Time for Ag­gie to put her paws up

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

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

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