Adopt a Preston Pet: the Disney Club

Posted on - 26th October, 2013 - 12:43pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, Ribbleton



The Preston RSPCA animal rescue centre continues to be in need of your assistance.

Financial difficulties mean they are still struggling to keep going as a viable unit. Why not help by adopting an animal from the centre today.

Preston RSPCA are currently looking for someone to provide a good, safe home for the Disney Club. A trio of big-eared, big eyed pussy cats.

The centre says the cats ‘Mickey, Minnie and Mouse came into the centre through an Inspector who found them suffering from cat flu.

‘Since coming into the centre they have really come out of their shells and are very playful little kittens. Unfortunately due to their illness they have spent all their time in Isolation and therefore have been missing out on the love and cuddles they deserve.

‘If you are interested in any of the Disney club please come to the centre to see them between 12pm – 3pm everyday apart from Tuesdays.’

Before approaching the centre to adopt a cat they ask that you please read the important information on their Adopting an Animal Page

Adoption fees for adult cats and kittens are £45.

The RSPCA Preston & District Branch is an independent charity that is entirely self-funding and receives no Government or National RSPCA aid.

Their aim is to take in unwanted, abandoned, neglected or abused animals and find them loving, permanent homes. Although affiliated to the National RSPCA, they are not funded by them and rely on public donations and the generosity of the community to keep the doors open.

Preston Animal CentreSlack Cottage
Longridge Road

Tel: 01772 792553

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