Ranger looks for that perfect forever home
THE Maryborough and District Animal Refuge has dozens of pets available.
All animals are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, registered (except cats) and up-to-date with flea and worm treatment.
The refuge is always looking for donations of food, finances and/or sponsorship.
There are boarding facilities for cats and dogs at affordable rates.
One super-special for Herald readers is four-year-old Mastiff cross Ranger.
Ranger has been with us too long and we are desperate to find this sweet man a forever family.
He is a big, fun loving boy who loves to play fetch with his humans until the sun goes down.
Fetch and tug toys are his favourite.
His hobbies include rolling in the wet grass, playing in puddles and plenty of pats.
Ranger has previously lived with cats and is dog friendly.
He is a lovely natured boy who deserves a loving home.
Ranger's adoption fee has been lowered to $200 in an effort to find him his perfect home.
This fee covers council registration along with all vet work completed.
If you are looking for a forever feline, then seven-month-old Manx cross domestic short hair Puddin is your kitty.
Puddin is a sweet, affectionate girl and has been with the refuge since a kitten and is now the longest term cat.
Puddin is rather small for her age and has a cute little bob tail.
She would love to finally find her own forever family and can be adopted with all her vet work completed for $180.
DO YOU HAVE A HOME?
For more information visit 765 Kent Street, behind the Maryborough Cemetery, visit Maryborough Animal Refuge on Facebook, visit their website or phone 41231712.