Two batch­e­lor boys need a new hang­out

Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE -

CHRIST­MAS is com­ing, and the goose may be get­ting fat but the cat is get­ting fed up! Zion and Spike are two lads who have been at our re­hom­ing cen­tre for a long time and are des­per­ate for new homes.

Zion cer­tainly doesn’t seem to have been the luck­i­est of black cats. Found as a stray, and sus­pected of hav­ing been hit by a car, he was thank­fully found to have no se­ri­ous in­juries.

After more than a month of TLC with us, he would now re­ally love to find a new home.

As Zion has set­tled with us, he has started to show what a friendly, af­fec­tion­ate boy he can be, but he would pre­fer to be in a home with­out other cats. He is aged about five and is a semi-long-haired cat.

Could you turn this lovely boy’s luck around by giv­ing him a happy, loving home and a se­cure fu­ture?

Then we have Spike, who had to be left be­hind 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, aged about two, 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 of­fer one of our male bach­e­lors a loving home, please ring RSPCA Hilling­don branch on 01895 833 417 or visit our web­site, at www.rspc­ahilling­don clinic.org.uk to down­load an ap­pli­ca­tion form.

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