We have a number of older animals at the centre that are in need of new homes but are constantly overlooked because of their age.
Dave is a nine-year-old male Jack Russell Terrier who is full of life.
He came into the centre as a stray, very thin but otherwise healthy. He has now put on weight nicely and is waiting for a home.
Dave would like an active home where he can go for long walks. He loves to play with a ball, so you will need plenty of them to keep him happy.
He is very good with other dogs and great with cats – he is a great little dog that just wants to have fun.
Jessica, meanwhile, is an eight-year-old female tabby cat who loves her cuddles. She came to the centre as her owners were getting a divorce and said they could not look after her any more.
She is a quiet girl that loves to be around people, and her ideal home would be where someone is at home all day, giving her cuddles and lots of love.
She does not like other cats and would be happy being the only animal in the household, although she will be fine with children over the age of five.
There are many other older animals in the care of the branch just like Dave and Jessica who are constantly overlooked because of their age. If you think you can give one of them a loving home for the rest of their life, ring the RSPCA Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston and District Branch on 01895 833 417.
If you are asked to leave a message, please give a postal or email address so that we can send you an adoption application form as soon as possible.
You can also visit www.rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk and click on the ‘dog in a kennel’ image for more information on adopting an animal.
l Spring is in the air, and the popular Mutt Strut is back.
Proof that every dog – and its owner – can have its day and raise some money for branch funds, the Strut is from 1pm to 4pm on Saturday, March 17, at Black Park Country Park near Iver.
This sponsored dog walk takes place in some of the best unspoiled countryside in the area. Leading up to the day, all you need to do is ask friends and family to make a pledge or donation to the branch in exchange for you – with or without a dog – completing the 45-minute walk.
Download a sponsorship form from our website or call 01895 833 417 and leave a message requesting a call back for further information.