Stop non-desexed pets
NAMED after the Welsh towns loved by their owner, Abba and Gavenny are poodle x dogs and are 10 years of age. This brother and sister duo are great mates and must be rehomed together.
This pair are inside dogs that like to sleep next to your bed at night.
Best suited to a family without small children and with someone that will include them in the family.
4Paws will assist with some of their ongoing medical care. Phone 0400 251 396 or 0411 144 689 to meet these lovely dogs.
Shelters are full to overflowing and each day the calls to take more and more animals pour in.
There have been a multitude of kittens, puppies dogs and cats of all ages coming in to shelters all over Queensland and there are a lot of animals that are not desexed having more litters.
Sometimes people on a limited income find it a struggle to desex their pet.
The National Desexing Network is a referral system made available to pet owners in financial need to help spay or neuter their animals.
If you need this assistance, visit www.ndn. org.au or phone 1300 368 992.
The Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge also have their DeSex in the City program running where you can have your cat desexed for $49.
Phone the refuge on 5494 5275.