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Sisters seek new scratching post

Moo is part of a bonded pair at AWLQ Bracken Ridge.
Moo is part of a bonded pair at AWLQ Bracken Ridge.

SISTERS and friends for life Roo and Moo are waiting to be adopted from the Animal Welfare League Queensland shelter in Bracken Ridge. 

The tabby and ginger domestic short haired cats have lived together their whole lives and are now seeking a new life and home together.

In return they will offer their new family double the love.

At six years old, Roo and Moo are true companions and will nestle comfortably together on a lounge and will snuggle close to any human.

Roo is part of a bonded pair at AWLQ Bracken Ridge.
Roo is part of a bonded pair at AWLQ Bracken Ridge.

This calm and affectionate pair, who have matching bright eyes, would like to meet any family who would love them as a pair.

Roo and Moo are desexed, vaccinated and microchipped. 

AWLQ Brisbane Warra Rehoming Centre is located on 523 Telegraph Road, Bracken Ridge.

Phone 3631 6800, email warrashelter@awlq.com.au or visit awlqld.com.au/adopt-a-pet for more information.

Topics:  adopt a pet animal welfare league of queensland awlq bracken ridge cat cats pet of the week


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