This poem was written for and is dedicated to Gail at Jersey Greyhound Rescue
There was a nice lady called Gail,
She had a dog with a long waggy tail,
It was a greyhound
That she had found
And rescued because he was frail.
Soon Gail found other sad hounds,
With very gloomy backgrounds.
She gave them a home,
And never did moan,
When her house was a doggy playground.
There were large dogs filling every part
Of Gail’s home right from the start.
They rested their heads
On all of the beds
And the only space left was Gail’s heart.
For Gail wanted to help even more;
But there was no room left on her floor
She needed some space
To give dogs a base
Or she would be pushed out the door!
So she set up the Greyhound Rescue,
A charity people could give to.
If you want to help Gail,
Re-home each waggy tail,
Please donate and the dogs will bark thank you!
If you would like to donate please click HERE to visit their website.