Pets at the pound

RSPCA animal attendant Courtney White with Bindy the boxer.Staff at the RSPCA are celebrating – a record 20 pets, 10 cats and 10 dogs, were adopted last week.With so much love going round, they are hoping some of this week’s pets will be just as lucky.Bindy the boxer could do with plenty of TLC – and food.The skinny five-year-old came to the pound after no one came to collect her from an Ulladulla kennel. She has put on some weight, but still has a way to go.Bindy has basic obedience skills and can sit, drop and shake hands.She needs secure fencing and is not suited for a home with cats, small dogs or pocket pets.<#start#>Noneoptions={AutoStart:false,DefaultQuality:”High”,PlayerWidth:463,PlayerHeight:260}<#end#>Bull mastiff CJ is six-years-old and would prefer to be an only dog.He enjoys exercise and is strong on his lead.Four little kittens have been hand raised by foster carer Kylie Sledgers and are now ready for adoption.Tabby boys Bronson and Cooper, black and white girl Jaydar and black and white boy Carter are three months old and full of life.Last week’s petsGood news for cattle dog Shadow who found a new home. Stella has moved to Yagoona to look for one there, while Sadie is still looking for a local home.You can see all the pets at www.adoptapet南京夜网.au or visit them at the Shoalhaven RSPCA Shelter, 114 Flatrock Road, West Nowra or call 4429 3410.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.