Wednesday, 17 December 2014


I got picked to go up to Dublin with two members of Staff from the ISPCA to show some of our 'golden oldies' that are up for adoption along with the Dogs Trust and Ash Animal Rescue Center. I was not expecting this at all as I've only be a volunteer there for four months but I was so pleased to be picked and what an experience. The drive up was surprisingly quick but manly because we were having such a laugh (I went to turn up the song, she went to turn it off, etc). When we got there it was a nervous hour's wait until our slot so we decided to wait outside in the freezing cold instead of the awkward silence that was going on inside, along with the fact that there was models everywhere and we were here in mucky dog drool covered clothes and have very low self esteem. Finally our time arrived and it was over in about 2 minutes but it was such an amazing experience and I will never forget it.  And being honored to be picked out of all the staff that work there really means a lot.

I don't think I ever want to see 4am again.. It's still dark outside, that means its bedtime.

 Sorry for the poor quality on set pictures but I took these really sneakily on my phone because there was like a gazillion people around and I'm pretty sure I wasn't meant to have my phone anyway.

                                 There's me on the tellybox.. (left)

And again with of course the dog facing the wrong way.  Thanks Fluffy for that.

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