Edre Henry

One of Ebbie’s memorable moments was in a car park in Monaghan. Trying to park her battered, dog eaten Austin Mini Metro into a space that was not big enough, she decided that the only way to achieve this desired manoeuvre was to hit the cars to her left, right, rear and front. The two Jack Russell Terriers that were perched on the rear window shelf braced themselves. She parked the car exclaiming, “Sure it was just a kiss.” The two Jack Russell Terriers that were perched on the rear window shelf relaxed. Read more…

Monaghan (Irish: Muineachán) is the county town of County Monaghan, Ireland. Its population at the 2011 census was 7,452 including suburbs and environs. The town is on the N2 road from Dublin to Derry and Letterkenny.

www.independent.co.uk  – Amid the chaos sat Sprite, her gaze baleful at this interruption to her routine. A less aptly-named creature you couldn’t find: she was two solid stone of Jack Russell, shaped like a brick and in full moult, her hairs apparent on every black trouser leg in the room. The mourners would all be taking a piece of her home whether they liked it or not.

“The dog knows, you know,” wailed Mrs P as she rushed the kettle from the Aga to wet the tea. “The dog knows…” Read more

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