February…ughhhhh I haven’t been well at all. My Foster Dad took me to the Dog Doctor because he was worried I wasn’t scoffing my Pero Dog biscuits, treats and well filling enough poo bags as I usually do. I’m now on dog medicine to make me feel better, My foster Mum has been feeding me my medicine and my Foster Dad is still in disbelief, as she never feeds him like that… I love my Foster Mum! The Dog Doctor says I have to stop all treats and go on a sensitive diet (phew….lucky that Pero have Super Sensitive and Grain Free Ocean Fish and Tapioca, isn’t it…wow seriously what would I do without my Pero?!
Right, other news apart from me feeling a bit dog rough. Cats! remember from my last blog that the rescue had had its highest intake of Cats and kitten in January. Well am rather happy to say that the kittens and cats have been re-homed with lovely humans. Daisy Dog came into rescue too, when into foster for assessment, got home checked and adopted by a nice retired humans and a dog (all before her photo could be posted on Facebook!). Sometime cats and dogs are adopted straight after assessment, sometimes it take a bit longer to find their forever homes.
Only Cole (black male with a Siamese heritage) and February newbie Oscar (middle aged black male cat who cant stop purring) waiting for a home. I do admire Black cats and their shiny coats but not when the are in the garden at night, when I’m out on toilet duties, all I can see is eyes…..aghhh I run back into the house very quick.
Something to look forward to, the Little Brown Dog Rescue have a Pop up Cafe / Table Top Sale on Saturday 1st April at The Penyffordd Institute, CH4 0JZ (12noon – 4pm) Craft and produce stalls, tombola, raffles, Dog Fancy Dress Competition and cakes… I can seriously sniff a cake crumb a mile away.
Woof for now