Miaowy Greeting everybody! Here's your weekly Mews Report.
On the morning of Tuesday 2nd December two dogs were tied up outside the Centre. The staff believe that they are father and son - the son is only a few months old. They are very skinny and have mange, the poor lads. Thankfully they're being taken care of now and the staff tell me that they're hopeful that they will make a full recovery. It's just a matter of time and treatment. These poor dogs are in such a sorry state and it could have easily been avoided with a good diet and basic veterinary treatment. Who knows what else these dogs have been through? If you are unable to properly care for your animals, the truth is that you shouldn't own them.
On to happier news, Humphrey and Peanut the kittens went to their new home together. Their new owners are so lucky to have such lovely little kittens. Humphrey reminds me of myself in some ways when I was just a wee lad. He's mischievous and curious about everything. He might make a fine reporter one day!
And on a very festive note, the Christmas tree and Santa stocking are now in Reception and ready for all the animal's presents - I supervised of course. The Amazon Wishlist for the animals has also been updated with plenty of present ideas so do take a look.
11 cats and 3 dogs arrived this week
An absolutely incredible 23 cats were adopted this week! That included some kittens living in a foster home, who were finally old enough to go to their new homes. What an amazing figure, don't you think?!
4 of our degus, who have been with us for countless months, also went to a new home on Sunday.
2 dogs were rehomed. This included Gus who had been at the Centre for almost four months. Everybody, including me, is thrilled for him. A home in time for Christmas - how perfect.
I can't believe how close Christmas is now! It's creeping ever closer. I'll only be giving two more Mews Reports before Christmas Day. I personally love Christmas (I get treated to catnip - how wonderful) and I know the staff will make it as special as possible for the animals here. Can you help them?
Right well this is me, Sir Felix Purrington, signing off. Until next week!