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Victoria and Albert’s journey of loveWhen puppies Victoria and Albert were born by emergency caesarean their future looked bleak. Could Blue Cross help them to survive against the odds and find them new homes? Bert is right up Ernie’s (Sesame) street!When Michelle and Dave Calais were looking for a companion for their five-month-old neutered male rabbit Ernie, they knew Blue Cross could help them find the right match. From heartbreak to happy home for abandoned pup GypsyA puppy found abandoned outside Blue Cross with a heartbreaking handwritten note from her owner has now been rehomed. Jill never forgets a faceJill Pearce first met Cleo when she helped her uncle adopt a cat... and seven months later she realised the time was right to welcome her into the family. Tinka and Quinn's future is planned outLynn turned to Blue Cross's Pets into Care scheme to make sure her two cats Tinka and Quinn are well looked after once she has gone. Why Home Direct was perfect for Linda and BarclayWhen Linda Piper made the tough decision to give up her beloved dog Barclay, she turned to the Blue Cross Home Direct scheme for help. Ollie has two new mums!Ollie was just two weeks old when his mum rejected him. But foster carer Karen Pettet and the Dahlstedt family in East Sussex gave him the love and care he needed. Tolly's triumphAt ten years old, this lovely pointer collie cross has seen more than a few homes in his life. But when arriving at the Blue Cross Tiverton rehoming centre, staff felt sure they’d find the right home for Tolly. Superb new home for super-sized siblingsWhen giant rabbits Peach, Apricot and Plum arrived at Burford animal rehoming centre after their owner fell ill, Blue Cross had a big task trying to find them a new home without having to split them up. In a bit of a PicklePoor Pickle had an eating disorder when he arrived at the Blue Cross animal hospital in Merton, but it wasn't long before he got staff on-side and found his way to a new home in the countryside... Tiny Tim: king of the roadMiss Castle takes Tim to work every day where he happily sleeps in the cab, and when they stop to refuel, he gets out for a little trot around. Back at the depot, Tim usually manages to charm a treat from the office staff... Slinky and OscarFor Slinky and Oscar it was as if they had known eachother their whole lives... Harlequin Star is a pony club superstarThe 17-year-old 14.3hh Welsh section D cob and his new rider were a match made in heaven. Hannah says: “From the minute I first got on Harley I trusted him. As the weeks went on, I loved him more and more..." Lucky Lassie's second chance“We’ve even taken her up to Sheffield to see our daughter who’s at university there and we’re hoping to take her on our continental holidays too. Lassie is definitely part of the family now...." Long-stay dog Mabel has finally found a sofa to call her ownAfter loosing their dog Alfie in a tragic road accident last year home didn't quite feel like home for couple Gavin and Louise Wheeler - that is until they found Mabel... Former stray Holly has finally found somewhere to call homeHolly was originally called Sphinx but Kate says: “The first thing was to give her a new start with a new name, as we didn’t really feel Sphinx suited her. Following a Facebook vote of friends, Sphinx was renamed Holly.” Tabitha and Betty - six-toed superstarsToe-tally special cats Puddy and Baby became media sensations when we revealed they both had six toes on each paw. Most cats have five toes on each of their front paws and four on the back so these two have an extra 12 toes between them... The problem with PennySeeing how well Penny has come on has definitely been worth it. She’s had a complete change of personality. Penny loves cuddles and if I could fuss her 24/7 then she’d be so happy...