I would like to express my sincere thanks to Shenton Park Refuge for uniting me with Odin, who is also known fondly as Odes, Old Boy or Baby! Odin was in the refuge for quite a while and re-homed a couple of times until the day I happened to visit and met him in the exercise area where he came up to me and leant on me, at which point I was besotted and he was mine days later after passing his cat test.
Throughout 2010, The Dogs’ Refuge Home in Shenton Park - Australia’s oldest dogs’ home - will be commemorating 75 years of rescuing Perth’s stray and abandoned dogs, and to celebrate the community is being asked to take a trip down memory lane.
Hi to all you good people at Shenton Park. We just wanted to let you know that Dexter has settled in very well.
This is Fish here, I used to be called Chips. After two successful days in the back yard, I escaped and wandered the area of Safety Bay. Then I came back...
Formerly ‘Tingle’, now my name is Bingle. I wrote this back in November 2009...
Hi all, it's Pip here. My new Mum and Dad adopted me at the start of 2009. Just thought I'd let you know that I'm a princess.
Hi, just a quick note to say Sloan is doing really well, he's established himself in my household and is still very cheeky, but has calmed down a lot. I think he's learning from Lara, my other Afghan, as she's a bit more cruisy and likes to watch the world go by.
Hi, I'm Tango the Jack Russell and I moved out of Shenton Park Dogs' Home in the first week of January 2010, I love my new home and I'm great with people and other dogs, although I like to chase cats!
Hi to all my friends back at my first home, my name is Tex, formerly known as Harry, formerly known as the deaf puppy - excuse me, hearing impaired puppy - who lived in the office.