Suffolk and Essex Small Animal Welfare

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Here comes March, in like a lion, out like a lamb and it’s greetings from Oliver (Ollie to my intimates), resident top cat at Suffolk and Essex Small Animal Welfare (SESAW). I’ve beaten Kenny to the keyboard while he snoozes by the Rayburn and make no apology for starting on a sad note.

There are lots of happy moments in animal rescue when people leave with their new pets but some visitors bring tears to our eyes with donations of food no longer needed. This was the case when Jenna contacted us after losing her beloved cat. Harry was a handsome Norwegian forest cat and extremely popular with residents in his village. He was always ready for a fuss and a ‘selfie’ with his adoring Public and even passers-by of the non-feline persuasion would stop and pay homage to Harry. We send our heartfelt sympathy to Jenna and all Harry’s admirers; he will be sadly missed.

Whilst I have the ‘talking stick’ let me tell you about Maxine, a five year old spayed female tabby in need of a new home. This delightful girl is friendly and loving, but occasionally it might be on her terms. She just needs to find that special (preferably adult) home, or with older children where she would become part of the family. Please leave a short message with your name and number to arrange an appointment to meet her. Kenneth’s fans will be please to know he can write next time, under the auspices of me, Ollie (the Black) Cat. 

Suffolk and Essex Small Animal Welfare, Stoke Road, Leavenheath, CO6 4PP. 

Reg.Charity No.1124029

01787 210 888 / www.sesaw.co.uk

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