Pretty, playful Mia has been over­looked

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

OUR branch would like to say a big thank you to the kind dona­tors, es­pe­cially ‘Mrs T’ for their amaz­ing do­na­tions to­wards our new dog bath ( pic­tured be­low).

We are now able to treat the many dogs that come to our hom­ing cen­tre which are in poor con­di­tions.

We have many cats and kit­tens look­ing for their for­ever homes, this week we would like to high­light Mia, who is a four-yearold fe­male tor­tie.

Mia has been with us for over six months due to her pre­vi­ous owner’s health prob­lems and has been over­looked be­cause of the many kit­tens that have come through the cen­tre. As you can see she is a very pretty girl, and a fun and playful cat who can be very af­fec­tion­ate but she is not a lap cat but a typ­i­cal tor­tie.

Mia would love a home with a nice gar­den where she could chill out, but would be best suited to a home with­out other cats or young chil­dren.

Could you of­fer Mia a spe­cial place in your heart and home?

As well as pussy cats we need to find homes for the bun­nies and guinea pigs we are car­ing for, all of which are look­ing for a safe com­fort­able place to live where they will be loved and looked af­ter.

If you feel you could be the per­son/fam­ily that our an­i­mals are look­ing for please con­tact or visit us at RSPCA Hilling­don Branch on 01895 833417 or visit our web­site www. rspc­ahilling­don­ uk to down­load an ap­pli­ca­tion form.

We are hold­ing a hom­ing day on Novem­ber 7 at clinic from 10am– 1pm. Do come along if you are look­ing to re­home one of our much loved an­i­mals.

We are also in des­per­ate need of var­i­ous sized cat scratch­ing posts, news­pa­per and wood based cat lit­ter, any do­na­tions can make such a dif­fer­ence to the cats that come into our cen­tre.

Mi­crochip­ping is re­ally im­por­tant and is go­ing to be­come a le­gal re­quire­ment in 2016, so if you haven’t had your pet chipped yet take ad­van­tage of our spe­cial of­fer which is in place un­til Novem­ber 7 at £5 a chip. Please phone the clinic as this is by ap­point­ment only 01895 270926. Fi­nally please re­mem­ber time is fast ap­proach­ing where fire­works are go­ing off all around us and for an­i­mals it is a very scary some­time dan­ger­ous time.

We would strongly ad­vise you to keep your pets in­doors be­fore it gets dark, close your win­dows and cur­tains, try and dis­tract the loud bangs by play­ing mu­sic and hav­ing the TV on as well as giv­ing your pets all the com­fort they need.

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