KARMA WORKS IN STRANGE WAYS. This young cat was thrown into the Temple as a tiny kitten and instead of being ripped to bits by the dogs he found his way to the nun's house. She took him in and let him loose with her dogs cos she knew they wouldn't kill him. They didn't. He shows no fear bravely walking amongst her 38 dogs and they show no aggression. He rubs himself up against them and they accept him as one of them.Wonderful to see
THIS WILL WARM YOUR HEARTS...2 BLIND DOGS ENJOYING THEIR FIRST DIP IN THE SEA. Freddie the black and white boy was brought to us by a great friend and dog rescuer Josette a few months ago. He's settled in well and volunteer Simon thinks he may have some sight as he seemed to find his way round the beach OK. Freddie's sponsor Susan's husband and will love these pics of Freddie as will Nops sponsors. Nop suffered terrible cruelty about 18 months ago and is now totally blind but he also manages to find his way around. Today he had his first swim and is really enjoying his outing. Thank you volunteers Simon and Jackie you made my day...and theirs.
THE GOOD NEWS THIS WEEK IS PETAL IS RECOVERING BRILLIANTLY. I truly feel Petal has a guiding angel hovering over her. After just 2 days on her Normal Saline drip her appetite returned and she gobbled down her food for the first time in nearly a week. Thank you so much Jackie for taking such great care of her whilst we've been away. It was very hard to leave her but we saw a great improvement just a few days after her trip to the vet. She's finished her 10 day drip treatment and is still on the medication prescribed by the vet. When she's finished we'll keep her on Doxy with blood boosters in the afternoon. The priority on our return will be to take Petal back to the vet for another blood test. A big thank you to Jackie Petal's carer and her wonderful sponsors Fiona Marie and Michael