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Could you give Holly a home for Christmas?
Visitors to Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre are finding hide and seek Holly hard to spot. Could you offer our pet of the week a home in time for Christmas?
Shy Holly spends all of her time in hiding so when people go along to find a new pet, the 11-year-old doesn’t stand a chance of being picked.
Sadly this means she has been living at the centre for nearly a year, the longest of all the cats waiting for new homes.
Staff at the charity think Holly is a marvellous moggy and would love for her to find someone to take care of her. Head of Animal Welfare, Debra Taylor, said: “Holly is an absolute sweetheart. She's a little timid, but when it is quiet she comes out to be stroked.
“She was brought in when her owners became allergic and has been here for a long time. She really deserves a forever home.”
If you are interested in offering Holly a home, or you would like to see the many other dogs, cats and small animals currently at Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre, visit foalfarm.org.uk or call 01959 572386.
If you are unable to offer a home to a pet, but would like to help the animals at Foal Farm, there are lots of other ways you can do your bit, such as sponsoring a resident animal, making a donation, organising a fundraising event or volunteering your time.
About Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre
Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre is a registered animal welfare charity located in Jail Lane, Biggin Hill.
The charity finds new homes for hundreds of lost and unwanted animals across London and the south east every year and has up to 200 animals waiting to be rehomed at any one time.
All animals are neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated and given any other medical treatment necessary. No healthy animal is ever destroyed, and if no home can be found the animal becomes a resident at Foal Farm for the rest of its life. The charity relies entirely on public donations.