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Adopt a little cutie from the Friends of RSPCA

Billie is an eight-year-old Tibetan Spaniel. Photo Contributed
Billie is an eight-year-old Tibetan Spaniel. Photo Contributed Contributed

THESE adorable felines and canines are some of the pets you could adopt from the Friends of RSPCA Gladstone.

Adoption days are held at the adoption centre at 17 Albert Rd, Callemondah, opposite the NRG Power Station.

Dog adoption days are on the fourth Sunday of each month from 9am-noon and cat adoptions the third Sunday from 10am-1pm.

To learn about animals at the RSPCA needing a new home phone Judy Whicker on 0417 065 394.

To see more beautiful animals up for adoption visit www.adoptapet.com.au.

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