PERTH residents have opened their hearts – and their homes – to provide a new life to 11 of our 12 strays of Christmas.
Only mum and daughter pair Felicia and Franki now need your help. So if you can find it in your heart to take on this adorable pair, please contact RSPCA WA.
Felicia and her baby girl save big Franki were very timid when they arrived at the RSPCA, but with plenty of love they’ve learnt to trust humans again.
Franki and Felicia are inseparable and will need to be rehomed together.
To adopt an animal, call the adoptions team on 9209 9300 or drop into the Animal Care Centre in Malaga. To see all animals waiting for a second chance at RSPCA’s shelter, visit adoptapet.com.au.
People who can’t adopt a new pet but still want to help a homeless animal can support RSPCA’s Guardian Angel Appeal.
Visit the website rspcaguardianangel.com.a u and choose an animal you’d like to watch over this Christmas.
Perth Detectives are investigating an aggravated robbery that occurred at the intersection of Fitzgerald and John streets on Sunday, December 2.
About 12.45am, a 25year-old woman was walking home and talking on the phone when she was approached by a woman who grabbed her and attempted to take the phone from her.
A physical altercation took place and a second woman left a white vehicle nearby and punched the 25year-old before both women left the area in the vehicle.
The phone was stolen during this time.
Both women are described as being aged from 18 to 25, the first with dark, short hair and a slim build around 155cm tall, and the second with blonde hair, slim build and 175cm tall.
Detectives wish to speak to anyone who may have seen the incident or have dashcam footage from the area around the time.