Time for Aggie to put her paws up
OUR cattery is full of furry felines, all looking for love. This week we’re featuring two very special girls who are looking for their forever home.
Aggie is a lovely girl who came into our care after her beloved owner died, leaving her all alone in the world. When we picked her up we had o information about er whatsoever, so her ge is a bit of a uesstimate; we think he’s approximately 2-13 years old. She has een given a full MOT, ncluding blood tests to make sure everything is n good working order, dental to tidy up her eth and a day at the hairdressers getting all those pesky knots out of her coat. Now she looks like a million dollars and is fit and ready to find a loving new retirement home where she can put her paws up and live in the lap of luxury for however many years remain.
Aggie is an adorable cat, she is very sweet natured and loving, though she can be a little timid especially around people she hasn’t met before. Despite her age Aggie would love a garden to mooch about in once she gets settled in a new place, and she would probably prefer to be the only cat in the household, so she can have all your love to herself.
Sheba, is a beautiful cat with vivid green eyes. She was rescued by an RSPCA inspector when her owner left her to fend for herself. Despite this Sheba remains the most loving, affectionate cat.
She loves people and attention making her the perfect choice for those looking for a new family pet.
Sheba has been neutered and has always lived as a single cat as far as we know, so we have no idea what she would be like with other felines; Sheba is looking for a home with a garden she can enjoy and have fun in.
If you, or anyone you know is thinking of having a pet cat, please encourage them to contact the RSPCA – there are too many cats in our care we will be able to find one to suit every owner. Please call 020 8966 9688 or email info@ rspcamiddlesex.org.uk if you would like to adopt Booker or any of her kittens.
If you cannot adopt, but would like to help your local RSPCA to care for abandoned animals in their care, please make a donation today. If you can make a donation, please call Aileen on 020 8429 5604, visit our website www.rspcamiddlesex.org.uk or send a donation to RSPCA Middlesex North West Branch, 114 Field End Road, Eastcote, Middlesex, HA5 1RL.
n CUTE AND FLUFFY: Aggie came to the RSPCA after her owner died. Inset, Sheba was abandoned by her owner