As Valentine’s Day approaches,we are appealing for a home for its ‘cutest couple’, who have collectively spent 35 months in their care.
Collie crossbreeds, two-year-old Finn and one-year-old Willow, affectionately called ‘Fillow‘ by staff, arrived at the charity separately but quickly became the best of friends.
Both dogs have had difficult starts in life. At just two weeks old, Willow and her siblings were abandoned in a bucket, but thankfully a kind passer-by took them to Dogs Trust where they were hand reared by staff.
Willow can be quite worried by noises and unfamiliar people, but Finn helps give her the confidence she needs to be a happy and trusting lady. Similarly for Finn, he is a sensitive soul who finds comfort with his ‘girlfriend’ Willow. Their unbreakable bond helps them both overcome their fears.
Despite the charity’s best efforts to get the adorable duo noticed on social media with their adorable antics, the pair remain overlooked.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Whitefriar Street Church, Dublin
Heather Andrews and Josh Warde, from Mullingar after an engagement blessing at the Shrine of Saint Valentine by Bishop Michael Router, Auxiliary Bishop of Armagh. The couple will be married in July 2023,
I ventured into Dublin to find out if people were single or taken for this coming Valentine’s Day, whether they are happy or sad about it, and if they have any wacky exes in their past that they’re glad to have put behind them.
For Valentines Day, the Book Resort will deliver a luxury box, beautifully presented and filled with a brilliant new book, delicious “Love” chocolate, a vial of “Love” bath salts, & a handwritten card with roses on the front.
To finish it off, the box will be scattered with rose petals.
The cost is EUR30 and there is free delivery in Ireland – but hurry!. All suppliers are Irish.