Heinz and Branston will make the perfect accompaniment
THE RSPCA receives over 7,000 phone calls a year about litter-related incidents and our officers regularly rescue animals trapped or hurt by harmful rubbish.
Protecting animals from these hazards is easy – dispose of your rubbish responsibly Recycle and reuse Otherwise put it in a bin. Everyday objects can become hazards like balloons, animals can eat them and choke or become impacted.
Chinese lanterns also known as sky lanterns, can seriously injure animals. Broken glass can cause serious injury and animals can get trapped in jars. Please dispose of your rubbish responsibly it will save animals lives.
Heinz and Branston are just the cutest brothers who were born in a shelter and have never known a home of their own. These lovely baby guinea pigs are going to need lots of love and handling to accustom them to human contact and the regular grooming they will need.
Secure and spacious accommodation providing both shelter and plenty of room to exercise are also a must for these little chaps.
Please get in touch if you can offer Heinz and Branston the perfect home and a lifelong commitment to their care – in return they will offer lots of love and fun.
Whiskers is a nine year old male cat who came into our care due to his owner’s health problems.
Understandably at his age he is pretty sad to find himself homeless. He is generally the quiet type but has no objection to living with other cats.
Whilst he would enjoy a nice garden for excursions outside when it suits, he is a fairly homely cat and would probably opt to be indoors a lot of the time.
Can you offer Whiskers a home for life and all the love and comforts he deserves?
We have many kittens/ cats and dogs looking for loving homes and this can be very costly on the branch if you could spare any old bedding for the animals or donate any food however small can make such a difference
Thank you for your support …. We can’t do it without you.
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 HOMELY: Whiskers, above, and Heinz and Branston, right, are looking for new homes