Suffolk & Essex Small Animal Welfare 

Suffolk and Essex Small Animal Welfare
Kenny’s SESAW News

Brrrr! I don’t like these cold, dark days and nor does Ollie (the Black Cat). He sprawls across the desk, swipes Mum if she tries to access her paperwork then walks over the keyboard which spues blank pages out of the printer!

One of my other housemates, Buttons, is a Norfolk Terrier, a good solid no nonsense member of the family. She was the ideal companion for Mum at a Thanksgiving Service for animals to celebrate the love and care between pets and their owners. They received a warm welcome at St. Mary’s in Stoke by Nayland and the collection raised over £200 for Suffolk & Essex Small Animal Welfare.

It’s been a difficult year for all animal charities with many people forced to give up their pets due to health or financial problems. Other animals are brought in, having being abandoned at the side of the road and often in need of urgent veterinary attention. Like most rescue centres, SESAW has been full to bursting and short of volunteers but we keep going, hoping the situation will ease up soon. 

Now that winter has arrived, please check our website or Facebook pages before visiting us as our seasonal shutdown begins in December. Meanwhile, very best wishes for good health and happiness to all our friends and rehomed animals, from Ollie (the Black) Cat and me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua.

Contact Details for Suffolk & Essex Small Animal Welfare

Suffolk & Essex Small Animal Welfare, Stoke Road, Leavenheath, CO6 4PP. Phone 01787 210 888 / www.sesaw.co.uk

Registered Charity No.1124029,

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