How could anyone not fall in love with beautiful Emma?
EMMAA is another of the many unwanted cats to end up in our care after being rejected by their owners. It is hard to imagine how anyone could not fall in love with this beautiful girl, who is so friendly and adores being fussed.
Aged about two to three years old, she is semi-long haired, so will require some grooming but she does not seem to mind this at all.
Emma would make such a lovely family member and is just looking for genuine love and care in return. Can you help Emma find the love she is looking for?
Now and again we need to call on the horse fraternity for help. This is one of those times.
If you can find house room – stable room – for Honey, a sweet and sensitive girl, please give us a call.
We are having another re-homing day.
Always a tremendous success, these popular open days give the public a chance to get up close to some of the animals in our care.
Each re-homing day produces heartwarming stories of successful adoptions, as visitors fall in love with their ‘forever’ pet, from great big dogs to small, furry guinea pigs.
So if you would like to adopt Emma or any of her friends then please keep Saturday, September 13 free in your diary. Full details next week.
Just to whet your appetite for now, we have more than 90 cats and kittens looking for new homes, as well as many cuddly rabbits and loving, friendly dogs.
In the pooch department alone there are two Westies, two Scotties, a Shihtzu puppy, a pair of Lhasa Apsos, a couple of terriers and a Yorkie.
Call 01895 833 417 or visit our website – www. rspcahillingdonclinic.org. uk – to download an application form if you are looking to adopt.
n LITTLE AND LARGE: Emma and Honey (below) are in need of homes