From the digital to the adorable
Can you give an animal a loving home and a new start in life?
SINCE the start of the Second World War the Hillingdon RSPCA Clinic has offered help to local animals in need. Last year saw over 10.000 animals through our doors, many in need of new homes or abandoned.
We have given some pets vital and pain relieving treatment as their owners have been unable to afford private veterinary fees.
Our clinic is heavily oversubscribed and without the income from our vital charity shops and gallant fund raising efforts of our volunteers this important local resource could not keep going.
Please support us by using our shops and get in touch if you have a little time to give as a volunteer.
Digital days Last week was a landmark in our history as we have gone computerised!
Computerisation is a requirement of our clinic licence and several thousand pounds of spend later we went ‘live’ on Monday.
Thanks are due to our gallant staff and volunteers who worked as a well oiled team to enter all data and get ready for the big day.
Everything has gone like clockwork so far, but we would ask our clients to bear with us if there is a little delay.
Rabbits for adoption Mopsy and Peter are male and female white/grey lionhead rabbits, aged 12 weeks.
This adorable pair would like to find the perfect forever home together.
Being a longer-haired breed, potential adopters must be prepared to undertake some grooming to keep them in great condition.
All rabbits require a spacious hutch and a generous sized run with plenty of room to play, stretch and exercise as well as a healthy and nutritious diet to help them thrive.
Not forgetting of course, the all-important love and attention of their human family.
If you are interested in adopting Mopsy and Peter, or any of the other lovely rabbits currently in our care, please do contact us on 01895 833417 or visit www. rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk to download an application form.
Keeping pets warm Finally a gentle reminder to make sure outside pets are in weather proof housing at this time of year.
Dogs should be kept inside, but if this really is not possible, the best outdoor accommodation should be provided, with plenty of warm dry bedding.
LITTLE MOPPET: Mopsy (above) and her brother Peter need a loving home with someone who is willing to groom their long fur
COMPUTERISED: Hillingdon RSPCA’s animal clinic ‘went live’ with its new system last week