Thanks to people who helped Sheena. Plus adorable doggy in West Midlands needs that special place!



A few months ago, we ran a small campaign for Sheena Ashby over at UKRescueConnect to get a wheelchair that would be suitable for her to have some freedom and walk her rescue doggies. Sheena is a cancer survivor, campaigner and activist with a heart of gold and suffers various ailments which leave her in constant pain.



I am so pleased things are coming together for Sheena. Plus hoping for some lovely photographs to show you later of Sheena in action with her new wheels!


UKRescueConnect have been working behind the scenes to find the very sweet and gentle Sandy a new loving home in the UK. Ideally in the West Midlands region. She is a beautiful dog with a very soft temperament. Best suited to someone who wants sofa cuddles and enough time to give to her. She is used to spending time with cats and dogs and is good with children. I could see her as that special one and only. She has come a long way on her journey and is a very brave little girl. She is approximately 2 years old.


Kristyn Adams offers Sandy a temporary home with love and fosters her in Coventry – West Midlands (near Warwickshire and Northamptonshire). I am looking forward to meeting Sandy for the first time soon!

A family adopted Sandy at the weekend then changed their minds as their routine had been altered. Pets are for life not just a whim. If you would like to know more and meet Sandy please get in touch with AniAid Rescue BY CLICKING HERE

Tiffy for UKRescueConnect

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