Tuesday, 4 March 2014
A quick update, still no deep pain sensation, but Sedge has tried to move his legs, which is sort of good we think. The length of time that we are going to give him has been increased to three weeks, so that makes me feel a little better. He has a urine catheter, which is being removed tomorrow, and there is a chance that  he will come home on Friday. I am a little concerned about it, but it will be lovely to have him home. There is still a LONG way to go and he may still not make it.

Thanks to all




I have to say that keeping a weblog can at times become compulsive and at other times a chore. Sometimes I am berrated for not keeping it up and sometimes I get wonderful comments from people who follow the news of the Centre.

It is fun to share the daily goings on here, some good and some bad, some funny and some sad, but all a part of our daily lives.
And as I said before its a pretty cool to be here and it is a great place to visit, you should try coming and watching the birds and meeting the staff and of course the dogs.

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An interesting video on Lead

An interesting video on Lead

I find it staggering that people who want to hunt don't see the value in changing their ammunition from lead to a safer product. We have stopped using lead in petrol, in paint, in our water pipes, but they still want to use lead - ah well, apparently eating it not only kills birds but leads to reduced intelligence in humans......................

NO ONE is asking you to stop legal and genuine hunting, they are just asking you to change your ammunition!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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