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RSPCA's adopt-a-pet of the week, give a pet a second chance

MORE PATS PLEASE: If you are looking for love, three-year-old Mouser has lots to give.
MORE PATS PLEASE: If you are looking for love, three-year-old Mouser has lots to give. Sonia Vine

RSCPA shelters across the state are at capacity and the South Burnett Times has offered to help find new homes for some of the Kingaroy shelter's residents.

This week's pet is Mouser, our first feline. 

He is a few months shy of his fourth birthday and a little bit exotic.

Mouser is an Abyssinian cross domestic short hair and while he is sweet, he is not a small cat. 

Smooching is one of his favourite activities and he lives for pats. 

His adoption fee is $180, including desexing, microchipping, vaccination, flea, worm and heart worm treated and comes with a bag of Hills Science Diet dog biscuits. 

Just pop down to the Kingaroy shelter on Warren Truss Dr and ask for Mouser!

Kingaroy RSPCA takes in 120 stray animals every month and is the perfect place to start when looking for a new addition to the family.

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