Whiskey, Fiddle, and Hugo want to find loving homes
The temps are starting to drop, so nights on the couch would be so much more cosy with a furry friend (we're not talking about your boyfriend).
RSPCA Townsville is full of animals that want to be your bestie, and have a loving home.
Look at this week's RSPCA Pets of the Week!
Whiskey (6 month old Domestic Short Hair female):
Hi everybody my name is Whiskey I'm 3 months old kitten, I am beautiful black and white kitten, I am very well mannered and tend to keep to myself. I love all types of attention, pats, kisses or just your general presence. I am looking for my forever home with someone who just wants to love me to pieces. I can be shy and stand offish at the start but don't you worry I will warm up to you very quickly just give me a little tickle under the chin and I will be yours. I already can't wait to meet you! Countdown is on!
Fiddle (6 month old DSH female):
My name is Fiddle, I am a young girl searching for somebody to love.
Because I'm so young I still have a lot to learn, I would love to live in a quiet house for the rest of my life and have a family to call my very own. I can be nervous and like to hide if I feel scared. You'll probably find I have a few secret hiding places in your house that I can use when I feel like it. If you've got other cats I'd love to meet them too! Nothing nicer than being able to curl up with a family (furry or human) at the end of the day. If you have time for a kitten that needs some love and security I might be the one!
Hugo (1 & a half year old male AmStaffy X):
Hey there guys, I'm Hugo!!
I'm a lovely young dude who loves to meet everyone I see - two and four legged! I've got loads of energy and would be great as a walking (or jogging!) companion. I love hanging out with people and especially love other doggies! So if you've got a furry friend at home who'd love a playful companion then bring them out to the shelter today so we can have a meet!
If you think these pets are right for your home, or are curious about who else you could adopt- get in touch with the Townsville RSPCA today.