Firstly a huge thank you to all our supporters who have continued to offer help and support through this difficult time. Our dedicated staff and volunteers are working hard to stay safe to care for our furry friends on site.
Its been a little while since my last dogs blog…
These builders do alot of head scratching with tea un biscuits when I’m not there to supervise. Ummmmm…….. biscuits. Well, we had some wuff times last year but progress is now being made and we are now heads and tails on our way.
As promised I’m keeping the humans in order. On a recent inspection I discovered the place was a right mess! Looks like the humans had been snuffling through the bins for some tasty leftovers. Now I may have a guilty look but I’m used to the “it wasn’t me look” . Apart from my total disgust at the lack of biscuits during the development meeting I did get time to check out the new glass tiles…..Stunning! I look so handsome in the reflection, uhem, I mean I approve.
I am happy to report that the humans have been working hard both inside and out and the scaffolding is finally down, electrics and flooring are in and outside the woof and cladding are finished!
Here I am, in stealth mode making sure that my humans don't stand around drinking tea, eating biscuits and chatting all afternoon. They call it a site meeting apparently........
Many rescue animals become our saviour, even though it is us who have rescued them. Full of love and appreciation they can change our lives forever. This letter is from Emily and Fidget, Fidget was adopted from us 2 years ago.
Hi I’m Fenton and a few years back I was adopted from ARC by my new person who is working really hard on the new rescue home, of course under my strict supervision. Follow our progress and I will keep you updated with how well my humans are doing along with lots of photos. I will probably be in quite a few because I’m important. Here I am inspecting the pipework, I told them it needs a bit more work.