Welcome to Goole & District RSPCA
Black cat day Oct 27th (please don't let us grow up in care!)
Oct 27th has been designated black cat day by CPL, it is to highlight
the number of unwanted black cats and kittens who are all in foster care
looking for their forever homes. Sadly black cats tend to get overlooked
for their 'prettier' tabby, ginger & grey friends.
Traditionally in the UK black cats are considered lucky they are said to bring happiness and wealth to their owners. In olden days sailors always chose black cats to be aboard their ships as they brought luck. fishermen's wives would keep black cats at home too, in the hope that they would be able to use their influence to protect their husbands at sea.
At Goole RPSCA we have some adorable black and black & black & white felines all in need of new loving homes. A number of these are kittens who are growing fast although they are lovely friendly little things they keep getting overlooked. Please can you give one or maybe even two (double the luck) of our beautiful little black friends a new home and make their Oct 27th as special as them?
Please see the adopt a cat or adopt a kitten page of the website or ring for more details.
Dog action day
There are restrictions on the types of breed we will Neuter. The
breeds which are eligible for the neutering schemes are:
Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Mastiff, Rottweiler, American Bull Dog, Greyhound, Lurcher, Akita, Husky, Malamute, German Shepherd, Samoyed, Jack Russell Terrier & Collie and Crossbreeds where the primary breed is identifiable as one of those listed will also be eligible. The veterinary decision on breed identification is final.
If breed is exempt Vermuydens offering £130 female, £95 male to be booked in within 30 days for an appointment.
Must bring dogs to event to receive offers
N.B. DN14 residents only. For more info 07599087527
Free cat Neutering 3/10/16- 10/12/16
For residents of DN14 on low income this scheme is being run by York Cats Protection League, please see poster below for more details. Please contact York CPL direct for this offer.
Can you give our longest term foster cat a new home?
This pretty 3 year old is our longest term foster cat sadly she has been with us for over six months now and is getting quite stressed in her pen. Cilla likes fuss and attention but lately she has been telling us when she has had enough. We feel she needs a quiet home with no children or other animals and an experienced cat owner, who will give her time to settle. Once settled we are sure Cilla's true personality will shine through. Please can you give this sad lady a chance at happiness?
Next micro-chipping clinic
Saturday November 19th
The Howden Pet Empawrium 10am Till 12 noon
Pets Pad Rawcliffe 2pm Till 33pm
for more details, please contact Ann & Andy on: 07759937781
Cost per animal is £15 (dn14 residents only)
Please support the Goole RSPCA
If you would like to donate you can pay into the RSPCA account with the below details: AC: 80713465 SORT: 40 22 13