Home for a happy chicken?
THE RSPCA is 193 years old this year. RSPCA week, June 12 to 18 is a national celebration of the work the RSPCA does for the local communities.
We are looking for people that are able to help raise much needed funds for animals in need. Just a few ways you can help is by doing a cake sale, holding an animal food collection or joining in on one of our events or if you are unable to help donations in any form are very much appreciated for more information on how you can help local animals in need please contact us on 01895 833417 or emails us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are in desperate need of kitten pouches for our increasing numbers of kittens and scratch posts if you are able to donate any please any of these items into our clinic or shops their address can be found on our website www.rspcahillingdonclinic. org.uk. Thank you for your support.
We have a cockerel and for hens looking for a home together. These chickens ha havee had a bit of a journe journey to be where they are today.
After being rescued from unsuitable conditions they have undergone a lot of treatment to bring them up to the condition that any happy chicken should be in.
Chickens are social and intelligent, they need to have a stimulating environment and company other of chickens. If you can offer our group of chickens a forever home, we would love to hear from you.
“Big” is no exaggeration as a description for the eight giant lop eared rab- bits that have come into the homing centre.
They came into the centre as their owner had too many to cope with. They are friendly rabbits, and love attention and company.
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 allimportant love and attention of their human family.
If you have the perfect bunny home to offer our lovely bunnies please get in touch.
A cockerell and four hens are looking for a new home as well as eight giant lop eared rabbits