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The Rock-itt : February 2010
SNOOPY Snoopy is a 9 year old male Beagle. He is an energetic boy who is used to being with another dog, so a companion may be an option, but not essential. He will definitely need a secure backyard, one that he cannot dig under, and a home with no cats or pocket pets is advised. Snoopy occasionally vocalizes so it would be best if his new family were at home most of the time. He is a lovely boy who loves human company, walks and attention. BEN Ben is a 10 year old male Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. He is a very cute and lovely dog! He would make a perfect companion dog as he would like to live a quiet life. He doesn't mind other dogs, as long as they are not too boisterous, as he doesn't like other dogs jumping all over him. If he does go Home with another dog, he will need to be fed separately so that he doesn't eat the other dog's food. He is highly food motivated as you can see, but it can cause a problem if he becomes too overweight. He would suit a retired or elderly person/couple who are at home a lot for company. CAT Catisa1yearold male Persian X. He is a nice boy who willneedtogotoa house with no other cats because he does not get along with other cats. He doesn't mind being picked up but it would be better if he went to a home with older children. He is quite active, so will need to be able to explore the outdoors, as well as being inside. MUNCHKINS Munchkins is a 4 year old female DSH. She is a little shy and may take a little longer to come to you for a cuddle, but when she does, she is lovely. She is a little wary of the other cats. She is a quiet cat who would suit a mature household with no young children. If you are interested in adopting any of these dogs or cats you can contact Animal Welfare League on phone: 9910 7000, fax: 9979 6762 email:email@example.com or alternatively pay them a visit at 11 Cicada Glen Rd. Ingleside