There’s a chance that this nasty syndrome could recur, so we were reluctant to put Bazza back on the street and he became a WECare resident. However, he took matters into his own hands in July 2018 when he decided to move into our former clinic manager Jo’s nearby flat. He claimed her sofa as his bed and became buddies with fellow WECare alumni, Lucy.Barry subsequently fell in love with Jo’s landlord, Dinush who lives up the road (we’re not kidding, he is O-B-S-E-S-S-E-D) and he gained entry to Dinush’s home by jumping over his wall. The family had no choice but to accept Barry as their third son and Barry lives a very charmed life between their house, the local street and Jo’s old flat.Nowadays he usually sleeps at Dinush’s house (he gets curry for dinner there, why would he not?) but sometimes he’ll have a sleepover on the sofa at Jo’s old place. We’re told that Barry has breakfast at Dinush’s, then heads to Dinush’s parents’ house at 10am, before making his way to Jo’s old flat to steal Lucy’s food, usually around midday.This dog gets away with murder (literally, he killed a local villager’s cockerel last year which was awkward for all concerned) because he’s quite possibly the most unique dog we’ve ever encountered. Dinush and his family treat Barry like their third son but we worry about the financial burden on them of feeding him (He eats A LOT). Your donation will go towards giving them money for his food, as well as for all of Barry’s health care.
BARRY, WE LOVE YOU, YOU STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL CREATURE.