By Danielle Walsh – Ark on the Edge (2nd December 2013)
Well, hello again to all my feline and human fans out there; I have much news to tell you – so are you sitting comfortably – right, I’ll begin.
So what’s been happening in the world of Dylan: well, firstly the diet is still ongoing; I am now exercising in water as well to help lose those pounds; at my most recent weigh in – I hadn’t lost any weight although my neck and chest measurements had reduced – so must say something for excising in water (I really don’t mind the water but it MUST be warm!)
I was also in the running for Hills Science plan food “pet of the month” we shall say no more about that as I didn’t win – I mean, really! However, I did gain national notoriety in England at least after being voted “Pet of the week” in the Daily Mirror ahahahah sweet taste of success.
Here is my article below; Personally I think I am much better looking than Bob Geldof!
I also helped a young girl out who organised a coffee morning to raise awareness of Epilepsy in children (I do so like helping out Ark on the Edge after they helped me – but this was a good cause and felt it could use some of my glamour hehehe).
Here I am with one of the organisers – I thoroughly enjoyed myself, there were lots of lots of cuddles…
Since we last spoke, I have been helping my mum/agent socialise rescue cats none stop.
First off, we had Savannagh – ah she was a funny one; you see I was raising money again at Pets at home when mum got a call to say a stray cat had wandered into a local shop and they needed someone to take it immediately – so of course me and mum went rushing off at light speed and we brought little Savannagh home, she found a new home not long after we got her but I do miss her – she was lovely. Then we had Shearer and then Sabrina and I’m sure there were more but you know so many cats to help – so little time.
Mum always says that I am the rescue cats first test because I just tend to wander around; I do enjoy meeting all these different cats though, because some of them feel the same way that I did when I first arrived at the ark, unloved and unwanted – I try not to think about that too much, but if I can make it all a little bit easier for them – then I will.
Our Wesley (my deaf brother) also began his harness training; people keep saying it will be a double act, hmmmm don’t know if im happy with that just yet – I like all the attention lol
WELL GUYS!! I think that’s all for now so all that is left to say is MERRY CHRISTMAS ONE AND ALL from Dylan the Fundraising Rescue cat and all his feline family!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!