Jackson in search of a new Gold Coast family

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a Gold Coast family will soon adopt Jackson who has been waiting for a new home since August 22. 

He’s a five-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Australian Kelpie who has lots of love to give to a lucky owner.

He leans on you for a cuddle before showing off with a couple of tricks. He also gets on well with other dogs and loves a good game of fetch.  

Jackson would be a good family dog or companion for the dog you already have.

He has been wormed, vaccinated, desexed, micro-chipped and issued with a clean bill of health.

Jackson is hoping a family will visit the Animal Welfare League’s Rehoming Centre on the Gold Coast and adopt him.

WEB: www.awlqld.com.au/adopt-a-pet | PHONE: 07 5509 9030 | ADDRESS: Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216

The handsome Waldo wants a new home

Waldo

PET OF THE WEEK: Waldo is a one-year-old Dalmatian cross Cattledog waiting to be adopted from the Gold Coast shelter. PICTURE: Supplied

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a Gold Coast family will soon adopt Waldo the very handsome Dalmatian Cattledog. 

He’s a one-year-old super playful boy who loves nothing more than to run and play with his furry friends.

He’s an active fellow with a gorgeous personality who gets on great with dogs and people.

He’ll do well with daily exercise and stimulation, is a great listener and responds well to commands.

He has been wormed, vaccinated, desexed, micro-chipped and issued with a clean bill of health.

Waldo is hoping a family will visit the Animal Welfare League’s Rehoming Centre on the Gold Coast and adopt him.

WEB: www.awlqld.com.au/adopt-a-pet | PHONE: 07 5509 9030 | ADDRESS: Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216

Please take note of the Animal ID before contacting the re-homing centre.
Tilly’s ID: 24005 | Shelter Tag Number: 904076

Nato the cat on the hunt for new home

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a family on the Gold Coast will soon adopt Nato the cat.

Seven year old Nato is a big, handsome boy who is such a smooch and loves attention.

He adores company and will happily sit with you, roll around and receive all the pats and cuddles you can give him.

He will make a wonderful and affectionate new family member.

You can meet Nato at the Gold Coast Animal Welfare League QLD Rehoming Centre.

WEB: www.awlqld.com.au/adopt-a-pet | PHONE: 07 5509 9030 | ADDRESS: Shelter Road, Coombabah, Qld, 4216

Brooke the cat looking for affectionate family

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a loving Gold Coast family will soon adopt Brooke the cat.

Brooke is an eight year old cat who is super affectionate and cuddly but is being overlooked because of her age.

She is a female ginger tabby, which the Animal Welfare League say is  rare as most ginger cats are predominately male

Brooke is a friendly little cat who loves having her head tickled and scratched and would curl up and keep you company all day long if you would let her.

Brooke is available for adoption from the Gold Coast rehoming centre located at Shelter Road, Coombabah.

For more information, phone 07 5509 9030 or visit awlqld.com.au

Shadow the cat looking for new, playful family

THE Animal Welfare League is hoping a family on the Gold Coast will soon adopt Shadow the cat.

Shadow is a very handsome six year old boy who would love a family to call his own.

He has an affectionate and calm personality and would love to lounge around at home with you.

Shadow has had his right hind leg removed but that doesn’t slow him down one bit, he loves to play and gets on with other cats.

Shadow is available for adoption from the Gold Coast rehoming centre located at Shelter Road, Coombabah.

For more information, phone 07 5509 9030 or visit awlqld.com.au