This week, as well as focussing on a beautiful cat who needs a home, I also want to update you on some past news.
Let’s start with Lucky, the cat who needs a home. Lucky has shiny black fur and is about eight months old. She has been at the RSPCA’s Southall cattery for two months and, before that, for two months, she was well-known, as a stray in a local area of North London. That leaves about four months unaccounted for, of her short, little life so far.
Lucky needs a home where her future months and years are more secure than the past. You can go and see Lucky at the RSPCA Cattery, Burket Close, off Norwood Road, Southall UB2 4JS.
While you are there you could also say “hello” to Dash. He was the last cat I featured from Southall Cattery. Dash is a stunning black and white cat who is getting used to life after his right back leg was amputated. The latest news on Dash is that although he can scoot around fast on three legs, he has shown signs of having pain in his stump so he is being x-rayed today. He is desperate to be offered a home. Depending on the result, if you offer him a home, with this known injury, then, if he needs more treatment for that injury, as long as you take him back to the RSPCA Southall clinic for the treatment, you won’t have to pay for the treatment.
If you can give a loving home to Lucky or Dash contact the cattery on 0300 123 0746.
The cattery can also make good use of any old newspapers or spare adult wet cat food you may have, please take them to reception.
Do you remember me telling you about the appeal by Battersea Dogs Home for knitters to help create security blankets for their foster dogs? Battersea want each foster dog to have their very own blanket that is theirs to keep, to help them feel secure.
If anyone would like to make a blanket but does not have any wool, I have been given some. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will pass the wool on. The pattern for the patchwork blanket can be downloaded free from www.battersea.org.uk