Kenny’s February News

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Brrrr!   Was I glad to get home after a brisk walk with Debbie in the freezing fog!   My little paws were too cold to type until I thawed out by the Rayburn so I could tell you a story with a happy ending.  
After many years, Gertie the Staffie finally has a home and sofa of her own in time to enjoy her very own Christmas dinner.   She came from the Dog Pound where she was under threat of the needle nearly a decade ago.   So never give up hope for a rescue animal, there is usually someone out there prepared to give them a chance and the home they deserve.
I’m looking forward to meeting some of you at the Charity Fun Day which H.G.Gladwell and Son Ltd are holding at Copdock Mill on 13th May.   We will have lots of items to sell, alongside other local organisations including the Washbrook Knitters and Stitchers.   Best wishes to their leader, Betty, who was not very well at time of writing.  
We hope to find new canine homes for some of our inmates at the Friends of St. Peter’s Church Dog Day in Sudbury on 11th March, 10-3pm.   I’m looking forward to our Spring Fair at Long Melford on 23rd April and I’m told we still have a few tables available so call 01206 263269 to book your space
Despite the cold weather, SESAW is open to visitors 10-1pm, Thurs-Sun so call in if you are looking for a four legged friend to share your home.   Spring may be round the corner, but right now, a cosy bed by the fire is the best place for most dogs including me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua.