Meet these tiny strays, pretty Missy and sweet Bubbles
THESE tiny puppies were found abandoned and in a dreadful state by the RSPCA Hillingdon branch. They have responded well to our veterinary care, their hair is growing nicely and we guess they are terrier/Chihuahua cross breeds.
There are two boys and one girl who are now looking for caring forever homes with older children.
If you are interested please contact us for more information.
Still amidst our cat and kitten crisis we desperately need animal bedding, cat and kitten food and of course money for veterinary care and kennel fees.
We are looking for volunteers for our Hillingdon charity shops, particularly the children’s section. It is the proceeds from our charity shops that keep funding local animal welfare. If you care – PLEASE help us.
Pretty Missy came into our care due to her previous owner’s health issues. She has a delightfully playful nature but is also extremely affectionate.
Missy, who’s three, would be a lovely family cat (though probably wouldn’t appreciate living with dogs) and has lots of love to offer in return for a caring home for life … and a comfy lap to snooze on! Can you offer Missy the love and life she deserves?
Sadly Bubbles the Springer Spaniel is back with us for rehoming after things didn’t work out between her and the other dog she went to live with.
After so many upheavals in her life, Bubbles wants the chance to feel secure, loved and wanted without feeling the need to compete for attention.
She is a sweet girl, who loves a fuss, her walks and most of all playing with her ball.
We want an active local home for Bubbles, where someone is around most of the day and with no other dogs or pets and no children under 16 years of age. If you can offer all this and lots of fun and love for our special girl, please get in touch.
If you think you can offer one of our animals a loving home then please ring RSPCA Hillingdon Branch on 01895 833417 or visit www.rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk to download an application form.
HELLO: The abandoned puppies (far left), pretty Missy (left) and Bubbles (above)