He’s done it again! While I was meeting my Public at our Autumn Fair, Ollie (the Black) Cat wrote our news last month. Mind you, I feel sorry for him now, he has a big abscess on his face and is under house arrest! Don’t worry, he’s on the mend and will soon be trying to take my place as your SESAW correspondent again.
Despite the chilly mornings, we all enjoy an early run around the field but those of us who are “vertically challenged” come in with a damp undercarriage! And I don’t mean just dogs – Rupert the baby pig squeals in disgust when the grass is wet. You should have seen Button’s face when the little porker first arrived and chased her around Mum’s legs. Our resident Norfolk Terrier cross was not impressed!
Ollie says I must tell you we have many cats and kittens including poor little Peabody who is back since his “happy ending” didn’t work out. As top dog around here I don’t have a great affinity with cats but can’t help feeling sorry for him, especially as so many humans overlook us black animals. Eight year old Izzy and Chloe are also looking for a home together for the second time. They were rehomed by SESAW years ago but unfortunately their owner passed away. They are a friendly pair although Izzy is very shy. I would love to see two year old Domino, Sooty and Sweep rehomed. They are three feral cats in need of a farm with a cosy barn and a kind person to keep an eye on them.
The volunteers are holding a Christmas Fair at The Old School, Long Melford, CO10 9DX, 10-3pm on 19th November. There will be lots of festive things on offer plus lots of prizes in our big raffle. Mary is busy preparing her ever popular Tombola which never disappoints the winners.
Remember to keep your pets safe during bonfire season. I can’t impress upon you enough how scary fireworks are to all animals, including me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua.