Surrey Woking & District Branch
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Chad was looking for a long-term foster home. He was a mature gentleman of 12 years old. The amazing Eileen took him into her home and has given him the life he deserves. He is a loveable boy who just wanted someone to love him and give him some TLC in his twilight years.

He is thriving and settling in well - Eileen adores him including his snoring!! I think we can all agree that he is utterly adorable!! Massive THANK YOU to Eileen.



This adorable young chap was found wandering the streets and was brought into our care. He was very nervous and unsure of life...

He has now found his forever family! He is living the life of luxury and has two new siblings to play with. They are doing a great job of showing him that the world isn't such a scary place. He is much loved and is now one of the "3 Musketeers!"


This lovely, gentle and polite boy was looking for his forever home. He has a wonderful temperament and with his beautiful looks he wasn't short of attention! He is now with his new family who adore him! He is a pleasure to be around. He has settled in beautifully and loves to recline in his favourite armchair!      

Mind the Gap

Last year, the RSPCA Surrey Woking & District Branch took in a tiny kitten with a big heart and bigger character. Today, we are happy to see him visit the vet for his first yearly booster! Mind the Gap was found wedged in a tiny space and desperately in need of help. Thanks to Pete Yard AWO this was achieved!

With careful manoeuvring, Mind the Gap was rescued and taken immediately to the vets.

X-Rays showed he had a badly damaged pelvis and spine. Months of cage rest and pain relief followed. After many visits, he became a celebrity at the vets and he gradually made progress and began to walk properly.

Finally, after 6 months in recovery he was signed off by the vets and ready to start the process of finding a new family and his forever home...

But... It was the case of a failed foster and Gap has moved in for good!!




















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