Hello Di, Ian and John

Buster is doing really well in his “retirement” home, we walk 5 miles a day so you can add a tadge bit more for him the way he whizzes around. I can’t tire him out! It’s so hard to believe he is eleven years old.
Getting his harness on is quite a challenge, he gets so excited, circles and circles and circles at such a pace, tries to sit and cooperate but concentration isn’t his strong point! I more or less have to lasso it over his head and grapple Mr. Banana from him at the same time. It’s hilarious, he is such a character.

He is so loving and somewhat adorable, uses his looks and charm it’s almost hypnotic! (I seem now to have curbed his amorous advances!), a real mommies boy and my shadow so I am encouraging him to spend time with Brian which he is warming to the idea of having a chef on hand in the kitchen particularly with his love of food.... he will eat and attempt to steal absolutely anything. We are hoping this settles somewhat when he has a consistent routine and accepts he will be fed well.

He is perfect for us, and believe the feeling is mutual!

Than you so much for giving us the privilege of having Buster, rest assured he will be well loved and cared for.

Sue and Brian.


Hi Ian,

Just to say that manic Meg is still creating havoc and fun in my life.

She is now 14 years and 2 months but thinks she is a puppy.

Excellent at - finding hedgehogs, pick pocketing tissues, running off with important pieces of paper, giving her opinion to all TV programmes and drinking the bird water (as she is jealous) and avoiding being trimmed (hiding in the garden hedges)

Also very good at hearing the fridge door open and not going out when it is raining.

She has had 3 major spinal operations in the past and a large tumour removed from her colon this Spring.

Meg is a medical marvel as her strength of character gets her back on track. Fully mobile and no after effects of tumour removal.

Her favourite time is spent either on her special bed or running around the garden looking for four legged intruders (squirrel, hedgehog .... or cat).

Thank you for this mad and strong willed bundle of love.

Best Regards


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