Saturday, 30 July 2016


Hi Woofers!

Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss April, Miss Wendy and Freddy de Ferret here!

What a day!

We haven't been able to take Old Two Legs out for a really good rampage along the beach, we got visitors!

That means we have to be good girls, no mugging and no woofing at the local cats!


Still, we got our morning run and managed to stay out of the showers!

Chance of occasional showers!
We were not allowed to go in the water, well I wasn't and Holly wouldn't!

There were a couple of Bozo Woofers who did go in and all we could do was watch!

That looks fun...........Nah, that looks awful!
Now, enough about us being all negative about our boring day, how about some really good news?

Remember we told you about Rufus the ferret that was handed into the Harrietsham Ferret Rescue who had a big swelling around his tummy and how the money donated by the Allhallows Croppers was going to be used to finance his vet bills?

Well, this is him when he was handed in.

Rufus with The Lump!
 The vet did the operation and after a while it was pronounced as a success and he was allowed back to recover at the Rescue Centre.

There is was........Gone!
We can now report that Rufus has fully recovered and is now a happy little ferret and enjoying life to the full!

Ferrets are very sociable animals and what a ferret needs is another ferret to cuddle up to when they go to sleep.

Roy and Chris at the Harrietsham Ferret Rescue will now be 'Introducing' him to other ferrets they have to see if he finds a friend to share a cage with!

At the moment he is all over Roy and keeps kissing him!

He really needs another ferret to kiss!

So, the fun and games start!

I'll let you know how he gets on over the next weeks and who he ends up cuddling and Rufus sends a Whopping  Big Thank You and a Great Big Kiss to all you lovely ladies at the Allhallows Croppers!

Our Little Miss April has not been so lively over the last few days and has spent more time being carried in the ferret bag than walking with us. OTL says it is because of her heart condition and has had a word with the vet when we went down there to get stabbed!

The vet says that he will give her a check over when OTL goes down to get a new prescription for her and her medication is now getting low.

So, claws crossed!

Well, that is all for today, it been a boring and good news day and it didn't rain on us!

Tomorrow The Missus is off to the village hall for one of her master classes and we think we may get to meet a 'Little Woofer' if we are lucky!

See you all tomorrow!


Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss April, Miss Wendy and Freddy de Ferret.