Get Holly in time for Christmas
HOLLY is another of our young mums who has raised her litter of kittens at our centre this summer. All of her babies have now found lovely homes, so her work is done and now it’s her turn to find fun and happiness in a new home.
She is a lovely affectionate girl, who wants a family of her own, just to dote on her and give her all the fuss and cuddles she enjoys so much.
She does however need a home without young children or other cats/dogs.
Could you give Holly a loving home for life?
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 call the RSPCA Hillingdon Branch on 01895 833417 or download an application form at www. rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk
We are also holding another homing Day on November 7 at the clinic from 10am to1pm. Do come along if you are looking to rehome one of our much loved animals.
This week we’re renewing our appeal for various sized cat scratching posts, newspaper and wood-based cat litter. Perhaps you some of those going spare? If so we could really use them.
On November 11 we remember all of our lost servicemen/women who gave their lives in the first & second world wars.
We do this by wearing a red poppy and donating money to the amazing work of the Royal British Legion.
Did you realize that millions of animals such as dogs, horses and donkeys lost their lives too?
Animals were vital in supporting the forces and were greatly valued for their intelligence, devotion and strength.
They would carry messages and ammunition to the front line, detect mines, dig out bombs and so much more, showing immense courage in their line of duty, in fact over eight million horses and donkeys died in the First World War alone.
The RSPCA worked alongside millions of animals which were enlisted to serve alongside our British, Commonwealth and Allied Forces. Our role was to try and reduce animal suffering and provide swift and humane treatment to those forced to serve in the war.
Many RSPCA inspectors died in trying to save the animals on the front line.
On the 11th we will ALSO be wearing a purple poppy in remembrance of the animals which were lost in war.
Have you considered volunteering?
We urgently need volunteers to support us in our busy Hillingdon Shop. We are happy with whatever time you can give whether it’s during the week or at a weekend.
Email fundraiser@ rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk
n YOUNG MUM: Holly has raised her kittens and now needs a home of her own