Tennis balls poison

Apparently on the east coast of England 

There has been a few tennis balls left on beaches and parks.

Obviously dogs love tennis balls and head for them

These ball have poison in them and a few dogs have suffered poisoning. 

It may be in your area so please be careful 

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I feel so bad

I have spoken before how my furball was abused very seriously that it left him blind and has brain damage 

The evil 1 went to jail and the  rescue team wanted to put him down as an act of mercy.

I saw this tiny ball of fluff with his nose kicked into his skull. I cried for hours begging the vet to let him live

I was told he probably wouldn’t make it. But he did thankfully. 

The vet bills were crazy I had to get loan after loan.

But he is so worth it.

He has self taught himself with my blood sugars. How no one can explain it.

Growing up its been a very slow process. He has a older brother not blood line who lives with him

He is so loyal and could be walked off his lead . But this can not happen as he fears men

The reason I feel so bad is I tickled his tummy as I thought he was awake

Now poor boy has gone behind the sofa so we are having a set back

He is coming out for treats though .

He has been a full on furball from day1

But from a dog who would not step outside to one who does long wars with his special gear on saying do not pet. Nervous dog .he really is awesome. 

I jus feel so bad that I touched him during his sleep.

It’s 4am uk time so I best sleep and not over fuss.

Hopefully I wI’ll wake up with his cute face resting on my  bed

Cold day

I think it’s time for the fur balls to wear there coats now

The east coast has very high winds today

The cliff edge is eroding real bad.

There was a road here 6 years ago from bridlington to Withernsea it has all gone.

The dog walks are getting more in land now a days

I can’t get on beach due to my wheelchair that makes me really sad.