Shy types just need lov­ing

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Street Watch -

LOVE­ABLE boy Django is part bull mas­tiff, part teddy bear.

The five-year-old gen­tle gi­ant de­mands con­stant cud­dles from Shen­ton Park Dogs Refuge Home vol­un­teers and would make an ideal pet to a home with older chil­dren.

Although he can be shy at first with some peo­ple and other dogs, Django is beau­ti­fully na­tured, with lots of af­fec­tion stored up to be­stow on his new fam­ily.

It is a mys­tery to Cat Haven staff why pretty pat­terned pussy­cat Hayleigh has not been adopted yet.

The two-year-old ar­rived at the haven in April, but has of­ten been too shy to show off her true per­son­al­ity.

Hayleigh is more than ready to set­tle down and live in the lap of lux­ury in a quiet, lov­ing new home.

Watch Django and Hayleigh’s video de­buts on the Western Sub­urbs Weekly Face­book page.

Mayor Heather Hen­der­son and UWA stu­dent Tim De­lany un­veiled Su­bi­aco’s first in­sect ho­tel on Au­gust 6.


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