Why Sunflower is a golden girl
Can you give an animal a loving home and a new start in life?
THEY say ‘Cast not a clout till May is out”’– so we are about to burst back on to the summer events scene with our ever popular soft toy tombola!
We’ll be at events across the branch region all summer so please come and find us and say hello. Just look for the blue gazebo with our logo on the top. Because we offer a prize every time on our tombola, we are still looking for loads more soft toys to use as prizes (animals only though – Buzz Lightyear, Queen Elsa and Olaf won’t make the grade this time) and with the bank holiday weekend on the horizon it’s a great time to make some room in the house. Just drop them in to any of our shops.
The money we raise at the summer events helps to care for animals like Sunflower and Candycorn.
Sunflower was reported to our branch after she gave birth to four kittens in a flower pot! Unable to trace an owner, Sunflower and her kittens came into our care. Now that her kittens no longer need to be with her, she is ready for her forever home.
Sunflower is a sweet cat who would benefit from a quiet home, she is wary of strangers but learns to trust once she gets to know you. Sunflower wouldn’t mind sharing you with an existing cat. She does need a garden and would suit a couple or a single owner.
Candycorn is a lovely, friendly cat who enjoys adult company. She’s beautiful and she knows it!
She is affectionate and playful and can get up to mischief at times! She is looking for a couple or family (and gets on with older teenagers too) to embrace home life again. Being something of a princess she needs to be the only cat and, of course, requires a garden.
Owning and caring for a cat is great fun and very rewarding, but it is also a big responsibility and a long-term commitment in terms of care and finances. If you own a cat you are required by law to care for it properly. Cats have an average life span of 16 years and beyond and should be part of the family; you should be committed to involving them in all life change that can occur in this time such as moving home, having a family and changes in personal circumstance.
We carry out a home-visit prior to adoption and we’ll also call or visit afterwards to make sure you and your new pet are adjusting well to your new life together.
If you think you could offer a forever home to Sunflower or Candycorn or 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: firstname.lastname@example.org. uk. You can visit our website if you would like to view the pets we currently have looking for a home at; www.rspca-middlesex.org.uk where you will also find details of our shops with locations and opening times.
n FLOWER POT CAT: Sunflower has raised her kittens – born in a flowerpot – and now needs a new home of her own