

  • Dotty (Sept 2017)

    European shorthair kitten: female; white with grey dots; approx. 10 weeks old; obtained health...

  • Lilly (Sept 2017)

    European shorthair kitten: female; grey tabby with white; approx. 10 weeks old; obtained health...

  • Brownie (June 2017)

    Brownie is a dark brown dwarf rabbit, male and fixed with blue framed eyes....

  • Sunny (/Juni 2017)

    Sunny is a light brown dwarf rabbit with standing ears. He is male nd...

  • Obituary on Sir James (April 2017)

    Sir James British Shorthair, blue; fixed; estimated age: 15+ (also called: Igor, Chaunessy, the...

  • Lany (Jan 2017)

    The story of little Lany is amazing and so we decided to put it...

Everybody who´s interest we have drawn now, is welcome to read more about (for both sides) fruitful new liaisons between human beings and animals that have evolved via assistance of Vet Practice Schwarzspanierhof.

What has been achieved so far

More than fifty animals have found new homes through our blog. For reasons of data protection we only mention names of animals and not those of people. However, if you are interested in following up with an animal formerly posted on this webpage you are welcome to contact us.

Here you will also find the stories of those stranded animals that have constantly moved into the home of Usha Patel and her husband: Lilo, Tiger and Dragon, Hunter, Finn, little Valentine , Tomcat James and our Miss Lany. Two Islandic geldings complete the animal family: Storkur and Lettir. However, who if not veterinarians should eventually take the responsibility to host animals.  Aside from all the joy that they are bringing..

The following companions have already found their new home: