Mighty mum Mortica and bright Bella at Port Macquarie RSPCA shelter

Their time: It's time petite Mortica and hard luck Bella had a taste of the good life. They are waiting to join loving families.

Their time: It's time petite Mortica and hard luck Bella had a taste of the good life. They are waiting to join loving families.

MORTICA

Mortica first arrived at the pound as an unwanted, unloved and heavily pregnant stray.

She gave birth to five kittens and as her immunity was low she came down with ringworm, which has she has recovered from.

Mortica took a while to recover from this but she has proven to be resilient and a very affectionate cat.

She has a very unique looking hairdo at the moment as she had to be shaved for treatment, but this will grow back in time.

Mortica has a very small build and has done a wonderful job being a mum. But now she needs a home that can give her the time and love she gave to her kittens.

Mortica cannot be placed on hold so come and visit her today.

Mortica is desexed, micro-chipped, vet checked, vaccinated, flea treated, wormed, litter trained and will cost $120 to adopt.

BELLA

Bella is a brindle Staffie cross that was surrendered with her sister. She is three and a half years old and has an affectionate nature.

Bella and her sister had 18 puppies between them but they have all found homes, and now it is Bella’s turn. 

She is such a sweet girl who deserves nothing but the best as her condition when she first arrived was not the best.

Her skin has improved due to good flea control and good food and after a small eye operation she is ready for her new life of happiness and love.

Bella cannot be placed on hold so come and visit this sweet lady today you won’t be disappointed. She is desexed, micro-chipped, vet checked, vaccinated, flea treated, wormed, heartworm tested and will cost $320 to adopt.

Bella 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 is closed on Wednesdays and public holidays. Telephone 6581 0380. All RSPCA animals can be viewed on www.adoptapet.com.au and click onto the Port Macquarie site.

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