Cats can’t help being made homeless
POPPY is a grey and white cat of about a year old. Poor Poppy found herself homeless when she and her owner were evicted.
As you can see, she is a very pretty little cat and she loves to be groomed and receive lots of fuss.
She can be a little timid at first, but once she gets to know you she has so much affection to share.
Poppy definitely does not like dogs and would prefer to be the only cat in the household, but she loves older children and always enjoys a game with one of her toys.
Is there a special place for Poppy in your life? If so, please get in touch.
Lovely Jaz JAZ is also a grey girl with lovely long hair.
We don’t know how Jaz originally came to be a stray – before choosing herself a new home some time ago – but once again she has nowhere to go as her owners are moving abroad.
Aged about seven years old, Jaz is such a ‘people’ cat, constantly craving attention and wanting to be in human company.
Although she loves a fuss, she’s not that keen on being groomed, so being a long haired cat, some patience will be needed to groom little and often to convince her it isn’t such a bad thing, and help keep her coat in good condition.
Can you offer Jaz all the love and attention she wants and a home that really will be for forever this time?
If you think you can offer Poppy or Jaz, a loving home then please ring RSPCA Hillingdon Branch on 01895 833 417 or visit our website www. rspcahillingdonclinic.org. uk to download an application form.
Place to hide MANY animals find firework season scary.
It is estimated that 45 per cent of dogs in the UK show signs of fear when they hear fireworks.
And Halloween is not without its problems either.
If trick or treating is popular in your area, please don’t leave your dog outside.
Dogs could possibly be teased or frightened by strangers in costumes and masks or fed improper foods – there is a lot of chocolate around, which is poisonous to dogs.
The best place for your dog is in their space inside your home.
The constant knocking on the door and ringing the doorbell could also make your pet anxious, so The latest from the Middlesex North-West branch of the
RSPCA it’s a good idea to give pets constant access to a quiet places where they can hide and rest undisturbed. This doesn’t just apply to dogs, but all pets.
Many animals run away and hide when frightened, so please make sure that you get your pet is micro chipped to ensure that they return safely to you if it gets lost.
If you would like your pet to be chipped then please call the RSPCA Clinic on 01895 270 926.
Dog bath appeal STAFF at the RSPCA Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston District branch want to thank everyone who has donated towards the dog bath appeal made in the Gazette a few weeks back.
We are almost there but we are still in need of a bit more to reach our target of £1,200.
If you are able to help us and donate then please get in contact with us on the phone number above. Thank you. Dogs could possibly be teased or frightened by
strangers in costumes and masks or fed improper foods –
there is a lot of chocolate around, poisonous to dogs”
n NEED NEW DIGS: (Above) Poppy’s owner got evicted; (below) not clear on how Jaz became a stray