Coping on the frontline with litter after litter
FOR those of us coping in the front line, the cat and kitten crisis is still in full flow. We have kittens born here in the cattery now rising four months and have only known life in a cattery.
Tiny faces relying solely on this local self-funding RSPCA branch. Our favorite adopters are those folk not fussy about colour or markings, just wanting to save a little life and give a deserving feline a forever home. If you own an unsterilised d cat and finance is a problem, please ask for help and don’t add to this heartbreaking epidemic.
How do we find all this kitten / cat food and litter, veterinary fees, staff and overheads? Predominately with profit for our charity shops and the generous support of the he people of Hillingdon, for which we thank you.
Our three Hillingdon charity shop leases rely solely on public support for donations and volunteers who can commit to a regular slot. We are very grateful for donations of saleable goods, but please do not leave them outside our shops.
Technically fly tipping, they are ransacked and spread everywhere, anything of value is stolen.
From September 1, our allowance for tipping rubbish has been dramatically cut, and we will have to reluctantly turn away goods we cannot sell. Unsold boot fair items are seldom salable, but we will not be able to meet disposal costs unless we reduce the quantity.
Four-year-old Mia came to us due to her previous owner’s health problems she has been with us for almost six months an and is longing for a home t to call her own. As you can see she is a very pretty girl, and a f uwas fun and playful cat who can be very affectionate when it suits her.
Mia would love a h home with a nice ga garden where she cou could chill out, but wou would be best suited to a hom home without other cats or young children. Could you offer M Mia a special place in your heart and home?
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 and view some of the animals that are looking for forever homes.