Two batchelor boys need a new hangout
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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