Kenny’s June News

Please share this!Things have come to a pretty pass!   First I was usurped by that precocious Ollie “The Black” Cat when he wrote my April blog.  Next, I nearly missed the June deadline because I had to wait for this article to be typed.  Generally I’m an easy going fellow but I think the time Read More …

Kenny’s May News

Please share this! I couldn’t help it!   I just had to take a nap in my new igloo and then that pompous puss rattled off April’s news!   Mind you, it is a lovely, cosy bed sent in by my Kettlebaston fans, Peter and Val so I don’t really mind, and Ollie (the Black) Cat did a good Read More …

Kenny’s April News

Please share this!Greetings from Oliver (Ollie to my intimates), resident ‘Top Cat’ at SESAW.  Poisoned, rescued and nursed back to health by Mother.  Now wary of people, though I might allow a mere human to stroke me if I’m in the mood. I’m here to spill the beans on that upstart Kenneth, who has blotted Read More …

Kenny’s March News

Please share this! I had lots of cuddles when we visited the lovely people at Suffolk Life Pensions in Ipswich last month.   SESAW was one of three charities supported by the company last year.   As a result, Mum and Marian were presented with a cheque for £4109, a wonderful donation, while I received much attention Read More …

Kenny’s February News

Please share this!I don’t believe it!   Mum says I’m on a diet after too many festive treats so to spread the pain, here is a reminder to all my tubby canine pals out there.   A slim waistline means a longer life, less stress on the old knee joints and heart and lots of enjoyable walks Read More …

Kenny’s January News

Please share this! Here we are, January again and time for New Year resolutions.   I’ve heard talk of dieting, stopping bad habits (I hope that doesn’t apply to me hoarding things) and new health plans.   One of our supporters is already keeping fit for a very special reason.   Dave Carr is training for the London Read More …

Kenny’s December News

Please share this!It was too good to be true.  All was quiet, the visitors had gone, everyone was fed and the kittens were asleep. Mum finally opened the Sunday paper and I settled by the Rayburn with a particularly crunchy biro when the call came.  A Staffie bitch was found tied to a lamppost with Read More …

Kenny’s November News

Please share this!Last week Mum started giving us dinner an hour earlier than usual because the clock went back.   I don’t know what was wrong with it but it must be catching because all the volunteers also lost an hour.   Although we don’t worry about time, we animals are affected by the shorter, colder days Read More …