Sweet William likes a brush before brekkie
Can you give an animal a loving home and a new start in life?
AS a local branch of the RSPCA we support the work of national RSPCA Inspectors who are working in our branch area by taking in, free of charge, mistreated, abandoned or stray animals. This sometimes will also include pets whose owners have passed away, as is the case for William, who is featured here.
William is a very friendly old boy with a regal bearing who would make someone a great companion.
He is very chatty (you will struggle to get a word in!) and loves company but is used to being independent so it would not be a problem if you go out to work during the day.
William will need access to a garden so he can potter about in the nice weather and bask in the warm sunshine.
William insists on starting the day with a good brush (after breakfast of course) to make him feel good and look his best. He is in pretty good shape for his 15 years and has no medical issues at present.
William would however, need to be the only pet of the household as he does not get on well with other cats or dogs.
Because of William’s advanced years we are looking for a permanent foster home for him rather than for him to be adopted.
This means that our Branch would continue to take care of all of his medical needs and will arrange to board him if necessary, when you go on your holidays for example.
This means that William need not be a financial burden to you. As a permanent fosterer we would expect William to be treated as your own loved pet.
If you think you could offer a long-term foster home to William or a forever home to any of the other cats, kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs or other small animals we currently have in our care then please call us on (020) 8966 9688 or email us at: info@ rspcamiddlesex.org.uk.
You can visit our website if you would like to view the pets we currently have looking for a home at; www.rspcamiddlesex.org.uk
Four-year-old Sherlock (left) is also looking for a home and would make a great family cat.
If you would like to make a donation to support our work this can also be done by visiting our website. In addition to the work we carry out providing a refuge for pets in need while we find a new home we also provide subsidised veterinary treatment for animals which are sick or injured that belong to local people on low incomes. We do this through a voucher scheme which helps those on means tested benefits by giving them financial assistance to obtain care for companion animals.
FRIENDLY: Sherlock (left) enjoys being stroked
n FOSTER CARER NEEDED: William’s owner sadly died