“My parents tell me the story of when they adopted me at (age) 2 and they brought me to my grandparents’ apartment in Mumbai,” she told TODAY.Her favorite activity was visiting the local Humane Society, and when she was 8 years old, the family adopted a mixed-breed dog named Bambie.
‘I’m grateful that Tara gives me a reason to see my folks every day, even if I can’t yet give my Dad the welcome home hug he deserves’ (Picture: Heidi Scrimgeour)Heidi adds: ‘We chat from a safe distance when I call at his front gate each day to collect the dog as my parents can’t walk her at the moment.
Kelly, who now works from home most of the time to keep tabs on Hugo, says that not only has he become a master escape artist but he has also eaten £300 cash, chewed several items of clothing, cupboards, skirting boards, pens and homework.
Hugo, five, and Huxley, eight months, snuggle together over morning coffee (Picture: Caters)Their Instagram account @hugoandursula now has 82,000 followers.Hugo reading a paper in the coffee shop (Picture: Caters)‘As my followers grew so did my ideas and I tend to upload ten to 12 photos per week to my account.
All arranged by volunteers, Pilots and Paws help abandoned dogs from shelters where they would have been euthanized and fly them to new loving homes.Maybe they’re going to a home or to a shelter.” There are now up to 4,000 volunteer pilots helping out with this amazing organization.
New figures suggests that dog owners are far more likely to meet new people, be asked on a date, and find love than those without a furry friend.
Whoever did this must be covered in scratches.”Claw marks could help provide a clue to the identity of the culprit who hanged Hugo from the bridge with a piece of blue twine.RSPCA inspector Thomas Hutton is appealing for witnesses after being called out to the incident.Police, along with the Highways Agency and local fire and rescue service, were at the grisly scene to recover Hugo’s body.