Sweet pair need love

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Art -

DON’T be fooled by his name, Fatty Boy was named for his huge ap­petite for af­fec­tion, rather than his weight.

When he is not purring and de­mand­ing cud­dles, the slim two-year-old loves to show off his strong and play­ful per­son­al­ity.

Cat Haven staff say Fatty Boy would suit an older fam­ily, ide­ally with­out any other pets, as he of­ten de­mands to be the cen­tre of at­ten­tion.

Staffy-kelpie cross Timba is just as sweet as the caramel colour of his coat.

The kind-hearted three-year-old has been at the Dogs Refuge Home for about a year and is more than ready to find his for­ever home — ide­ally a young fam­ily with­out an­other dog.

Timba’s gen­tle na­ture means that he is very easy on the lead and happy to just curl up and re­lax at home.

Visit West­ern Sub­urbs Weekly’s Face­book page to watch Fatty Boy and Timba’s video de­buts.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie d433422

Top: Timba is a real sweetie. Above: Fatty Boy loves at­ten­tion.

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