Someone must be missing this ginger male
WHEN we found this lovely cat injured in West Drayton, X-rays showed he has previously received £1,000 worth of veterinary surgery. This neutered boy, who we have named Marmalade, now has a wired jaw and he is healing nicely, but is someone, somewhere searching for him?
He has no microchip but was neutered and has been treated by a vets somewhere but with no microchip it makes it nearly impossible to find his owners, if you think you might know or have any information please contact us on 01895 833417.
Again, profit from our charity shops has funded the surgery and after care for him. Can you spare a few hours a week to volunteer at one of our shops? Our shops are what makes surgery like this possible and we hope that we can reunite this lovely boy with his owners.
Dino is an eight-year-old standard Yorkshire terrier looking for a forever home and a human he can devote himself to. He loves a walk and a game but although he tolerates other canines, he is not willing to share his chosen human with them! Dino is with us because of the ill health of his previous owners.
Dino has to have a massive dental overhaul on arrival and now with his parkling teeth, he has found a new lease of life. If you think you could be Dino’s person and offer him a forever home please contact us for more information.
Please make responsible provision for your pet in case you are unwell or injured.
The RSPCA can supply a card to have in your purse with instructions. An SAE will secure one or they are available at our Hillingdon clinic, 16 Cresent parade UB10 0LG.
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.rspca hillingdonclinic.org.uk to download an application form and view some of the animals that are looking for forever homes.
n DO YOU RECOGNISE THIS CAT?: Marmalade has previously received £1,000 worth of veterinary surgery
n TOOTHY TERRIER: Dino can ‘smile’ again