A very striking large red brown dog with red brown nose and eyes.
There are more red Collies around today mostly descended from ‘Wylie’
Midsummer and tomorrow three years since we lost our Fluf. Never thought about it at the time but we lost him on Midsummer’s Eve.
Sadly a kitten has also lost his life to a dog, opposite us this weekend and family and children especially are devastated. In both cases, the dogs came into our gardens and took them. Same dog that killed our Fluf, also killed a pet chicken and bit the ear off a goat. The owner of the dog told us, they thought he was a rabbit, but Fluf was black and sitting in the garden in the sun by our front door.
Love both dogs and cats and all we ask is, if you cant control your dog, please keep them on a lead in the country when you are near houses and animals in fields. We are asking for signs near us asking for dogs to be kept on a lead until past our homes.
More than this, Fluf love always.
Just home from summer fair which was interesting because of the dogs all shapes and sizes walking around on the village green waiting for last event of the day – and impressive collection of vintage cars and just cross section of people walking past my little stall. Not forgetting, a pretty good Elvis impersonator – “uh huh huh” – not sure how he was dressed, too far away to see but the sound wasn’t bad and last thing i was expecting. But..
little down, as the wind was so strong – most of afternoon chasing my things blowing away in the wind and hoping my Gazebo didnt follow and sad because forgot my camera. But it didnt rain.
The best bit, apart from packing away my gazebo – at the very end, little old chap appeared with a placard, which guessing, he had gone home to make – encouraging everyone – to vote ‘No’ to Europe. Althou this isn’t how i feel – am impressed. Its good to know, we live in a country, where we can express how we feel without consequences.