All animal welfare organisations encourage owners of animals to get them microchipped. The cost is negligible, the procedure is painless, but if an animal does somehow get separated from its 'home environment', it can be invaluable in ensuring it can be reunited with the owner. If ever a recent story was more relevant, then it's this one - the quote from the shelter that took 'Sasha' in summarises it nicely.
"A simple microchip, which is the size of a grain of rice and is implanted under the pet's skin, helped us find the guardian of this missing cat"...
It is with very great sadness, that Guardian Angels must inform you that on 31st October 2019, Pamela (Pam) Ling died after a short illness.
Pam was the wife of our current treasurer Mike and our deepest sympathies go to him and their family.
Pam was a passionate animal lover and wonderful fundraiser and will be hugely missed.
Her funeral will take place on Thursday 28th November at St Philip and St James Church Whitton at 10:30 am, and afterwards at the Mortlake Crematorium.
Family flowers only, however donations in lieu can be made to Guardian Angels via T H Saunders, High Street Whitton or alternatively you can make a donation via Paypal (please mark your payments “In memory of Pam Ling”).
You can find the link to our Paypal on the following page:
Rest in Peace Pam x
...well more accurately - autumn cleaning.
Our original website was getting old and tired. It was also a nightmare for our volunteers to administer and update.
SO, the website team have worked hard on rebuilding and restructuring our site, giving it a fresh modern look.
Please leave a comment and tell us what you think :)
We raised the wonderful sum of £300 at our Fayre.
Thanks to all who helped in contributing to the wonderful day
Mary our Co-ordinator cared for him and with a special renal diet (he has kidney problems) has got him to where he is today...just look at the transformation!!!!
He is now happily living with his foster-mama who has fallen in love with the beautiful Bobby...and who will eventually adopt him!
Just one of the many animals that we take in, care for and nurse back to health to give them a quality of life that they would otherwise never have had. And that is why your donations matter!!!!!!!!!!