Easy-go­ing and crav­ing a bit of fuss­ing

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

BEAU­TI­FUL Princess, with her dis­tinc­tive dif­fer­ing eye colours, is a shy lit­tle girl who sadly ended up in our care when her owner moved and couldn’t take Princess with them.

She would love a new home where she is the only pet and can en­joy a peace­ful life with lots of fuss and kind­ness.

Princess likes to be with peo­ple, doesn’t mind be­ing brushed and is an easy-go­ing cat who will make a lovely com­pan­ion. Can you of­fer Princess her fairy­tale, hap­pily-ever-after home?

Spike had to be left be­hind, too, when his owner moved abroad and so misses all the fuss and stroking he en­joys so much.

He is a very re­laxed and so­cia­ble boy, who just wants to find a ‘for­ever home’ where he’ll be loved – and cer­tainly would have no ob­jec­tion to be­ing spoiled rot­ten!

Spike would prob­a­bly pre­fer to be the sole cen­tre of at­ten­tion, never hav­ing lived with other an­i­mals.

Can you give Spike the sec­ond chance of hap­pi­ness he so de­serves?

If you think you can spoil ei­ther Princess or Spike and of­fer them a loving home, then please ring RSPCA Hilling­don b ranch on 01895 833 417 or visit our web­site, at www. rspc­ahilling­don­clinic.org.uk to down­load an ap­pli­ca­tion form.

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