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 without sounding like a puffing dragon.
If you like taking pictures of your pets when you are out and about, why not enter the SESAW Photographic Competition on Facebook? Simply join the group then submit up to three photos each month for a chance to feature in the SESAW 2016 Calendar. A public vote will select ten pictures per month to go forward to the grand final in September. Follow this link to the Competition on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/groups/738232976262887/ and if you don’t have Facebook or a computer, perhaps you could ask a friend to help you – that’s what I do!
Among the animals awaiting homes are Pip and Snoopy who would suit an active retired couple as they like their walks. Pip especially likes a cuddle once he knows you. Like me, Snoopy needs to lose his Christmas bulge. Buster, a big hairy black cat, was living rough on a Sudbury industrial estate. Currently being fostered, he is now ready for a nice warm adult home. Mona, a pretty tabby and white cat, will be much happier when someone ends her long wait for a loving home.
Our fundraising events start with Barbara’s Mad March Sale,7th March in the Parish Room, Stratford St. Mary. The next sale will be two weeks at Whatfield Village then our second big table at the Old School, Long Melford on Sunday 12th April. Donations of items we can sell or use as raffle prizes may be left with us during our opening hours, Thurs-Sun between 10am and 1pm. I must close now because a packet of (low fat) doggy treats that someone donated is calling to me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua.