SO CUTE: Kaito gets along with other cats.
SO CUTE: Kaito gets along with other cats. contributed

Refuge pets, a fantastic addition to the family

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 two-year-old German Shepherd cross Husky Akela.

Akela is a genuinely sweet and soft-hearted girl.

Refuge staff feel she would be well suited to a family with children who love to play and keep her active.

 

Akela will shower her humans with love.
Akela will shower her humans with love. contributed

Akela seems to get on well with other dogs at the refuge and we believe she would enjoy having another dog to keep her company.

She will need six-foot wooden fences. Akela will be a fantastic addition to the family and will shower her humans with love and affection.

Her adoption fee was $315.

Another forever addition to a loving family would be four-month-old, domestic short hair Kaito.

Kaito loves to follow you around and be your little shadow as you go about your business, hoping to get pats as you go. She is a beautiful girl and gets along well with other cats.

Kaito has been here for two months patiently waiting for her forever home and we would love to see her go to a home where she can have plenty of cuddles and be someones little sidekick.

To take Kaito home forever will cost $180.



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