What this girl lacks in eyebrows she definitely makes up for in personality.
This little poppet is Caitlin and she has a very important name. Caitlin arrived with her whole family, her family are ....the kind of people you wouldn't want to share a buffet with, very loud and will take the last Yorkshire pudding despite already having 12 on their plate. Caitlin has their confidence but also manners and a need to make new friends. She is definitely the Lisa Simpson of the family, but without the saxophone skills, it's hard to play the saxophone with paws.
Caitlin is named after little girl from England, who helped run a bake sale at Kings Mill Hospital. She sold cakes and baked wonders to all the staff, in order to raise some cash for the pups of The Pound. They raised an incredible amount and also sold a fair few wristbands. On behalf of all the dogs a massive massive thank you to Caitlin, Rachel Ridley, Little Julie (who is a legend and also has a namesake at The Pound) and every other person who brought, baked and ate cake, thank you for all your kindness, hardwork and even more kindness. ▪️▪️▪️▪️
The money raised is going to buy more salas and tables, giving pups like little Caitlin, a place to sleep, shelter from rain and sun and hold bimonthly bridge games. Dogs can't play saxophone but they can play bridge. Caitlin is just one of nearly a thousand dogs so every penny raised will not just help one dog, but hundreds. ▪️▪️▪️▪️
If you would like a reason to bake and eat cake, not that there should be a reason to eat cake. Then please consider holding a bake sale to raise some cash for the Phuket Pound pups. If you would like wristbands and badges to sell alongside cakes, (wristbands sadly aren't edible) then please get in touch, the dog with the best handwriting will pop to the post office and send a load over. ▪️▪️▪️▪️
Thank you everyone who has supported The Pound. If the dogs could thank you they definitely would. ▪️▪️▪️▪️
If you would like to visit Caitlin, volunteers and visitors are welcome 7 days a week.... the dogs don't eat cake but the staff and long term volunteers definitely do. - 2 minutes ago