Marley has been with us a while now at the shelter and whilst we love seeing her big smile and waggy tail, we’d love for her to have a special family of her own. Marley is a particular dog and for this reason needs a particular type of family. Some people can be put off by Marley’s hard exterior as she can be a bit nervous amongst strangers. She might need a bit of time to get to know you, but once she does Marley transforms into and affectionate and loving girl.
If you’re patient and understanding of Marley, you won’t be able to stop her from smothering you in kisses and getting into your lap! There’s nothing she likes better than to be nice and close to her owner for optimum cuddles and pats. Marley loves to play games with toys and is even learning how to play fetch. She can become boisterous sometimes during play so her new owner will need to place some rules around games and get Marley to check-in.
Marley is not a fan of other dogs and will be happiest living as an 'only' dog.
We recommend Marley for a home with no children. Older teens may be alright, but all family members will need to meet this dog prior to adoption. Marley’s owner will need to be dedicated to the welfare of this special lady. For the special owner who takes on this gorgeous dog though, Marley offers a loving reward.
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.
Snuggy & Biscuit
These two rascally rabbits are looking for their forever home! Biscuit is the bolder of the two. This plucky lady doesn’t mind being handled by adults or accepting pats from older-rabbit-savvy children. Her brother Snuggy however is a bit more timid. He much prefers to have his little feet safely on the ground and will need a bit of time to build up his confidence to the level of his sisters.
The bunnies are an inseparable pair and are looking to join a family that can provide them with a safe and secure enclosure either indoor or outdoor. These two absolutely love to snack and chew through a great number of yummy vegetables, especially a rabbits traditional favourite carrots! They’re interest in food also makes them excellent for food-based enrichment play. Try hiding little treats in their enclosure and around and watch them sniff it out.
Most importantly these beautiful bunnies need a lot of love and attention. If you are interested in taking these beautiful bunnies’ home, please ensure to bring a photo of your enclosure and make an appointment with our pet adoption center.
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