Rex seeks new best family

Rex is a mature companion dog who is looking for a new family. Photo: contributed
Rex is a mature companion dog who is looking for a new family. Photo: contributed

REX is a beautiful mature companion dog who would make a great best friend to any family.

He is a seven-year-old German Shepherd/Rottweiler cross who is accustomed to living indoors.

Rex is at his happiest and most content when lounging on his own bed or on a rug near his human companions.

He enjoys being involved with the everyday activities of his family and a daily stroll to connect with the neighbourhood.

If you are looking for a loyal and settled companion animal who is not high energy, come and meet Rex (ID 40041).

He is de-sexed, vaccinated and microchipped and is available at the AWLQ Brisbane Warra Rehoming Centre at 523 Telegraph Road, Bracken Ridge.

Brad is only four months old and is looking for his forever home.
Brad is only four months old and is looking for his forever home. contributed

If you would prefer a feline companion, the centre is also looking for a home for Brad, a four-month old domestic short hair cat.

Brad enjoys playtime, pouncing on ribbons, hiding in boxes and chasing small toys.

When Brad is not enjoying the enrichment and learning he gets from playtime he is eager to cuddle and nestle with people for nap time.

Brad is seeking a forever family who will have time to keep him entertained, well feed and allow him to live safely indoors at all times.

Brad (ID 56920) is also de-sexed, vaccinated and microchipped.

The Warra Rehoming Centre is open weekdays noon-6pm, Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday 10am-3pm.

Phone 3631 6800 or visit for more information.

Topics:  animal welfare league queensland awlq warra rehoming centre

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