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ELIKE noth­ing bet­ter see­ing an an­i­mal go to a good home. Prefer­ably the quicker the bet­ter.

While we, of course, love all the crea­tures for the time they are with us, and give them the best care and treat­ment we can, it all costs money and they are far bet­ter in a loving home for the rest of their days than stuck mark­ing time with us.

All our an­i­mals are spe­cial and hap­pily the majority, after re­ceiv­ing vet­eri­nary care, neu­ter­ing, flea treat­ment, mi­crochip­ping, lots of love and any re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion time they may need, go on to be adopted and start a new life in their care­fully cho­sen ‘for­ever’ homes. How­ever, some ex­tra spe­cial cases need that bit more.

Surgery is costly but vi­tal to give them any chance of a fu­ture and fund­ing of on­go­ing treat­ment for unin­sur­able chronic health con­di­tions is a big drain on our bank ac­count.

And spe­cial­ist foster homes and our com­mit­ment to care for life, be­cause of se­ri­ous emo­tional, phys­i­cal or med­i­cal prob­lems, re­quires a lot of re­sources.

Thanks to your support, ev­ery year our self-funded branch helps more than 10,000 lo­cal an­i­mals in need, in­clud­ing many who sadly find them­selves home­less through no fault of their own.

The RSPCA Hilling­don, Slough, Wind­sor, Kingston and dis­trict branch has just launched the 2014 Christ­mas Ap­peal, to help an­i­mals in our care with

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