We are appealing for London animal lovers to foster a homeless pet for Christmas.
Our Central and North East London branch is looking for animal lovers who will be staying at home over Christmas and willing to take in a cat or rabbit to care for over the festive period.
The branch is already inundated with unwanted cats and is expecting even more to be abandoned over Christmas.
Help an unwanted animal over Christmas
Branch manager Jenny Eden said:
We want to hear from people who would like to do something special and help an unwanted animal over Christmas.
We take in so many cats that have been unloved, abused and dumped on the street and desperately want some comfort and some care.
You could give a cat its best Christmas ever and help it get a new home in the New Year.
The animals are all looking for new permanent homes so fosterers would only be asked to keep them for a couple of weeks over the festive period. As well as cats the branch is also looking for foster homes for rabbits.
The RSPCA provides a starter pack including litter tray and carrying basket and will take care of any vet visits - fosterers are just expected to pay for food.
Can you help?
Anyone interested in helping an animal over Christmas can contact Jenny on 07557 118484 or email: email@example.com
Find out more about fostering
Fostering can make a huge difference to the rehabilitation of an animal and their chances of finding a forever home.
Check out our volunteering pages and find out more about fostering.