Celebrity vet to officially open new Ruislip RSPCA charity shop
FRANCIS and Demelza were dumped at our RSPCA clinic by someone who didn’t hang around to give us any details.
Two very confused little cats, one aged eight months and the other six months, came into our care and are now looking for a fairly quiet home together, without other cats or dogs.
This lovely gentle pair would like lots of love, cuddles and of course, fun-time as they are still only very young.
Can you offer Francis and Demelza all this and of course a home forever, so they won’t have to go through any more traumas. They have so much love to give in return.
Minke was found as a stray and taken in by someone who thought she was doing the best for her.
Unfortunately she was able to continue to go out and roam whilst still un-neutered and the inevitable happened. Minke has had at least two litters of kittens.
She would now like a quiet and responsible forever home where she can settle down in a normal loving environment.
Minke is such a sweet girl – can you offer her a home to make up for a rather sorry start to her short little life.
The RSPCA Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston, District Branch is currently seeking funds to build new kennels for the unwanted, sick and injured dogs that come into our homing centre.
These are animals who are looking for a second chance in life and if you are able to help in any way however small it can make such a difference.
Donations such as building supplies, or a helping hand with fundraising would be welcome – call us on 01895 833417 if you can HE RSPCA Middlesex North West is opening a new shop in Ruislip High street at 11am tomorrow (Thursday).
Celebrity vet Judy Puddifoot, from BBCTV series Young Vets will be officially opening the store, and we are expecting lots of RSPCA staff to be on-hand to welcome customers and answer questions.
The shop will raise funds to support the local RSPCA which provides expert care to abandoned and mistreated animals in Middlesex and South Hertfordshire.
Retail manager, Perry Deschamps said: “We are delighted to be trading in Ruislip and I am extremely thankful to all our hard working staff and volunteers who have rallied round to get the new shop up and running.
“I would urge local people to pop by our fantastic new shop, meet the team and have a look through some of our high quality items.
“Every purchase or item donated to the shop will help local animals in need.”
Staff and volunteers help. We are also in need of a industrial paper shredder.
If you think you can will gratefully receive any unwanted clothing, books and bric-a-brac – and don’t forget to ask about GiftAid.
If you are interested in joining the friendly and welcoming team of offer one of our animals a loving home please ring RSPCA Hillingdon Branch on 01895 833417 volunteers at the shop, please call shop manager Sharon on 01895 639 028.
So come on over to Ruislip to our bright new shop on Thursday, from 11am. Grab a bargain or or visit our website www. rspcahillingdonclinic.org. uk to download an application form. five, from designer handbags to holiday wardrobe essentials.
The address of the new RSPCA Middlesex North West shop is, 66 High Street, Ruislip, HA4 7AA.
n LAUNCH: Judy Puddifoot from BBC series Young Vets will be opening the new RSPCA shop in Ruislip High Street