Please read this: http://poitoucharentes.angloinfo.com/forum/viewtopic/118631/0/left-over-cat-contraceptive-pills/ If you read through, you'll see that I started the ball rolling for donations. If this is something you'd like to help with, pm me and I'll forward 'weebs' name and address. Even 2 euros will help. I know there are loads of charities out there who need help too, a couple of which I already donate to, but there's no way weebs' friends will be able to get this situation under control on their own and once all the cats are sterilised it's done and dusted so no more ongoing donations will be necessary. Please, no negative comments. If this is something that you disagree with, please don't clog up the thread by posting to say so.
Hello, I have a small female papillon, she is very playful and friendly, and it is such a pity but I dont know anybody in Lyon who have dogs, and I think she misses company of another 4 legged mate. She is a small dog, I guess for her it would not be safe to play with another dog more than 4-5 kg.We will be travelling during New Year and I am already starting looking for someone to keep her for 4 days and I d prefer a company of another dog. On my side I d be very happy to receive this dog in our house (with big closed garden) - I dont work and most of the time at home.As I already mentioned, she is very friendly, gets on great with other dogs, people and children.Also, will be happy to hear from those who just want to get together to walk the dogs, or any already formed dogwalking group.Please e-mail directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm writing an article at the moment on what prompts horsey folk to move to France and am keen to hear why you chose to move to France in particular, or why you are dreaming about moving to France. I suspect people with horses might have a different take on things than those that buy a more traditional home over here.