Two excellent bits of news today regarding dogs. This morning Casper went to his new home, having been delivered to a half-way point by one of our volunteers. A wonderful life awaits, as Casper is due to spend his life travelling between France and the Coltswolds. Bet they will not have seen too many Griffon Nivernais over there!
The second adoption of the day was that of Bross, who has a malformation of his front legs, which may well result in early onset arthritis. It is encouraging to see that not everybody is put off by doggy-disabilities. As you can tell from his photograph, Bross is just overflowing with love and this is what attracted his new owners.
Many dogs were walked this afternoon, despite the occasional downpour, and yet again the volunteers were out in force.
I came back home to the exciting news of a completely re-vamped website. I claim no credit for this whatsoever, it was the web-elves, so a million thanks to them. If there are any minor glitches they will be sorted out in time. Anything major, please let me know.
I am sure you all agree that it is a major improvement; as far as I am concerned, anything that helps reach more potential adopters has got to be good!
Thank you my lovely web elves!