Billi is after a fur-ever home
A young dog is looking for a fur-ever home after giving birth to 11 puppies earlier this year.
Three-year-old bull terrier cross Billi arrived at Geraldton Dog Rescue four months ago, and president Lenci Illman said she looked like a “keg”.
Heavily pregnant, she held on for a couple of weeks but eventually, she started to whelp.
A couple of team members worked through the night to help her, but she needed a C-section. Unfortunately, Billi lost three of her little pups.
The rest of her brood has been re-homed, and now she’s looking for her own place to live.
According to the rescue, she is a special girl — calm, social, loving, attentive and easy to have around.
She loves long days spent by your side, but isn’t needy and can also handle time alone. Billi loves a chat, has some manners and is house trained.
She holds a special place in the hearts of the Geraldton Dog Rescue team members and volunteers, and they said it would not be easy letting her go.
If you can offer her a top-notch home for the rest of her days and are prepared to keep the shelter updated, please call 0400 219 719 and leave a voice mail.
Ms Illman said people should not bother calling unless you want to make Billi part of your family who is allowed on the couch — she deserves to be the “queen of your life!”
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