Six rescued from puppy farm misery
Can you give an animal a loving home and a new start in life?
IN A so-called civilized country puppy farming still continues and this local branch have rescued six ex–brood bitches that are in appalling condition.
Underweight and neglected, their breeding days are over and they were discarded like old stock.
Most have skin conditions and require daily bathing. We are thankful to all who have contributed so far to our ‘Bath Fund’, but still need more to make this task more comfortable for the dogs.
They will require ongoing care for many weeks before they are fit to be rehomed.
Poppy is pictured receiving a soothing bath.
Our costs for this exercise will be enormous and we would remind all that RSPCA week, running from June 1 to 6, urgently needs volunteers to help us raise funds for such rescues.
Khadim, our six-year-old ginger and white ite male, is a lovely natured cat with a very big heart.
Unfortunately, Khadim can be very nervous of new people we don’t know why he is this way, but once he gets to know you, he is very loving and will enjoy hours of cuddles and fuss.
He would prefer a home with older people, with a lap to cuddle up on, and probably would be happy as an indoor cat, as he can be very nervous.
Please get in touch if you would like to apply to adopt Khadim.
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We are in need of kitten food and scratching posts with our increasing
numbers of mums with kittens that are coming into the centre if you can help however small it can make such a big difference.
If you think you can offer one of our animals a loving home then please ring RSPCA Hillingdon
Branch on 01895 833417 or visit our website www.rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk to download an application form.
CLEANING UP: Poppy is being given daily baths to help her skin – but the costs of rescuing the six bitchs from a puppy farm are soaring
READY TO GO: Cuddly Simon is back to health and needs a home
n HAPPY INDOORS: : Six-year-old Khadim