Meet our lovable Pets of the Week looking for forever homes at the RSPCA ACT Shelter!
Ms Moneypenny and Muffy are this week’s friendly Pets of the Week! These lovely animals are waiting to find their perfect match. Think that could be you? Read more about them below!
Bird of the week: Ms Moneypenny
“Oh, James!” Ms Moneypenny hasn’t actually featured in any James Bond films, but she has all the characteristics: she’s shy, lives in an office where she chats all day, and she’s gorgeous (far prettier than any Bond girl).
She’s an Indian Ringneck and is slowly getting used to domestic life after finding her way to the RSPCA ACT shelter as a stray.
While she’s great company for us in the office, she ideally needs an owner with a large indoor cage, experience in owning medium-sized parrots and some patience.
Visit Ms Moneypenny today. Perhaps you can be her 007 and help her become the magnificent bird we believe she’s destined to become.
Cat of the week: Muffy
Muffy is a stunning Domestic Short hair, desperate to find her forever companion. She’s a classic lounge cat. She lazes around and loves company.
Muffy was brought into our care as a stray but was already microchipped and desexed. She’s been loved before, but her previous owners have never come forward to claim her.
She longs to be back in a home instead of our shelter. She doesn’t need to be entertained all day; in fact, she’s quite happy to do her own thing, although she loves attention.
Muffy is the ideal ‘ready to go’ pet – all she needs is you. Drop by the cattery at RSPCA ACT and you’ll soon see why she’s a staff favourite.
Paw note: Great news! The very affable and charming cockatoo, Charlie Brown, who was last week’s Pet of the Week, has been adopted to his forever home.
Visit RSPCA ACT today at 12 Kirkpatrick St, Weston, and add a new companion to your life. You won’t regret it!
Animal viewing hours
Monday to Friday: 10 am – 3 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 4 pm
Sunday and public holidays: Closed.
If you are interested in meeting these animals with a view to adoption, come down to the shelter.