RT @RSPCA_official: Almost half the cats in our centres are black or black and white, and on average they take a third longer to find their…
We adopted Taz back in November 2011 and it was one of the best things our family had done. Taz was an older dog we never knew exactly how old he was. Taz loved his two walks a day, whether it was on the beach or the field as long as he had a walk he was happy. He loved his bed and his new home and asked for nothing from us just the basics and he gave us lashings of unconditional love.
I have MS and needed company during the day and he certainly gave me that and more. My Husband and Son adored Taz too. We would to take this opportunity to say thank you to H.A.W.T for allowing us to adopt our adorable little old fella.
Taz was taken ill and died in my arms on the 4th July. A great big hole remains in our lives now,but we have lots of precious memories even after one year and seven months. We would adopt again but we will never get another Taz.