Today is the day that Happy will leave China forever. While Wang Yan, at the pet transport company in Beijing, was making sure all the paperwork was ready, her colleague took Happy out for a last walk. He enjoyed the warm Chinese sun on his body for the last time unaware of the new life ahead of him.
After Happy's walk, Wang Yan's colleagues and airline representatives made last minute preparations including making sure the flight crate met IATA (International Air Transport Association)'s requirements for Happy's comfort during the flight to London.
When everything was ready, Happy's crate was fastened and his personal belongings taped to the top of the crate. These included some food for when he is released from the crate in London and his little red and gold Chinese jacket. While Beijing was warm, London is getting colder now so Du hopes that Sandra, Happy's fosterer, will put him in his coat while he adjusts to the outside temperature and throughout winter.
With Happy safe and secure and ready to be loaded on to the plane, the bitter sweet feelings came to us all because we can't explain to Happy what is happening. We know his days will be filled with love and lots of exciting new things when he reaches England and no doubt he will get to meet some of the members of Blind Dog Rescue UK without whom he would have had no chance of being adopted in China so big thanks go to you BDRUK! Thank you for giving Happy a second chance.
Bo Ai Animal Protection Centre Of Guangyuan