Look­ing for a bit of fuss

Harefield Gazette - - ANIMAL MATTERS -

Meet the broth­ers – Bradley and Max Hand­some broth­ers Max and Bradley sadly find them­selves home­less at just 11 months of age and are long­ing for some­one to of­fer them a fresh start in a lov­ing home.

Short-haired Max is the more con­fi­dent of the two and is al­ways the first to ask for fuss and at­ten­tion.

Bradley tends to hang back a lit­tle, but will come for a stroke in his own time. He is semi-long haired and will need reg­u­lar brush­ing to keep his coat in good con­di­tion.

Although both boys are fairly quiet, they do like to play and would like a nice gar­den to hang out in. Ide­ally they would pre­fer not to live with other pets. Do you have the purr­fect home and lots of love to of­fer this beau­ti­ful pair? Pretty Tilly

Beau­ti­ful tabby Tilly is 11 years young and look­ing for a new home as her pre­vi­ous own­ers were un­able to take her with them when they moved. She is look­ing for a quiet home, where she is the only pet and can en­joy be­ing the cen­tre of at­ten­tion. Tilly loves be­ing brushed and get­ting a fuss made of her and can be quite chatty when it comes to re­mind­ing you of that and when meals are due.

This sweet girl has loads of af­fec­tion to of­fer in re­turn for the lov­ing life­long home she de­serves.

Could you be the per­son to make Tilly’s world whole again?

If you can of­fer a lov­ing home to any of our an­i­mals, please call us on 01895 833417 or visit www.rspc­ahilling­don­clinic. org.uk to view the an­i­mals look­ing for homes and to ap­ply on­line.

Max and Bradley

Tilly the tabby

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