Ripley is a whole lot of dog and she’s ready to leave the Shelter and live her life to the fullest. She is one big, but sweet-natured girl, working hard on learning appropriate doggy manners. Toys and tennis balls are some of Ripley’s favourite things! When she isn’t chewing her rope in her kennel, you’ll find this lovely lady lining herself up in the yard ready to catch your throw. Ripley loves to play, and a family with a large backyard and plenty of love to give will suit this darling dog greatly. Ripley loves treats and will make the perfect companion for someone who is committed to her training. She already knows basics and how to shake. This energetic pooch would flourish spending her weekends at training classes and meeting some other friendly dogs – especially boys! Like any pet, Ripley will need plenty of exercise and enrichment in her life to ensure that she is mentally and physically healthy. Ripley walks well on lead and even enjoys splashing around in the water. This gorgeous girl can’t wait to become somebody’s very best friend! If you'd like to meet Ripley, call into the shelter at 12 Kirkpatrick Street Weston, Monday to Saturday between 10am and 4pm or for more information call 6287 8100.
Meet Origami! Don't be fooled by his grouchy face, Origami is an adoring boy looking for his perfect match. A six-year old former street cat with the powers to melt your heart. Despite his background, this cat has the gentlest of souls and shows utmost respect for all he meets. During his time in foster care, Origami was initially cautious of his new surroundings, preferring to keep watch from his safe-spot behind the couch. However, in just four weeks he has blossomed into a loving and (almost) confident cat: he rushes to meet his humans when called, enjoys a good conversation, and collapses into a purring mess at the very mention of a chin rub. Origami likes: chin rubs, mealtimes, chin rubs, and chin rubs. Origami dislikes: the washing machine's spin cycle and anything else that sounds like the washing machine's spin cycle. Origami would like to be an indoor only cat, and is best suited to a quiet household, without children or other pets. With patience, understanding and chin rubs, this cherub will become a cherished family member in his furr-ever home. If you'd like to meet Origami, call into the shelter at 12 Kirkpatrick Street Weston, Monday to Saturday between 10am and 4pm or for more information call 6287 8100.