|Mack has settled right in with his new family|
Mack was taken for a trial a few days ago but it took a very short time for him to prove he's the kindest and most gentle of characters, and he's already got his paws firmly under the table and in his new family's heart. Good boy Mack.
|It was Pauline's big day after a long wait|
Pauline was a Lamma puppy seven years ago before moving to Tai Po, and she was always a shy girl but today she was chosen to be Bertie-now-Bodhi's sister. I know there are a lot of very happy volunteers who have known and loved Pauline for a very long time.
There are still other dogs from Tai Po on trial adoptions, and finally our dear old labrador Hugo went to a foster home. He has waited a long time for this day, and I hope he took a lot of tennis balls away with him.
|Beanie is on the left with her new sister on the right|
|Can anyone offer this senior blind schnauzer a home?|
The puppy afternoon at Heal in Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, was busy and a lot of fun but there were no actual adoptions, something we'd anticipated for a first time event. We'll be back on 10th March for another puppy session, this time without the party and hopefully more of a serious adoption affair. Of course all of the puppies plus many who didn't attend today will be at Whiskers N Paws on Sunday, 2pm to 5pm.
|Volunteers and puppies at Heal|
The weather was very kind for outdoor activities and the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park was full for the first Yoga For All session this year. Thanks to Pure Yoga for choosing HKDR to be the beneficiary of the donations, and to all who turned up to this fun event.
Sunday's event should also be fun, and registration starts at 2.30pm for a 3pm start. Please note that although called a "Dog Walk" by the organisers, this is more of a parade than any strenuous exercise.
|There was a great turnout for the Yoga for All class today|