We have issued our second annual Calendar - we hope you enjoy it
Leia, a victim of Cyprus' hunting season.
Cli😊😊😊 COMPETITION TIME 😊😊😊😊
Here’s your chance to win a beautiful commissioned needle felt model of your dog by June Weaver of Weaver Meadow Creations, take a look at some of the beautiful creations on the FaceBook page
June works from photos of a pet using the techniques of needle felting, working wool and wire to create a model appropriately 12cm tall. These are just so lovely and I'm sure you would all love one of your own ...dog or how about a surprise gift for someone special!
All you have to do to be in with a chance of wining a beautiful model of your dog is buy numbers! The numbers are £2 each or 6 for £10. Simply say how many numbers you would like in the comments below, you can choose to select your numbers and Lesley Pizarro will confirm if they are available, alternatively you will be allocated random numbers. Don’t forget to make your payment by PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org *please make sure you use friends and family and state model in the comments section, Lesley will then confirm your numbers.
We have 150 numbers up for grabs so plenty of chances to win, as soon as all numbers are sold the lucky winner will be selected using a random number generator.
Massive thanks Lesley for running the competition for us and to June for very generously donating her time and energy helping us raise much needed funds for our boys and girls!
Good luck! 😀
P.S Below is our very own LCDR boy Issac formerly known as Doughie adopted by the lovely Lucy Colquhoun back in 2016.ck here to edit.
Billy...don't let his life have been in vain...
December 2015. Last year a small friendly stray dog called Billy made the headlines in Cyprus and news of his plight reached around the world. He was dumped, alive, in a cardboard crushing bin at the Anastasia Hotel, part of the Tsokkos chain, by hotel employees. He survived for a short time rescued by tourists but later sadly died through his injuries. Read the story here. In the UK you might hope for some legal justice for this kind of animal cruelty. Unfortunately that's not the case in Cyprus where those accused have just been aquitted. But there are many thousands of people who are calling for this to change. If you are moved by this story please take the time to sign and share this petition or write to the President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades.