DESPITE having just one eye, Checkers is more like a dog than cat, he enjoys chasing balls and playing fetch. He is one year and two month old Domestic Short Hair cross Bengal and is $120 to adopt. Email adoptfromfoster@rspcaqld.org.au to meet Checkers. He is desexed, microchipped, worm and flea treated. Photo: Contributed
DESPITE having just one eye, Checkers is more like a dog than cat, he enjoys chasing balls and playing fetch. He is one year and two month old Domestic Short Hair cross Bengal and is $120 to adopt. Email adoptfromfoster@rspcaqld.org.au to meet Checkers. He is desexed, microchipped, worm and flea treated. Photo: Contributed Contributed

The cat who thinks he's a dog

IF YOU'RE household is divided with both dog and cat lovers then Checkers might just be the perfect solution.

Despite having just one eye, Checkers is more like a dog than cat, he enjoys chasing balls, drinking straight from the tap and playing fetch.

This cheeky cat is a favourite with RSPCA staff and is looking for a loving fur-ever family.

Checkers is a one year and two month old domestic short hair cross Bengal and is $120 to take home.

If you're after an outgoing cat to adopt, he's the one for you.

He already is desexed, microchipped, worm and flea treated.

Email adoptfromfoster@rspcaqld.org.au or phone 3426 9999 to meet Checkers. 

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