Looking forward to a change
WE HAVE many cats looking for their forever homes including two beautiful girls called Emma and Jessie. Three-year-old tabby Emma, is sadly back with us for a second time after things didn’t work out in her last home, through no fault of her own.
It’s hard to imagine how anyone could not fall in love with this beautiful girl who is so friendly and adores being fussed.
She is semi longhaired, so will require some grooming but she doesn’t seem to mind this at all.
She is used to being g an indoors cat. Emma would make such a lovely family member and is just looking for genuine love and care in return. Can you help Emma find her forever home this time?
Jessie, meanwhile, is a very sweet girl who is looking for a special home. She is a year old ld and d partially sighted, so needs a home where everything she needs is easily accessible to her and preferably where someone is at home for a good part of the day.
She will need to be an indoors only cat. Jessie is just full of affection and love that she wants to share with everyone.
She has a truly beautiful spirit and hopefully won’t be overlooked just because of her sight problems.
If you can offer Jessie the home she needs and the love she de deserves, pl please get in to touch.
We have wonderfuld f l news aboutb t our little Missy who featured in last week’s Gazette. She has now been reserved and preparing to go to her forever home, we are so happy for her.
Volunteers are so special to us – we literally need them to survive!
Having regular support from volunteers to work in our shops, clinic and rehoming centre is vitally important to us as the profits from our charity shops are a much-needed revenue to support our clinic and rehoming centre.
We are desperate for volunteers at our Hillingdon shop and need people to help with collections or to fundraise for us.
Without the shop and fundraising profits and your continued support we would not be able to continue.
Another appeal: we are currently in need of the following donations: cat scratching posts (any sizes), newspapers, plastic food containers, cat toys.
Please call 01895 833417 or email fundraiser@ rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk if you can help, and to see our animals who are looking for a home go to www.rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk
n Tanya Roth, Carol Wicks, Katie Baldwin at the RS RSPCA children’s shop in Hillingdon – the charity is always se seeking volunteers NL20135001_3 n SWEET: Gentle Jessie is partially sighted