Hi, my name is Banjo!
I have been waiting
5 DAYS for a home

Learn more about Banjo

Introducing Rusty and Banjo, a charming duo looking for a loving new home together! Banjo, with his luxurious coat, and Rusty, his loyal companion, are a closely bonded pair of undesexed males who are ready for a fresh start. These boys have been living the good life and are used to being pampered and well-handled. They are affectionate, social, and always eager for a cuddle. Banjo, with his beautiful, thick fur, requires regular grooming to keep him looking his best. He enjoys the attention and will happily sit still while you brush him. Banjo is the adventurous spirit of the pair, always curious and ready to explore new surroundings. Both boys need a large indoor cage where they can comfortably stretch out and enjoy their time together. They thrive on interaction and will bring endless joy and companionship to their new family. If you have room in your heart and home for this delightful duo, Rusty and Banjo will reward you with double the love and affection. Adopt Rusty and Banjo today and give them the fresh start they deserve!


Adoption Fee

My Fast Facts

Animal ID:



Sheba Mini Yak


3 Years




Tri Color


1.2 kg




Gold Coast Rehoming Centre

Shelter Road Coombabah QLD 4216


07 5509 9000


Tues to Fri 10am-5pm/ Sat & Sun 10am-4pm

My Health Check

  • My health has been checked
  • My worming is up to date

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