It was all quiet in the kitchen, even Kenny was snoozing as I slipped past to send this month’s news from the feline point of view. The little Prima Donna has been quite well behaved lately so perhaps Mother will let him go out to events again this year. A must for all canine fans is the Dog Day at St. Peter’s Church, Sudbury, 10-3pm on 11th March.
Now spring is around the corner we are bracing ourselves for another kitten season. Please remember us black or black and white cats are just as lovely as the other colours. We make even better pets when we are neutered or spayed, thus avoiding more kittens ready to reproduce at four or five months old.
By the way, as Mark Twain almost said, reports of our closure are greatly exaggerated. Please tell all your friends the Sanctuary has NOT closed down as anyone can see during our usual opening hours, 10-1pm, Thurs-Sun every week.
Our craft ladies are busily knitting and sewing lots of handmade goodies, ready for our Easter Fair at Whatfield Village Hall, 1st April, then a Spring Fair at the Old School, Long Melford on 23rd April. Tables still available at £10 each, please phone 01206 263269 or download a booking form from our website. Thank you to all the kind readers who donated wool, material and other items, please keep them coming.
Talking of tables, it’s time I checked the kitchen to see if Mother has hidden away the butter from me, Ollie (the Black) Cat.