Thank goodness for a bit of peace and quiet in the kitchen, now most of the wildlife has returned to it’s natural habitat. Mind you, it’s hectic outside with people running around in all directions, preparing for our Open Day and Fun Dog Show 12-4pm on Sunday 30th July. Mum says the theme should be silver as we are celebrating twenty five years of animal rescue at Leavenheath. I’ve heard talk of games, competitions, face painting, a vintage corner, cakes, bbq, music and an ice cream van for the humans.
Speaking of whom, hello to my friends at Copdock School, we had a nice time at Gladwells Charity Day as you will see in the photos. I hope all the pupils of the Bentley and Copdock School Federation will enter our Art Competition which is being organised by their teacher, Ms. Cross. There will be prizes for the best Pet picture and the best Wildlife Animal picture, winners to be displayed at our Open Day.
We are also indebted to Gladwells of Copdock for sponsoring the rosettes for the main classes in the Dog Show. The SESAW Dog of the Year class is sponsored by Jacki Wood of Ace Agility and a fun scurry will run all afternoon.
And most important of all, please make time to meet the animals awaiting new loving homes. As usual, after all the work and excitement of Open Day we will be closed during August, except by appointment or for emergencies.
Just a quick run down of our other events: 1st July, Summer Dance at Assington Village Hall, see us at the Vintage Rally, Melford Hall 1st and 2nd July, Shelley Fun Dog Show on 8th July and the Long Melford Street Fair on 9th July – details on our website.
Must go now as one of my favourite humans has just arrived. Young Henry is ready to go out for a walk with my Lhasa pal Beau and me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua.