Angie who has Jess and lives in Milton keynes writes to tell me that Jess the cross labrador she adopted from us a year ago, is doing very well and her behaviour is improving all the time. I hope that is not clean washing she is sitting on! Jess, it has to be said was not an easy dog and this news is very heartening and the fact that they love her so much in spite of her personality dysfunctions makes me realise that there are people out there who do not expect wonders from their rescued pets and are, in fact, willing to work with them.
Sonny the cross chihuahua/jack russell is also a happy little man now he has a loving home.From being tossed out of a car, abandoned and then spending a week in a cold kennel in a dog pound, he is now being cared for as he should have been all along and he has a canine pal too. I think you will all agree that these photos show very happy dogs.
The cats pictured all live with members of the same family.Katherine has adopted three cats from us and her parents recently gave a home to teenagers Henry and Leo seen here surveying the layout of their new home.Here are the Williams cats in their full glory., left is Hedges who was adopted in 2007 enjoying a stretch on the bed. Below is Rusty adopted earlier this year and being cuddled by Katherines daughter and finally Jazz who has only just left the shelter but has clearly made herself very much at home already as she is sharing her sleeping space quite happily with Hedges.I wonder if are there any more cat lovers in the family? maybe we could persuade THEM to adopt a few more.