Shoe­box strays – Buddy and bear

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

JUST this week this poor wee chap, Buddy, was found left by the road­side in a shoe box with no food or wa­ter, just his teddy bear and a note say­ing “Kit­ten give away. My owner no longer want me. Please take me!!!”.

Thank­fully the kind per­son who found Buddy took him home and gave him a meal and a bed for the night be­fore the RSPCA col­lected him the fol­low­ing day and the Mid­dle­sex North West Branch took him in un­til he can be found a per­ma­nent new home.

De­spite his or­deal he is an in­cred­i­bly sweet kit­ten and loves a cud­dle and a huge and will re­ward you with a great big purr. Buddy is quite a lit­tle char­ac­ter and would make a get ad­di­tion to any fam­ily so if you are look­ing to give a res­cue pet a home then please call or email us.

In ad­di­tion to find­ing a home for Buddy be­fore Christ­mas we have four lovely kit­tens, fast be­com­ing cats, who came into our care in Au­gust but still haven’t found a home and who we would really love to go to their new homes for Christ­mas.

They were born un­der a shed in some ones gar­den but de­spite our best ef­forts we could not trace the owner of their mum, who must have had a home as she was very friendly.

Al­ger­non and Ab­ner, both boys, are now about five months old. As is of­ten the case with kit­tens born in gar­dens they are a bit shy but they are get­ting bet­ter and have im­proved a lot since be­ing in foster care.

They can be cud­dled and loved be­ing stroked once you have got hold of them!

They would be best suited to ex­pe­ri­enced cat own­ers with a good un­der­stand­ing of cats who can help them grow in con­fi­dence and help them shine. As th­ese two have bonded we will want to re­home them to­gether.

Al­dous and Anita are the brother and sis­ter of Al­ger­non and Ab­ner. They are again about five months old. Anita is short haired while her brother Al­dous is the ‘fluffy’ one.

Once again we will want to re­home th­ese two to­gether as they have also formed a nat­u­ral pair and are close to each other.

Anita and Al­dous still need ‘work­ing – on’ to make them happy fam­ily cats as they are still very shy so a gen­tle hand is needed but they are young enough with the right home to blos­som into won­der­ful coura­geous cats.

Again th­ese lovely wee guys really need to go to a home with ex­pe­ri­ence cat own­ers who have a good un­der­stand­ing of cats and the pa­tience to help th­ese two build their con­fi­dence in peo­ple.

If you would like to find out how you can go about adopt­ing Buddy or Al­ger­non and Ab­ner or Al­dous and Anita the please call us on (020) 89669688 or email us at: info@ rsp­camid­dle­sex.org.uk to get the ball rolling.

You can also visit our web­site at: www.rspca-mid­dle­sex.org.uk

n SHY BUT SWEET: brother Ab­ner

Al­ger­non with his

n ABAN­DONED WITH HIS BEAR: Buddy was left with a note in a shoe­box

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