Hi folks, Snowy here! Sorry, it’s taken a good while to complete the story.
As you may remember, I came into Guardian Angels care with a huge injury to my neck, which proved very difficult to heal.
GA would like to make a special mention of thanks to the Vets in Old Isleworth for their dedication and care to Snowy during his protracted treatment.
After all my treatment and several months ago now, I was adopted by a wonderful older gentleman and as you can see by the photos my neck has completely healed and I am very content and settled in my new home.
Guardian Angels would like to wish Snowy and his new owner a long and happy life together.
If at first (and many times after) you don't succeed it helps to have a guardian angel nearby to help... www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-57156761
Hi friends, Snowy here,
I've been back to the vets twice this past week! But the good news is that the dressings are helping my neck to get better, slowly and surely.
The veterinary staff all say what a lovely older gentlemen I am. Very calm and purry when my dressing is being changed at the surgery.
Hopefully it won't be too long before I'm ready to find a super forever home with lovely kind people.
Paws crossed 🐾🐾🐈🐱❤️
Guardian Angels would like to say a huge thank to the kind lady from Southall (sorry we don't know your name), who donated a huge quantity of Tuna pouches, that apparently her own cat wouldn't eat!!
We are most grateful and it was kind of you to think of us 🐱🐈🐾🐾
First reported on Thursday 25th March - if you have an account with Petlog it might be wise to take action and check you and your animals are still registered... www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-56536389
In conjunction with our friends at Pets at Home (Hayes), as part of their Santa Paws Appeal, Guardian Angels collected this cheque at the weekend!
Pictured are Guardian Angel volunteers and some of the Pets at Home team and we’re extremely grateful for their on going support.
We’d also like to thank everyone who volunteered throughout the end of last year, helping to fulfill our shift quota, enabling us to qualify for this award.
The funds raised will help cover costs incurred so far, helping animals in our care and hopefully will provide for current and future cases.
Congratulations to Louise Tamplin who won our raffle and will be heading to Kew Gardens this winter!
Guardian Angels Animal Support held a raffle in time for Christmas, with all money raised going towards our vet bills.
A very special prize in aid of our charity - 4 complimentary tickets to Kew Gardens to be used before 25th January 2020. These were kindly donated to us to help raise much-needed funds.
We love to feed our feathered friends. But take some precautions to ensure you’re not doing more harm than good...
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"...
Guardian Angels has several volunteers who want to share their experience with you.