Opening Hours

Animal Viewing Hours:
Monday - Friday: 10am - 4pm
Saturday: 9am - 4pm

General Hours: 
Most Days: 9am - 5pm
Wednesdays:  10am - 5pm
CLOSED: Sundays and Public Holidays

Pets of the Week

Willie

Willie is looking for a Fur'ever friend
Click Willie's picture to visit his Adopt A Pet profile

 

This big handsome fellow has a lot to offer his new family. He is super friendly towards people and can adjust his play style to suit other dogs. We would love him to have a home with a friendly, playful dog for company. We don't think Willie has ever had access to indoors, and he can be a little cautious in this regard, but we expect him to adjust quickly - once he understands that indoors means comfortable places to sleep, cuddles and Netflix. Outdoors he is happy, relaxed and confident. Willie sadly has never been taught to play with toys, and at the moment, fast movements over his head cause him to flinch away. He will need an understanding and patient family to take things slowly so that he can learn how awesome toys are. The adoption fee for Willie is $395.00 which helps to cover the cost of his mandatory de-sexing, vaccinations, microchip and a lot of care from the RSPCA crew. Who says you can't buy love?! If you'd like to meet Willie, call into the shelter at 12 Kirkpatrick Street Weston, Monday to Saturday between 10am and 4pm or for more information call 6287 8100.

Hokey

Hokey is looking for his fur-ever home
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Meet Hokey! This beautiful young cat found his way to the shelter all the way from Yass, and hasn't looked back since. It took him a long time to realise that the staff at the shelter had his best interests in mind, and since he has let his guard down, we have seen his true personality really spring to the surface. Hokey is still learning how to 'cat' properly, but will come to us for pats, snuggles, and a good purr session. He is looking for a cat experienced home to continue his domestic journey; a home that will allow him to settle in and bond to his new owners at his own pace. During Hokey's travels he has unfortunately contracted FIV; meaning that he MUST be an indoor only cat (his pale complexion would have made this a necessity regardless!). Hokey should be the only cat in his new home unless a resident cat is also FIV positive. Hokey's all time favourite hobby is to eat (isn't it everyone's?) and you will find the easiest way to his heart is through food. If you have had experience with cats like Hokey and you are looking for a new feline companion, we would love to hear from you! If you'd like to meet Hokey, call into the shelter at 12 Kirkpatrick Street Weston, Monday to Saturday between 10am and 4pm or for more information call 6287 8100.