Don’t be a part of the kitten crisis
THE kitten crisis is upon us again as numbers rise at this time of year. Please don’t be part of the problem get your cats neutered contact us if you need help or advise on neutering.
Our branch currently has 10 nursing mums with kittens looking for responsible forever homes. As usual, we are also dealing with stray and abandoned litters as well as kittens born to cats whose owners couldn’t be bothered to neuter them, but expect rescues to take in the unwanted offspring and foot the bill for food, care and rehoming.
They all deserve a future to look forward to if you can offer a loving forever home to one of our kittens please contact us with so many hungry mouths to feed donations of kitten food and bedding is a godsend to us if you can help however small it can make such a big difference.
The lovely Mia is a year-old female white tabby cat. She is beautiful and extremely friendly but hasn’t had the best of luck in life.
She arrived with only three legs and a bad skin condition, which is now under control but will need a bit of special ongoing care, which we will support via our clinic.
Mia is very affectionate and loves a cuddle, so will make the perfect lap cat perhaps for an older person, or a family with teenagers.
Due to her disability, she will need to be a house cat or only have access to a secure garden.
We are looking for a loving home without other cats, located within our branch area. Mia would be delighted to live with someone who shares her love of classical music.
If you can help Mia turn her luck around, please get in touch.
Peggy is a seven-monthold female English Bull Terrier.
Not surprisingly given her breed and age, she is a very lively and excitable young lady, but sadly her exuberance proved too much for her previous owner to cope with.
Peggy loves her toys, playtime and getting lots of cuddles. She does however have a bit of a stubborn streak and definitely needs someone prepared to commit to her training and overdue socialisation.
Ideally, Peggy is looking for an active cat-free home, with a large garden and family either experienced with the breed or who have done their research. She would probably be ok with another dog who was patient enough to tolerate her puppy capers.
We would love to see our little princess settled in to a loving forever home asap. Could she be the new family member you’ve been looking for?
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.
n AFFECTIONATE: Mia, above, and peggy, right, are looking for new homes