More arrivals keep kennels occupied
On Sunday, July 2, we will be holding the first Mini BARK Music Festival.
With a great line up of Summerland, Pyre, Hardly Original, Point Blank and The Joe Mangles, a great afternoon is promised, regardless of the weather as we have indoor and outdoor facilities.
Tickets are £10 for adults and accompanied under 12s go free.
Well Hung and Tender will be selling food and there is a bar.
Tickets are available from our shop, the kennels and Occasions in Eyemouth, as well as on the gate. We look forward to welcoming you.
The kennels, sadly, remain fully occupied, with animals coming in all the time.
Last week our friends at the dump contacted us to say they had found two kittens in amongst the rubbish, where mum had given birth to them. Although not in great condition, they were saved thanks to Kenny and Barry, who the kittens are now named after.
They are only a few weeks old so not for rehoming, but are doing well. We hope by the time of reading we will have caught mum, and if she is feral we will at least be able to give her a health check and get her spayed.
We have some beautiful cats in, including three grey or grey tabbies. Even Misty, seven, has decided we aren’t all that bad and started to be friendly.
Misty, 14, is a lovely soul. All he wants is a bit of sun, love and, of course, his food.
Bear, 18 months old, is a beauty of a German shepherd. He is going to make someone a fantastic dog and he is so keen to learn and please.
Cheeky Chops is a seven to eight-year-old Yorkie, a really nice boy, loving and affectionate, and has been well behaved around other dogs. He can go to a home with children over 12. He is full of energy and loves to walk and play.
We were joined by a litter of seven rabbits, which will be ready for rehoming in a few weeks. They will going to Direct Pets’ rabbit awareness event late afternoon tomorrow (Friday). Pop in and see them.