Pennod 3 Llys Nini


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Yn y rhaglen hon cawn gyfarfod y gwirfoddolwyr a chael hwyl yn y siop elusen. Today at the Llys Nini animal centre we meet the volunteers and have fun in the charity shop.


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-Hello, Boomer and I

-would like to welcome you...

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-..to the RSPCA Llys Nini Animal

-Centre at Penllergaer near Swansea.

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-This series looks at the work

-of the centre and the RSPCA itself.

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-We meet the animals and the team

-that works hard to care for them...

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-..as well as those people

-who have adopted the animals...

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-..and raised money

-to ensure this centre remains open.

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-Let's hear more about it.

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-The RSPCA Llys Nini Animal Centre is

-situated near Junction 47 of the M4.

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-Gorseinon and the Gower

-are to the south.

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-Swansea is to the east

-and the Lliw Valley is to the west.

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-The heart of the centre is an

-old farmhouse from the Middle Ages.

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-It stands on 80 acres of land...

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-..and is the temporary home

-of many orphan animals.

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-The centre develops

-various habitats...

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-..to encourage wildlife

-across the site.

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-It's all in aid of the animals.

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-Llys Nini is an independent charity

-but is affiliated with the RSPCA.

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-This is one

-of 14 branches in Wales...

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-..of The Royal Society for the

-Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

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-The RSPCA inspectors

-of the South-West Wales region...

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-..are located at Llys Nini.

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-They save animals that have been

-abandoned, neglected or mistreated.

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-Many of them come

-to the Llys Nini Centre.

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-Here's a taster

-of what we've got for you today.

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-Steff meets some ferrets.

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-There's Trojan,

-a special dog from Holywell.

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-I visit the charity shop

-in Llanelli.

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-My husband likes shirts

-from Marks & Sparks!

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-And we hear how a dog

-changed its owner's life.

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-Every year, the Llys Nini trustees

-need to raise a lot of money...

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-..to keep the centre open.

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-They work very hard

-and think of unusual events.

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-They are very inventive!

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-Aren't they?

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-As a charity...

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-..we have to raise

-over 1.2 million a year...

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-..which is a massive amount.

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-We raise this amount

-thanks to donations...

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-..via our charity shops...

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-..and by hosting local events.

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-Our charity shops

-are very important.

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-We collect various items

-from the local community...

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-..and sell them in that vicinity.

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-This helps us and the community.

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-The items that do not sell

-are recycled.

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-The towels and bed clothes...

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-..are used by the animals

-at Llys Nini.

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-We've received a lot of grants

-from the National Lottery...

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-..the European Union

-and Natural Resources Wales.

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-Working with Wales Gas

-on our solar park...

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-..has been wonderful for us.

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-We lease out the land...

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-..and earn an annual income

-for the welfare of the animals.

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-Encouraging people to visit the site

-creates more of an income.

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-It raises awareness

-about the environment.

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-People can also meet the animals

-and hopefully offer them a new home.

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-Some animals

-have got to stay together.

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-Henry and Holly are two cats

-from a home that had a lot of cats.

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-The owner couldn't cope

-with them all.

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-A number of problems

-can occur in a house like that.

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-The cats could feel neglected.

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-There's more competition

-so they might not get enough food.

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-If a cat falls ill, they all suffer

-because they are in one place.

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-A lot of cats came to Llys Nini

-from the one house.

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-The others have been rehomed

-and these are the last two.

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-The centre feels that these cats

-should stay together...

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-..so want to find an owner

-who is willing to take them both.

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-With the support

-of people like you...

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-..they will find a suitable owner.

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-# I'm still holding on

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-# And think back

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-# But I've missed my chance #

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-We've already heard that one way

-that the charity raises money...

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-..is via its nine charity shops...

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-..in Glamorgan and Carmarthenshire.

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-I've come to Llanelli to have

-a nose around and spend some money!

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-This shop is full of hidden gems

-and bargains.

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-Everything looks brand-new thanks to

-the dedicated and enthusiastic team.

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-We have a lovely shop.

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-We have a lovely shop.

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-Yes, you do.

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-It's very busy here.

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-We don't throw a lot of things away.

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-We recycle clothes,

-shoes and bags that don't sell.

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-The shop is full to bursting.

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-Do people bring you items every day?

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-Do people bring you items every day?

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-Yes, they do.

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-It can be difficult to move

-in the back room.

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-How long have you been working here?

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-How long have you been working here?

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-Since the place opened.

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-Is that when you both started?

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-Is that when you both started?

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-Yes.

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-It's great to work here.

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-I look forward to coming here

-every Thursday.

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-Linda comes in to boss us around.

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-Linda comes in to boss us around.

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-Oh, don't say such things.

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-You're the boss.

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-You're the boss.

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-No!

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-So who is the boss?

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-So who is the boss?

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-She's the manager!

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-We've finally found out who's boss,

-but I'm not so sure...

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-..so let's meet the smart

-and colourful customers.

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-How often do you come here?

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-How often do you come here?

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-Four times a week.

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-Four times?

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-Four times?

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-Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday.

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-What happens on Wednesday?

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-What happens on Wednesday?

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-It's my day off.

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-On one visit, I was very lucky

-to find a Game Of Thrones t-shirt.

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-You obviously love animals.

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-What's the name of this lovely dog?

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-What's the name of this lovely dog?

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-Her name's Cariad.

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-I've been to three weddings...

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-..and bought a dress

-from one place...

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-..and the hat, bag and shoes

-in other places.

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-You can do it all cheaply.

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-Have you seen anything you like?

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-Have you seen anything you like?

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-No, nothing as yet.

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-These are my size but don't show it!

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-There's a box

-where everything is 10p.

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-We don't talk about that!

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-Have you had any bargains

-in the shop?

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-Yes, and I bring things back too.

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-After reading a book, I bring it

-back and someone else can buy it.

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-Ignore the department stores because

-you can get real bargains here...

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-..just like this.

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-Is it from here?

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-Is it from here?

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-Yes.

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-It was 4.99.

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-No way.

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-No way.

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-Yes, that's true.

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-We came in here once.

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-We're fans of Nirvana

-and Kurt Cobain.

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-I got a poster

-of Kurt Cobain from here.

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-My husband likes shirts

-from Marks & Sparks!

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-Oh, very posh.

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-They have plenty here for 2.99.

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-Everyone will know that my outfits

-for weddings are second-hand!

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-No, your secret is safe with us.

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-We won't say a word.

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-This is the story of Trojan,

-a dog from Holywell.

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-This Alsatian

-was discovered by an inspector...

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-..in a back garden

-in Holywell in Flintshire.

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-He was nervous, dirty

-and his coat was matted.

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-Trojan was two years old...

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-..but only weighed 12.3kg...

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-..a third lighter than

-an average dog of his size and age.

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-The vet who treated him...

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-..stated that he didn't have

-any muscle formation...

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-..and his thick coat

-was hiding his sorry state.

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-His owner received a fine of 240

-and forced to pay costs of 500...

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-..and was banned from keeping

-animals for a period of four years.

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-Trojan has been given

-the new name of Monty...

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-..and has been rehomed on a farm.

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-He follows his new owner, Ian,

-wherever he goes.

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-Ian says that he's a happy dog

-and he's lucky to have him.

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-Llys Nini doesn't just house

-cats and dogs.

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-They have unusual furry animals

-and I'm not talking about myself!

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-They've got ferrets.

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-They might not be

-your first choice as a pet...

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-..but I'm told that they are

-interesting and exciting creatures.

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-What are the advantages

-of keeping ferrets as pets?

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-They are social so get more than one

-and they can play together.

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-If you train them properly,

-they will give you lovely cuddles.

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-They should not be kept in a cage

-as they need a lot of room.

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-They sleep a lot in the day but

-need lots of exercise when awake.

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-You can actually take them

-for a walk.

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-Let's walk a ferret!

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-Whilst Rebecca and Steffan

-walk the ferrets...

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-..Linda and I

-are ferreting through the shop!

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-We know you get shoes and clothes

-but what sort of things are donated?

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-Have you had anything unusual?

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-Have you had anything unusual?

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-We get the normal and the unusual.

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-I remember one occasion

-when we were given a machete.

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-It was a big machete

-and it was awful.

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-We had to call the police

-and they collected it.

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-We've also had teeth.

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-What do you mean?

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-Who's teeth were they?

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-I don't know

-but we had someone's teeth!

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-Were they false teeth?

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-Were they false teeth?

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-Yes, false teeth.

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-They were quite clean.

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-We've also had

-a policeman's uniform.

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-It looked real and was genuine.

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-We had to tell the police

-about that too.

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-We also have a lot of fun with

-the lads for their stag parties.

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-They need help

-to find suitable clothes and shoes.

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-You've got some lovely items

-including this dress.

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-This looks very expensive.

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-This looks very expensive.

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-Yes, it does look expensive.

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-This would be ideal for someone.

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-This would be ideal for someone.

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-Yes, it would.

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-It would be quite cheap here.

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-Yes, we'd probably charge 4.99.

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-That's what I call a bargain.

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-It's a shame it doesn't fit me.

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-It's a shame it doesn't fit me.

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-Yes, it would be alright!

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-# I never said the words

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-# I never hid on your shoulders

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-# I just shook your hand

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-# And put my words in your hand

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-# And looked into your eyes #

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-That was a lot of fun.

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-I've met some real characters

-and bought some great things.

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-After the break,

-we enjoy a Mutt Strutt in Bryngarw.

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-It's a fun way to walk the dog.

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-We learn about

-the Llys Nini solar park.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-How does this work?

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-Welcome back.

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-Mabli and I are looking very cool

-in our bandanas.

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-These aren't for everyone.

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-They are only for those

-who have raised money at an event.

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-One such event is the popular

-Llys Nini dog walk.

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-The owners and their dogs enjoy...

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-..the Mutt Strutt!

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-Welcome to Bryngarw Country Park

-which is just off the M4.

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-It's a popular place

-for walking dogs.

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-A number of charities

-use our park...

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-..but this is

-Llys Nini's first visit.

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-It's great to see them

-and their dogs.

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-They have an important message.

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-We're just here

-to take Max for a walk.

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-He's only 18 weeks old.

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-Peanut is one of the oldest dogs

-still alive...

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-..that has been adopted

-from Llys Nini.

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-When he was first at Llys Nini,

-they thought he was deaf and blind.

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-They actually found cataracts

-in his eyes.

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-They could have

-the cataracts removed...

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-..and he's actually got

-contact lenses fixed in his eye.

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-This is my mother and Kite

-who is a Breton dog.

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-He's very similar

-to a Welsh Springer Spaniel.

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-He's a lovely dog.

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-I'm here today to walk

-with these dogs from Llys Nini.

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-It's a great opportunity

-for me to meet other dog owners...

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-..and for him to walk

-with different dogs.

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-He doesn't like some dogs

-but he's been a good boy today.

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-The dogs and owners

-get to enjoy some fresh air...

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-..and raise awareness of the centre.

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-Sit down.

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-Hip, hip...

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-Hip, hip...

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-Hooray!

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-That certainly looked like fun!

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-Let's remind ourselves...

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-..why it's so important to raise

-money for centres like Llys Nini.

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-The society often receives

-phone calls from the public...

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-..about animals that are in danger.

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-We're very grateful

-for all those calls.

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-The story of Sergeant the Lurcher

-is truly heart-wrenching.

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-A member of the public

-found him lying helpless...

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-..on the side of the road

-in Caerphilly.

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-A lady was riding her horse...

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-..and spotted him being beaten

-by two men who then ran away.

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-He was in a horrific condition.

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-When he was examined by the vet...

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-..they discovered a pellet

-from an air rifle in his head.

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-After a long recovery

-at the Newport Animal Centre...

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-..he was rehomed with Helen after

-she read his story on Facebook.

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-He's now a healthy and happy dog and

-an important part of Helen's life.

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-We failed to find the men

-who were so cruel to him.

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-Call the RSPCA or the police if

-you see an animal being mistreated.

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-We saved Sergeant's life

-thanks to a member of the public.

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-Yes, that's another happy ending.

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-Every year, Llys Nini

-needs to raise over 1 million.

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-Most of that is raised through the

-shops and fund-raising activities...

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-..but the charity also uses its land

-for extra income...

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-..to reduce its bills

-whilst also helping the environment.

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-The solar park...

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-..is Llys Nini's most noticeable

-environmental development.

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-It's part of a scheme

-between Llys Nini and Wales Gas.

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-There's a history of coal mining

-at Llys Nini.

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-The solar panels stand on the site

-that was once an opencast mine.

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-It had no agricultural use.

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-These panels produce 0.9MW...

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-..which is enough

-to power 1,000 homes.

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-A solar park of this kind...

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-..on an old coal mine

-is both positive and symbolic.

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-The panels are also great

-for the local wildlife.

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-They create an excellent environment

-for the wildlife...

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-..such as birds and rabbits.

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-We grow willow trees

-in front of the panels...

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-..and are creating a willow maze

-for the children.

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-It's also important to use a

-natural fertilizer in our orchard.

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-It's chemical-free

-so is good for the wildlife.

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-This is one of the most

-important rooms at Llys Nini.

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-It's very busy here.

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-It's very busy here.

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-Yes, it is.

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-It's important to have clean towels

-and blankets all day and every day.

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-These machines are working

-from 6.30am to 8.00pm.

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-There's a lot of blankets

-so let's get cracking.

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-Right, OK.

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-Clive is a hard taskmaster!

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-A lot of these things

-have been donated to the centre.

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-Yes, people bring us blankets

-and towels every day.

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-We're grateful for that because we

-need a lot and go through a lot too!

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-I imagine it isn't very pleasant

-as you don't know what you'll find.

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-I've no idea what's in here.

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-We've filled the washing machine...

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-..so let's move to the dryer.

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-Put them all in.

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-Put them all in.

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-It's big enough to take me too.

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-That's it.

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-Where's Dot Cotton

-when you need her?

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-She's walking the dog.

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-This is Enzo and he's a Schnauzer

-which is a very popular breed.

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-Some breeds are easier to rehome

-but Enzo's story is quite tragic.

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-Enzo was twelve when he was brought

-to the centre with his brother.

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-His brother was very ill

-and died soon after he arrived.

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-Enzo and his brother

-were brought here...

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-..because their owner was fed up

-of caring for the dogs...

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-..and feeding them all the time.

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-The owner brought Enzo

-and his brother here.

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-It's difficult to rehome older dogs.

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-The lesson here is that a dog

-is lifetime commitment.

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-The good news is that Enzo

-has found himself a new home.

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-# I'm still holding on

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-# And think back

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-# But I've missed my chance #

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-Adopting an animal can be wonderful

-for both individuals and families.

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-This is Mitzy and Deborah's story.

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-There was always dogs in

-the household when I was growing up.

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-My personal favourite...

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-..was a dog that my father

-had found on the side of a road.

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-That feeling

-of saving a dog's life...

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-..was very important to us.

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-We went to Llys Nini and

-looked at a series of photographs.

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-My husband fell in love

-with the photograph of Mitzy.

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-They told us that she was

-on a Mutt Strutt in the Mumbles.

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-We went straight there

-and met her...

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-..and knew instantly

-that she was the one for us.

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-My brother had greyhounds

-and other dogs in the past.

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-Mitzy is a cross between

-a whippet and a terrier.

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-A lot of people think that

-these are difficult dogs...

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-..but that is not the case.

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-They are loving dogs...

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-..that fit in easily to family life.

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-It isn't a lot of effort

-to look after them...

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-..but they enjoy a good run

-every now and then.

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-Unfortunately, I've suffered

-with depression over the years.

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-I recently struggled

-to get out of bed in the morning.

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-But I've got to get up

-to look after my animals.

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-Mitzy isn't willing

-for me to stay in bed.

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-She wants her breakfast at 8.00am

-and her supper at 5.00pm...

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-..so she forces me

-to do those things.

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-She's incredibly clever...

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-..and has trained me

-to look after her.

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-She's always there

-and doesn't judge me.

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-She doesn't mind

-if I'm happy or sad...

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-..because she's there for me

-as a friend...

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-..for 24 hours a day!

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-That's all for another week.

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-Thanks for watching and there's more

-details on our social media pages.

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-It's possible that the animals from

-today's programme have been rehomed.

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-The truth is that many other animals

-need a new home...

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-..so visit your local animal centre.

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-What's happening next week?

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-We visit the centre's

-new veterinary surgery.

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-There's the summer show.

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-And more animals!

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-Until next time from Llys Nini...

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-Until next time from Llys Nini...

-

-..the home for animals...

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-Goodbye!

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Yn y rhaglen hon cawn gyfarfod y gwirfoddolwyr a chael hwyl yn y siop elusen. Today at the Llys Nini animal centre we meet the volunteers and have fun in the charity shop.


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