This month on KLFM, we set about not only changing people’s lives but pet’s too.
Just like last year, I hope that Pet Rescue can give animals from charity shelters in west Norfolk, Wisbech and Fakenham the forever home that they deserve.
Last year, this feature on KLFM made a difference to so many pets, especially those who had been passed by when members of the public visited the centres.
I’m pleased to say that some dogs and cats that had been homeless for more than a year found a new home. I hope this year will be as good, if not better.
Despite my allergies to most animals, I was only too willing to meet and greet every single animal at the shelters we want to help, so last week – dosed with anti-histamines – I paid a visit to Cats Protection, West Norfolk RSPCA, Wood Green Animal Shelter and the Retired Greyhound Trust to see if KLFM could help.
It’s sad to see, but there are hundreds of perfect pooches, cuddly cats and many more all just wanting someone to love and care for them.
There are a couple I’d like to highlight who are in most need, such as Darcey at the West Norfolk RSPCA in Eau Brink.
She is in the unfortunate position of being their longest resident, having been in the kennels for almost a year.
Darcy is a gorgeous, intelligent, affectionate and lively dog who desperately deserves to be in a home.
Then there’s 10-month-old Ami, a tabby cat who arrived at Cats Protection in Downham Market after being sold on the internet with a bad limp, which turned out to be a broken leg.
Following treatment, she is full of life and needs someone who will give her lots of attention.
I don’t have enough room to tell you about puppies Martha, Mungo and Millie, or any of the other amazing animals in search of a fresh start in life.
Please listen to my show and KLFM over the next month to see if you can help change a pet’s life through Pet Rescue.