What a difference a week makes
The donations have been fantastic but We still need donations of anything that’s in
good condition and sell-able, so please raid your cupboards and drawers,
if you have anything you no longer want, need or use then we need it.
Come say hi and have a cuppa.
It’s all go here at Rain as usual and we have had a busy week with the dogs, we rescued 8 dogs in the space of a couple of days.
His owner could no longer look after him due to ill health even though they really loved him.
Riley- Lovely lab
This boy had been loved so much, living at home with his big sister and their cat. He could no longer stay home as someone at home has health problems.
They were all devastated.
This girl is just a sweetheart, another dog dumped in the pound.
Another young girl dumped in the pound through no fault of her own.
It’s heartbreaking to think where these dogs would be now if we hadn’t saved them.
He took over Flynn’s place on the sofa next to lovely Dexy as our young boy Flynn found a fantastic family of his own.
Our sweet old deaf girl Mabel also found a fantastic loving family of her own.
Her foster mum took her to her new home and Mabel screamed the whole way there, terrified of travelling
very upsetting for her Auntie Claire but her new mum and dad calmed her down with lots of cuddles
and she settled in straight away.
Honey as now taken over Mabel’s place in foster with Claire and family, she was very withdrawn
for the first couple of days and didn’t interact much but this sweet girl was afraid she was going to get hurt again.
With lots of reassurance and love and cuddles from her foster family she is like a different dog.
she loves affection and cuddles, they aren’t sure she’s ever had that before.
None of this would have been possible without support and donations from our friends and followers.
Please continue to donate so we can carry on to help these helpless dogs. We are a handful of volunteers all trying to make a difference but without the funds it just isn’t possible.
I know Christmas is on it’s way and money is tight for a lot but every little bit really does help.
To these dogs there is only one thing they want for Christmas, that’s the gift to live.