Keen (and as busy) as Mustard
Can you give an animal a loving home and a new start in life?
MY granny always used to say she would “rather be dead than out of fashion!” She took her wardrobe seriously and was always well turned out.
With the ‘Season’ well under way you may be looking at your own wardrobe and thinking you have nothing to wear! Don’t panic!
Our shops in Eastcote, Pinner, Ruislip, Rickmansworth, Kenton, Ruislip Manor and Watford have something for every occasion and the staff are always ready to help.
If your wardrobe is already bursting at the seams have a good sort out – be ruthless – you’ll feel better for it and our shop teams will be delighted with your donation.
Did you know we can claim Gift Aid on many items you donate if you pay income tax?
We will just need a few details from you the first time you donate (we promise we will not bombard you with junk mail and we do not sell, rent or give your details to any third parties) and we will give you a card to speed up the process next time.
Our shops generate the majority of the income we need to care for animals in our area so we are in constant need of new stock items such as men’s and women’s clothes and shoes, books, bric a brac and jewellery to keep the money flowing.
Of course, one of the joys of charity shops is that you never know what you will find although you can be sure it will be a bargain.
So if you need something to wear, a book for the beach or a replacement for that favourite CD you lent to a friend and never got back, our shops are a great place to start and your support will help us to care for animals like Mustard.
Friendly gerbil needs a home
Mustard is a very friendly little chap who will love to interact with you.
He is a busy boy and loves making tunnels and chewing cardboard. Mustard is keen to have a new family and would make a good first time gerbil as he is easy to handle (as easy as gerbils can be).
He is also great fun to watch as, unlike hamsters, gerbils are out and about during the day. He will, of course, need a gerbilarium, which is a stylish name for something nice to live in. Adoption charges
There is a fee of £20 for guinea pigs and £10 rats, hamsters, gerbils, etc.
If you think you could offer a forever home to Mustard or any of the other small animals, cats and rabbits we currently have looking for a home for life then please call us on (020) 8966 9688 or email us at: info@ rspcamiddlesex.org.uk.
n BUSY AND FRIENDLY: Mustard the gerbil loves chewing cardboard and making tunnels