Kenny is searching for his buried treasure leaving me to give you a cat’s eye view of life at SESAW. Although he had plenty to say about dogs last month, I can forgive the little upstart as he mentioned the sad fact that black and black/white cats are often overlooked. Even sadder are Betty, a black cat and a pretty tabby and white called Fat Cat. Please don’t be put off, she does not have a weight problem. They came in last May when their owner died and need a quiet adult-only home as they are very timid. Can you offer them the love and time they deserve, maybe a new name too?
The Sanctuary should be looking spruce if the new paths are finished, ready for our Open Day next month. Meanwhile, we are holding a £1 at Newton Green Village Hall, School Lane, CO10 0QS on Saturday 15thJune. Bargains include clothes, accessories, household, pet goods, collectables, books, DVDs, a raffle, homemade cake and other refreshments. We are also selling books at the 1940’s Vintage Day, 10-5pm on 22nd June, followed by a Swing Band Dance in the evening at the Delphi Centre, Sudbury, CO10 2RR.
All great fun for you humans but I prefer the quiet life, shadowing Mother on her rounds each evening. The sun goes down, the geese go to bed and a cosy hollow in the topmost hay bale calls to me, Ollie (the Black) Cat.