Celebrity vet to of­fi­cially open new Ruis­lip RSPCA char­ity shop

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Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

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

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