Nothing like a new home


“First we were stuffed in the back of a van for hours and hours – we couldn’t even see out of the window. Then we had to sleep in a greenhouse – ok, windows to look out of but absolutely no privacy.  We then moved indoors, which was better, but still stuck in our cage – we really began to doubt all those promises of a better life.  Then our cage was moved to a shed shared with toilet rolls and boxes of soap – as if we were some kind of commodity to be shelved in storage. But things looked up a bit today:


A bit improvised, still sharing a shed with household stores, but we do like the cardboard insulation and we have a new tube that can go round corners.”

Yours squeakily

Anna, May and Flo



Snowdrop arrived – Snow drop coming