dcox_and_dolly Thank you for all the great feedback on our 'return'!

In this issue: we profile a home pet care service, list upcoming events and fundraisers - and put the spotlight on an animal welfare group.

Plus, we find out the joys of 'oldie' pets in our lives, take a look at a link to a cats indoors website and get expert advice on dogs and children together.

Two readers tell us about Percy the woodpigeon and Donut the kitten.

Cheers,
denise and Dolly
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IrishAnimals.ie Newsletter                                                       June 2009
News & Events

Fundraisers and events coming up
fundraisersmallA look at events and fundraisers happening around the country. (Let me know of any coming up by replying to this email).

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Services: Pet care holiday services
dogblesslogo copy A relatively new but fast growing service to animal lovers is that of at-home care - I feature a selection on my website. I decided to put the spotlight on Dog Bless to find out how Dee got involved.
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Special Appeals

Share your life with an oldie

missdaisyjunePictured left is my darling Miss Daisy. She was a (very) senior dog when I adopted her, and was an important and wonderful part of my life for almost four years. The 'oldies' actually make some of the most wonderful additions to the family, and really would be the right choice for someone who mistakenly thinks they should only take on a puppy.

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Our Features

Tell us about your group: Animal Care Society
2694026389209639 copyEach issue I'm going to hand over the reins to an animal rescue group in Ireland to let them tell you their story.  Today I put the Cork Animal Care Society in the spotlight.

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Happy together: Children and dogs
KIDSsaffieandmellissaReaders of this newsletter most likely have wonderful memories of growing up with pets in the family. Sometimes parents have questions to ensure they're making introductions correctly - and start off on the right foot. Tara Choules of Dog Training Ireland takes a look at how to bring children and dogs together to create a harmonious happy household.
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Random acts of kindness
gentleTwo readers sent in stories that are sure to touch your heart by their acts of kindness towards animals in need. One is about Percy the baby woodpigeon and the other is the story of Donut, the newly born kitten found in an unusual place. (Do have your own rescue stories? Let me know by replying to this email.)