Pretty, playful Mia has been overlooked
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. rspcahillingdonclinic.org. 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.