Help a tortie out of her shell
We need your help!
Come end of November we are opening a pop up shop on Crescent parade in Hillingdon, to sell Christmas stock for six weeks.
We are looking for volunteers to help in the shop. If you could offer any of your time please contact us at volunteers@rspcahillingdonclinic. org.uk for more information.
We are in desperate need of cat scratching posts and cat carriers for the animals at our homing centre.
Any donations are greatly appreciated, donations can be dropped off at any of our shops or our clinic. Addresses can be found on our website www.rspcahillingdonclinic. org.uk.
We would love your old pound coins! If you have any of the old round pounds please donate to any of our 3 charity shops or clinic where there is a special drop box. Your pound will buy three food pouches for a rescued cat. Many thanks.
How to keep pets safe and happy during fire works
Many animals find fireworks scary. It’s estimated that 45 percent of dogs in the UK show signs of fear when they hear fireworks.
It doesn’t have to be that way though, so don’t ignore the problem. There are lots of simple things you can do to help your pet deal with fireworks. By preparing in advance before fireworks start your pet will be better able to cope with the noises.
Walk/let them out during daylight hours to avoid times when fireworks are likely to be set off
Keep pets indoors overnight where possible
Close windows and curtains to muffle the sound of fireworks
Put on some music or tv to mask the firework sounds
Create some hiding places for your pet Looking for loving homes
The perfect pair - Byjoux (white/ black male one year old)and Saffi (female two and a half years-old) are now ready and waiting for their forever home after being signed over for rehoming through no fault of their own.
Although a little nervous, these two are an affectionate pair and are looking for a quiet and understanding home.
Byjoux, the white and black male is the more confident of the two and always comes over for a fuss first, but Saffie the tortie and white female generally isn’t too far behind. Their ideal home would be without any other animals or young children. Could you offer this lovely pair the purrfect home?
Joey (male black two years-old ) and Suzie (tortie female three years - old) are looking for a home where they can come out of their shells and burn off the energy they have in the evenings.
Although still a little nervous, this pair have come a long way and are doing really well, and with time and patience they will be great company. These cats are looking for a quiet home and time to settle, without any other pets or young children. Can you offer this pair their forever home?
Passion and Tito Terrier who featured our last column have now found loving forever homes through your help and the help of the local community and we wish them all the happiness.
Joey and Suzie and Byjoux and Saffi, below