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Give a pet a home: Tricky looking for new home

By Liz Mellino

The Shepparton Animal Shelter have a number of pets currently up for adoption.

Tricky is one of the cats being housed at the shelter who is looking for his forever home.

Tricky is an eight month old domestic short hair cat.

He is ginger tabby in colour, with beautiful big eyes and vibrant coloured fur.

Shelter attendants describe Tricky as a sweet natured young man.

He is known for being an affectionate guy who loves licking people and snuggling up to them for an afternoon nap.

While he is quite relaxed and easy going, shelter attendants said he can be very energetic at times so he would benefit from toys to play with or some time each day to explore the outdoors.

Tricky is seeking a loving new home with a family who has time to give him lots of love and attention.

If Tricky sounds like the cat for you, he can be yours for $100. This price includes his vet check, vaccination, microchip, flea and worm treatment, desexing and Greater Shepparton City Council registration.

To find out more about tricky, phone the Shepparton Animal Shelter on 5832 9700. The shelter, at 125 Wanganui Rd, Shepparton, is open weekdays from 9.15 am to 4.30 pm. The council's Pet Exchange Register source number: BR101093. Domestic Animal Business permit number: 19