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 her five puppies, less than one week old, in a plastic bag, so cold they nearly died. Now Bubbles and her family are safely installed at SESAW, how about someone out there giving them hope for the future after their disastrous end to the old year, being cast aside like a piece of unwanted litter? Given the right home Staffies are lovely dogs – usually their problems start the other end of the lead.
Bubbles (pictured left) and most of the pups already have new homes lined up, pending homechecks, but if you would like to help towards the care of this canine family and have internet access, please visit www.justgiving.com/SESAWdonate/
Like all of us animals, Bubbles really appreciates the animal food and other products you donate via the SESAW collection bins in Sudbury, Colchester, Ipswich, Hadleigh and Bury St. Edmunds. By the way, when dogs are found wandering locally, they are often brought to SESAW. If your pooch goes missing, it is a good idea to call us and may save you much time and trouble.
I know you humans are preparing for Christmas so may I remind you about SESAW Animal Sponsorship? It is the ideal alternative gift for friends, family or those who have everything! Choose one of our residents from our website at https://www.sesaw.co.uk/sponsorship/ or pick up a form from SESAW.
As 2014 draws to a close, we would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and express our deep gratitude to all our supporters and volunteers. Without you, many animals would not have survived and there would be no SESAW. So on behalf of all the animals that have benefitted from your kindness, we thank you.
And the biggest thank you of all comes from the smallest dog – me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua!