Time to welcome some lovely new Puddings to the Twilight pack

Leeanne says, “I know we are full, I know we are in our own current need to get daddy strong … but sometimes …”

Bach the border collie

This old lad was brought to our attention by the lovely Sally. Yet another sad maltreatment situation. Sally and Linda, and many others at the SPA fought hard for him to get him to somewhere warm and loving. He is 12 plus. Weak, chained most of his puff, kidney failure and only the morning of his release a tumour was found on his lung.

Welcome Bach. Thank you Phoenix for helping with a final push. Thank you Jill for collecting him with less than 24 hours’ notice. Thin. Wobbly. The very runniest of diarrhoea and a pee that needs us to consider buying dinghies!! His perky ears stood on tip toe as he met his new family. Still entire, he hasn’t lost his sniff abilities!

His first night was quiet and calm. Met everyone but stayed close. Next morning, goodness, he wobbled around the garden, wagged his tail and just loved the clear freedom experience. I just stood and smiled. This is what it is all about. Welcome old boy. Very welcome indeed. Let’s get some love crammed into your last days xxx

Welcome two new Twilight outreachers

In early January, the very handsome Reilly went off to a Twilight OUTREACH home. He’s had a stroke but looks wonderful and in a loving place xx

And the very beautiful Fern, twelve years old and with a heart murmur but now in a lovely place xx

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