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    Singapore cat Mr Woo looks for new home in UK

    NewsCat RehomingMonday 12 March 2012
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    When was the last time you did a bit of knitting? Battersea Dogs and Cats Home are appealing to knitters to help create security blankets for their foster dogs.
     
    When one of their dogs goes to a foster home, they are given a doggy bag and Battersea would like to have enough blankets to put one in every bag. The plan is that, when the dog is rehomed, they take their blanket with them to their new home so it will smell familiar and be a handmade friend in a new place.
     
    The pattern for the patchwork blanket can be downloaded free from www.battersea.org.uk More details are available from 020 7627 7883
     
    There is good news about Twiglet the cat who needed a new home because she cried all day if she was on
    her own. She has now been rehomed and a big thank you is due to her new owners.
     
    There is not such good news about Woo, the cat who featured in this column four weeks ago. Woo is still
    waiting at Southall Cattery for someone to invite him into their home. If you remember, Woo was handed into the RSPCA as a stray.
     
    When examined, they found he had been microchipped in Singapore. Woo has been with the RSPCA since October. The staff have got to know him very well. They call him “Mr Woo”.
     
    He sits on the desk and, when it is feeding time for the other cats, he sits on the food trolley and likes to be wheeled about. However none of this makes up for not having a home of his own. If you can offer this gorgeous boy a loving home, contact Southall cattery on             0300 1230 746       or go and see him at Southall Cattery, Burket Close, off Norwood Road, Southall UB2 4JS.
     
    If you like a boutique flea market, the Mayhew Animal Home will be raising funds at Kensal Flea at the
    Paradise by Way of Kensal Green, Kilburn Lane, W10 4AE on Saturday 24th March 11.30am-5.30pm.
     
     
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