Oh dear! It’s Ollie to the rescue again because Kenny is so dog tired after his outing that he missed his deadline. Our little mascot was a great hit at the I.T.Fleet Automotive Fun Day in Raydon, and enjoyed meeting the lovely employees who are currently supporting several charities, including Sesaw.
Ken also enjoyed meeting the industrious work party from the offices of local pet food producers, Purina. The merry band spent a day sprucing up kennels, sheds and the garden, ready for the winter. I kept out of the way a few days later when some building materials appeared over the front hedge, straight off the back of a Buildbase lorry. Once unloaded Tony, the driver, stopped to meet black and white cocker spaniel, Chester (one of the the lucky rescue dogs, who has since found a new home!) before returning to Hadleigh.
By the time you read this, the winners of our Facebook Photo Competition will be chosen for our 2016 calendar. The judges had a difficult job, naturally I was not entered to give the others a fair chance!
Back at the Sanctuary we have lots of black and black/white kittens, one poor girl had SEVEN! Mother thinks herself quite the big game hunter. Went out trapping and guess what? Returned with more black cats! Nobody wants us but Black is beautiful. Please do not pass by but look beyond our colour to discover our personalities.
Our fundraisers are holding an Autumn Sale with a Christmas flavour, 11am – 4pm on 25th October at Great Bentley Village Hall. Our big Christmas Fair and Annual Draw will be held on 15th November, 10am – 3pm at The Old School in Long Melford.
Kenneth may well fret over my little exposés but I’ll save them for another time.
Mother is in need of my company on her evening rounds, then it will be back to a nice warm hay barn for another 80 winks for me, Ollie (the Black) Cat!