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Zak is in Kent with Kathleen Wratten:-

“Zak’s  description Rottweiler crossed with a Staffordshire Bull Terrier made him sound a bit ferocious.  However, although he has a face only a mother could love, he was a little smaller than we expected and with a lovely temperament. He has settled in really well with a bed in the sitting room and another in the kitchen where he sleeps at night.  Although he’s ten years old he has boundless energy and will play with a ball all day if we let him. My husband was in ITU for many weeks last year after major surgery and is still recovering his strength.  Zak has proved a Godsend because hehas to make the effort to take him out, if only into the garden, and this has made him far more active than he would have been otherwise.  So it’s a win win situation all round.”

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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