John and his wife Glennis heard about Sue and travelled to Zante to meet her and all her rescues. They adopted Zan who now lives with them in Chesterfield.
Five new arrivals this morning… They were found in a bin inside a plastic bag in Tragaki by a man who cared enough about them to ring round and find them help. Thank you Steve!
They are only a few days old. Two of them are not pooing very well and they really dont like the bottle, so Sue is syringe feeding them to make sure they take enough in, every three hours. They dont like that either. All of this is such hard work for Sue and it is very early days for them, but as Sue always does, she will do everything she can to save them.
Any help with donations or just some good wishes and support would be so gratefully received.
Sue and Oli found this poor dog under Sue’s car. She was very afraid and it took a lot of compassion and patience to coax her out. She had been dumped outside their home and hidden under the car in fear. Sue named her Sylvia and took her straight to the vets. Sylvia is about two years old and a Setter mix. She has blood tested clear. Her eye has been injured and her sight can’t be saved in that eye but Sue put a course of drops in her eye to make sure it was as comfortable as can be. She had a very bad chest infection so she also had a course of antibiotics for ten days and steroids for a few days to get it under control. Sylvia is now a VERY happy and healthy girl and is up for adoption!
Sue went to see this beautiful mum and her 8 puppies, this poor dog has lived her whole life of about 3/4 years on that chain, it’s so wrong.
Look how they all lived. The poor loving mum is so affectionate and happy to see Sue, Ollie and their friend, considering all she has known is life on the end of a chain in the middle of an olive grove, with the only visitors being kind ladies feeding them. Sue walked over to her, stroked her and she was rewarded with kisses.
Sue has rescued them all and they will be up for adoption when they have had time to recover, had vaccinations etc.
You can see the rescue of Daphne and her babies here and how they are all doing now… It is so heartwarming to see. Sue has so many puppies at the moment, she found a further 8 puppies dumped next to her home, only a day later! Sue is desperate for any help right now, so please donate if you would like to help her and her rescues. Thank you
Happy New Year with lots of thanks, love, woofs and licks from us all at Holistic Heaven Healing Paws.
It was a brilliant year for re homing, we managed to home 117 fur babes. Thats 107 puppies and 10 kittens, happy babes with great homes but also 117 families with extra unconditional love, laughter and fun, which as a healer means the world to me. The fur babes from here are all special, many have lived through dreadful things, been abused, thrown in bins, taken from their mums far too early, too much stress, but they have left the hell they knew and as far as they are concerned are now in heaven!
Thank you to all the families who have given our rescues such wonderful homes. Thank you to all those of you fantastic friends who help me with your donations, fund raising and standing orders, without your help I could not help them. Thank you for all the moral and supporting messages you give me. Thank you to Sue Metcalf my special friend from the uk who helps me out so much with the admin and collects up all the donations and sends them over. Thank you to Meg and Peter Getliffe and to Sarah Rochford and her husband for taking all the babes safely to the uk for me. Thank you to Donna and Gareth Edwards for making and doing the admin on our website www.healingpawsdogrescue.com Huge thank you to Laura and friends at Holbrook Animal Rescue for all your help and support and to my new rescue friends Rebecca Leather, Chloe Harrold and Sarah Ceen at Beacon Animal Rescue Centre, so nice to of met you this year and looking forward to getting to know you better in 2016!
The biggest thank you to my wonderful vet Σπυρος Παρασχης who really does go above and beyond the call of duty, always happy to help me whatever the time or day. My biggest support.
Finally, I say with tears pouring down my cheeks, thank you to Oliver Deeth, my hero, I am so proud of you and what you sacrifice for me and the babes, not many sixteen year old boys would do what you do to help me. And of course to Robbie Deeth for her help and support and putting up with my raving and tears!
Love you all! Here is to an even better year and more and more homes for the rescued fur babes!
Cuddled up in Worthing, West Sussex
Having festive fun together in Halifax
Happy familes in Rochester Kent
My very own little Matilda giving Bear a loving cuddle at our home in Hove. Bear is my parents dog and lives in Hoxne, Suffolk. He is a very happy country bumpkin and MUCH bigger now!
Beautiful smiles and a big canine cuddle in Brighton