High jinks and a bit of a fuss for Jinksy
Can you give an animal a loving home and a new start in life?
PROTECTING your pets and keeping them safe by keeping up to date with their vaccinations and micro-chips is part of responsible animal ownership. Microchipping your pet gives them the best chance of being identified and returned to you if they become lost or stolen.
While collars and tags can get caught or removed, micro-chipping identifies your pet permanently and effectively.
Thousands of pets are lost every year and many are never reunited with their owners – microchipping can change that. In the past, many animals became severely ill because of diseases which – thanks to vaccination – are now rarely seen. If the number of pets protected by vaccines drops, then pets could be at risk from an outbreak of infectious diseases, some of which can be transmitted to humans.
Why not join us for a quiz night? Friday, April 15, 7.30pm Uxbridge Cricket Club, Gatting Way, Park Road UB8 1NR – £5 entry per person.
Our charity shops are our lifeline to animal welfare, without the income from our shops we would not be able to help the 10,000 plus animals that come through the Hillingdon clinic each year.
Local animals rely on the success of these shops so any help anyone could offer would be appreciated anything from 2.5 hour shifts. Also our homing centre is looking for volunteers to help walk the dogs if you are interested and could spare some time during the day please email admin@rspcahillingdon clinic.org.uk for a volunteer application form.
Special appeal: During this changing weather, we desperately need dry, clean towels to dry the animals in our care. If you could help, please bring any towels to our Hillingdon Clinic on Crescent Parade, or to any of our charity shops. Thank you.
We have many older pets looking for homes. Could you offer one of our older pets a home where they can enjoy all the love and comfort they deserve in their golden years?
Jinksy, aged nine, may be one of our more mature ladies, but she certainly hasn’t lost her enthusiasm for life, and still loves to play, especially with her ball toys.
When fun-time is over, she likes to chill out, watching the world go by from the comfort of her bed. She absolutely loves to be groomed ... and in fact any sort of fuss and pampering, so would suit a home where she would have company a lot of the time. Is there a place in your heart and home for our lovely lady Jinksy?
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