Isha was rescued from a kebab shop (with her son Richie), where she was a favourite staff member. She is so sweet and gentle. Loves a chin and neck scratch. She has a sweet, quiet purr. She gets miffed off when you change things (LOL, what a princess), so will need a home that allows her time to settle in. Patience and consistency is key for Isha. She will need a quiet house with no young children. INDOOR ONLY.
Charlie is a very loving dog – a total sweetheart. He adores all humans big and small. You can often find him basking in the sun or sneaking onto the sofa to have a nap. Charlie loves belly scratches and foot massages. He is very cuddly and will always want to snuggle with you. Charlie also has several toys which he loves to play with – his favourite is tug-o-war with a rope toy. When he is inside he can follow the basic commands so long as there is a treat reward. He is fully toilet trained and has recently started crate training which he has adjusted very well to. Charlie has lived his life so far with minimal exposure to other dogs or animals. When he goes outside on a walk he is very alert, anxious and reactive. He has not been trained on the lead so is constantly pulling and is very strong. Charlie goes into panic mode when he sees another dog and will bark loudly whilst pulling very strongly on the lead. Charlie is very energetic and needs a lot of exercise. Charlie is best suited to a household that has two capable adults so they can share the load of the exercising and ongoing training which is required. They should be strong & able to cope with Charlie’s strength and reactiveness on walks. Young children would be ok in the house as he is very good with all humans. However, the person taking Charlie on the walk needs 100% focus and not be having to care for a child at the same time or have any other distractions. A large backyard or lot in a suburb that is not dog dense would be best. Charlie is not used to being left alone (max 2-3 hours) so would suit a household where the owners are not out for long periods of time. Charlie will be a wonderful addition to a loving family.
Two brothers looking to be housed together. Bandit (black and white) is a very affectionate cat who loves being on his human’s lap at the end of the day and will climb into your bed and snuggle if you want him too. Beau (tabby and white) is a very timid cat. He will only ask for affection in his own time but if you are patting Bandit he wants some love too. If he thinks you are not looking you may find him on your bed by morning. The pair are offered together because we think that Beau is more confident if he knows that his brother is close by. You will find the pair often snuggled up to each other during the day. Beau and Bandit love soaking up the sun in the outdoor enclosure. Beau will retreat to a hidey hole if you let him but we recommend that you try and find a way to keep him an active member of your household by not encouraging hiding. Bandit loves a good chat if you want to attempt to speak his language. Both cats really enjoy a workout with their cat wands. Beau loves a bit of cat tv. The pair have been in the system for a while now and they really need one person to put in the time and effort to win them over. We think they both have a tendency to like women more. We would suggest that families or children might be a bit much for particularly Beau who is looking for a quiet home and a regular routine. Although both cats have been brought up with an elderly lab and they get on fine, we suspect that a more lively dog might not be the best fit. The hearts of these two beautiful animals will not be given easily but once won over they will be yours forever.
Adoption Fee: $305 for the pair
This stunning lady is seeking an active adult household who are experienced with handling larger dogs and dedicated to her ongoing training. Acey is an absolutely lovely dog at home. She is incredibly sweet, gentle and well-mannered. When out on a walk, Acey becomes very overstimulated and can show reactive behaviours towards other dogs and people in the form of lunging, whining and pulling on the lead. This is an area she will need consistent and continued work with, and it is recommended she wear a properly fitted muzzle when outside of the home. She has proven she can get along well with other dogs given proper introductions but she would be best as the only pet in the house. Acey also displays separation anxiety behaviours and her new home would need strong and secure fencing. She’d do best with someone home more often than not who will gradually build up her confidence with alone time. She’s a very active girl who will require a daily walk and mentally stimulating toys/activities at home to ensure she keeps out of trouble (she has been known to dig a hole or two!). With patience, love and dedication, we know this girl will grow to be the most wonderful companion.