A Bill and Mui Mui Story

I'm sure many of you read their story and felt sad, as did we - well I'm very happy to let you all know that there is a happy ending and a new beginning for these 2 fortunate cats. Read on ....

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One-Eyed William!

We took William on because he was in a terrible state. The story goes he was one of around 20 cats whose owner moved out and released them. Many of them disappeared and have not been seen since. 

When he arrived he had a mouthful of rotten teeth, glaucoma, the beginning of an eye ulcer as well as a detached retina, a swollen jaw which we thought may have been broken. He was covered in fleas and clearly in pain; which part hurt the most I can only imagine! With all of this he was patient and calm allowing himself to be examined, x rays, blood tests the list endless!
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Cheppy's Story

Can you imagine at 12+ you wake up one day to discover everything you knew had gone. The people who promised to love you forever who you'd been with since you were 2 months old, the kids you'd seen since they were babies, even the younger dog - gone! This is what Cheppy had to face a few weeks ago ........

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Rudy's Story

Rudolph first came to us after being given up by his trophy hunter owner. Imported from Canada as a young puppy, as he grew, interest in him waned and as usual, he was given away to someone on Lantau. He was happy and loved for the next few months anyway, though he had no training at all and as a large young, boisterous adult was quite a handful. Disaster struck and the couple were evicted which was followed by a life threatening illness and an inability to care for Rudolph lead to him being tied to a tree with a bowl of water and food during the day regardless of weather. He has food guarded ever since, as all he had to call his own was a bowl! Rudolph came to us mostly because nobody would take him, he was so big, strong and hard to handle. And so began the task of finding this extremely boisterous, manic, lush-coated and cold-weather Husky a home!

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Sam's Story

Sam was surrendered at 7 months old as the person who bought him soon realised he was not going to be an easy dog to care for; boundless energy and intelligence are two of many Border Collie traits. He was - he is - very affectionate and loving too.

I fostered him with a view to sending him at the first opportunity to a friend who had lost her Border Collie. Asap became 4 months as sadly after only one week with us he became aggressive with other dogs (only when walking on a lead). Off lead he was every dogs best friend, he played and was loved by virtually every dog we met. And yet as soon as the lead went on and we left the trail, dogzilla emerged!
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