Piper is a girl who is affectionate and loving with people that she knows and trusts. She had a litter of puppies when she was only a baby herself and now her babies have all found their forever homes - it's finally Pipers turn. Piper takes a while to get to know new people so will need a committed owner who can provide a quiet home environment with a predictable routine.
Piper has never known life as a loved family companion so it will take her a while to adjust - patience will be vital. We recommend Piper for a quiet home with no children. Piper has very little experience with the outside world and children of any age are likely to be too much for her at this stage. If you are thinking of adopting a Pit Bull dog/puppy, but may need to move interstate in the future, please be aware that Pit Bull breed dogs are (currently) a restricted breed in some Australian states. Please check with your local council as rules vary from area to area.
Following Government guidelines during the COVID19 Pandemic we are reducing foot traffic at our Shelter. If you are interested in meeting this animal with a view to adoption - please follow this link; http://www.rspca-act.org.au/adoption-appointments and complete an online application. The adoption fee for Piper is $395.00 which helps to cover the cost of her mandatory de-sexing, vaccinations, microchip and a lot of care from the RSPCA crew. Who says you can't buy love?!
Meet Tac! This darling older gentleman was surrendered to the shelter through no fault of his own, coming up to the age of 18, Tac is looking for a forever home to spend the remainder of his life in. For his age, Tac is quite a healthy dude - he does have some age related needs (he's a little stiff, and we have treated him for an ear infection he had prior to coming into our care) so does require a special diet (Hills 11+). He will also need to be an indoor only cat, though he doesn't mind this life now, as he is a bit slower on the mark. He loves people, and enjoys spending time with the staff, however he is also happy to do his own thing and trot about and explore. We are recommending no other pets for Tac, and older children. Tac is deaf and would love to find a comfortable retirement style home.
Following Government guidelines during the COVID19 Pandemic we are reducing foot traffic at our Shelter. If you are interested in meeting this animal with a view to adoption - please book an appointment with our staff through the link provided https://www.rspca-act.org.au/adoption-appointments