Robert and Hadley are handsome pets hoping for a new family to love

Sleek and petite: Our black coated feline and pooch Robert and Hadley are hoping for a new family to take them home.

Sleek and petite: Our black coated feline and pooch Robert and Hadley are hoping for a new family to take them home.

ROBERT

Robert is a four-and-a-half-year-old greyhound from Tamworth in search of a new home.

Robert is a large dog with a bigger heart ready to be filled with love from his new family.

He is on the slim side at the moment and will need to gain a little more weight, however greyhounds are slender normally.

Robert will need a home where he can be around people and have the pleasure to lie in the warmth of the sun or on a comfy lounge where he can be that couch potato we know he wants to be.

He is not suited to a home with cats or small animals and will need to have formal introductions if he is to be a friend for an existing pooch.

Robert is desexed, micro-chipped, vet checked, vaccinated, flea treated, wormed, heartworm tested and will cost $300 to adopt.

He is housed at the RSPCA shelter at 10 Karungi Crescent, Port Macquarie.

The shelter is open six days a week from 10am until 3.30pm and closed on Tuesdays and public holidays, or call 6581 0380.

All RSPCA animals can be viewed on www.adoptapet.com.au where you click on Port Macquarie in the dropdown box.

HADLEY

Hadley is a handsome two-year-old short-haired boy, with striking white markings, in need of a special family to care for him.

Hadley is one of nearly a dozen adult cats, currently at the shelter, in need of homes.

He is an affectionate boy who enjoys pats and cuddles and is even social with his feline friends.

He will make a great addition to any home willing to make him a cherished family member.

Hadley is also a rarity as he is a hermaphrodite – outwardly make and female internally. That certainly makes him special. 

Hadley is desexed, micro-chipped, vet checked, vaccinated, flea treated, wormed, litter trained and will cost $100 to adopt.

All RSPCA animals can be viewed on www.adoptapet.com.au and click onto the Port Macquarie site.

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