Max needs a new best mate

Pilbara News - - Opinion -

Affectionate, clean, un­de­mand­ing and play­ful Max is on the look­out for love.

This two-year-old cat’s best mate Gwyn­nie has been adopted, leav­ing him a lit­tle heart­bro­ken.

They met at the cat­tery and have since spent many days hang­ing out to­gether in their foster home.

Max was orig­i­nally aban­doned and left to starve be­fore he came to SAFE.

Now he loves it when his hu­mans are home, comes up for cud­dles and purrs on their laps.

He is great with gen­tle chil­dren and loves to play with his toys.

He is de­sexed, vac­ci­nated, mi­crochipped and wormed.

Can you help Max find his next love?

Call SAFE Kar­ratha on 9185 4634.

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