Get Holly in time for Christ­mas

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

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

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