NEIL, Nigel, Norman and Nelly are beautiful kittens who have spent their entire life in a cattery. Despite their gorgeous appearance and lovely nature, they have so far been ignored – victims of being ‘another black and white cat’.
The three males and one female are all adorable and have some very unusual markings.
They came in to us with their mum, Nora, in May who is also still here waiting for her ‘forever home’.
The RSPCA Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston and District branch is still struggling to find homes for the 87 cats in its care.
Most are young, healthy cats, who through no fault of their own have ended up in the rehoming centre where their future is uncertain.
Ola is another cat who has been at the centre for too long.
She is a six-month-old Bengal cross and is looking for a home with a very confident cat, and would ideally need to be an indoor cat or have an enclosed garden, as she loves to venture.
She is looking for an experienced cat owner who knows the Bengal temperament.
She has a naughty character but loves human affection, loves to play and is very active.
We think she would love to have another naughty cat to play with as she gets on well with other lively kittens at our centre.
Please let us know if you could offer Ola a loving home.
With Halloween and Fireworks Night upon us, the RSPCA Hillingdon Clinic is doing a special offer of just £10 to micro-chip your pet.
This offer ends on November 30.
Fireworks can be terrifying for a pet and a lot of cats and dogs will run away when frightened.
To make sure you get your pet back, the best option is to have them chipped.
Please call the clinic on 01895 270 926 to book an appointment.
■ Dates for your diary:
November 3 – Tea party at Medi Vets in Wexham. There will be a raffle, tea, cake and bric-a-brac and animals will be there for rehoming
November 10 – Join us for lots of festive fun at the RSPCA Christmas Bazaar at Iver Village Hall, High Street, Iver. More details at www.rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk/BranchCalendar.htm