Christmas may be over but here’s a true story, worthy of the Panto season.
Once upon a time, two little dogs named Gypsy and Sam arrived at SESAW. Years passed, Gypsy became arthritic and the volunteers despaired of them ever being rehomed because the duo disliked all other dogs.
Fortunately, the reprobates won the heart of one lady who succumbed to their dubious charms. The two little girls did go to the ball when Rachel took them home to play with her dogs including one that was equally reactive to other mutts. She also gave Gypsy a new lease of life with a set of Winston’s Wheels which enabled her to walk, run and frolic with the pack.
Winston’s Wheels is a registered charity and Rachel’s canine wheelchairs enhance the lives of hundreds of other dogs. Email email@example.com for more information or follow these links:
Rachel will join us at our Easter Fair in Long Melford on Sunday 3rd April, Covid restrictions permitting. Unwanted Christmas presents gladly received, to sell or use as Raffle prizes. Please leave donations at SESAW, clearly marked “For Easter Fair” or phone 01787 210888 to arrange collection.
We will be open as usual by appointment from 10th January, and will welcome enquires from anyone looking for a new four legged friend. If you can bring some magic into a difficult dog’s life, please leave a phone message or email. Meanwhile it’s dinner time – Oh yes it is! I’m off to the kitchen to see what Mum is cooking for all the residents including me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua.