Every year the RSPCA provides shelter to thousands of animals that are in need of a good home. All RSPCA animals have undergone health and behaviour assessments to make sure they are suitable for adoption as companion pets. Dogs and cats are also desexed, microchipped and vaccinated to help give them the best possible fresh start. By choosing the adoption option, not only are you giving a new home to an animal in need, but your support will help the RSPCA care for many more animals.
Here are some stories to warm your heart...
Harvey is a beautiful Golden Retriever, who sadly came to the RSPCA as a puppy after he was found locked in a suitcase. RSPCA Inspector Tyson soon discovered that Harvey was put in the suitcase because his owner was having his carpet cleaned before a property assessment and had to leave for an exam. Luckily for Harvey he was adopted by a wonderful family who include him in everything they do. He’s now loving life playing in a big backyard with a pool where he can swim to his heart’s content. Harvey’s family think they’re the lucky ones though to have found him at the RSPCA!
Popcorn and Caramel
Popcorn and Caramel came to the RSPCA on their own but soon became best friends and when their new family came looking for a small pet to love, they were adopted together! This cute duo now enjoy their days in their hutch nibbling on grass and strawberries, which are their favourite foods. They enjoy coming inside at night for warmth and sometimes sneak into bed in the morning for cuddles.
When Lynda and her family met Miah they fell immediately in love. This was good news for Miah who sadly had a very rough start, coming to the RSPCA after she was found confined in a small cage that was so rusted it had to be broken so she could be removed. Renamed Miah, to represent her new found freedom, her family say Miah gives them so much love and laughter, and their lives feel so full with her in them.
Cleo was surrendered to the RSPCA as a kitten during the very busy breeding season. During this season RSPCA shelters across the country receive hundreds of kittens and their mothers in need of new homes. 10 years later, Cleo’s family say that she is a much loved member of the family who’s always reliable to greet you at the door when you get home and show you plenty of attention.