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Jip on lifelong foster

Jip is a real tonic to me since my husband died a year and half ago.  Whenever possible she comes with me whatever I am doing.  She’s been sailing and camping and is a regular social visitor.  She has just had a weekend with two Irish Wolf Hounds in Suffolk. Not only does she make a difference to my life but she has become part of a friend’s family helping their son to become dog friendly rather than phobic.  She also spends one day a week with a breast cancer survivor while I am at work.  I am sure this is a 3-way win.  I know that Jip is having a day of pampering, grooming and general dog attention. Jip skips into my friend’s house without a look behind her so I know that she is happy and my friend, who is not well enough to have a dog full time, has a day of looking after a pet.  We are both sure that this is highly beneficial and therapeutic to my friend’s health and wellbeing so a win, win, win situation.”

We are always looking for more people who can care for dogs or cats on short or long-term foster basis. Fosters receive a package of care -  Cinnamon Trust pay all vets bills for the rest of the pet’s life and provide cover for holidays. If you can help please email us suing our contact form.

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Posted on 21 Jun 2012 by Cinnamon
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