Adopt a Pet
Here at Pet Cafe® we are passionate about all pets and who requires that fervency more than an orphan. We have all heard of the physical, mental, emotional and social benefits of pet ownership; And know that pet owners are generally happier and healthier than our non-pet owning cousins.
By adopting a pet you are giving an animal in need a much deserved second chance at life. This is a exceptionally positive and beneficial thing to do and you will undoubtedly be rewarded with a deeply loyal and loving companion.
Listed below is a small selection of pets that are looking for warm and affectionate homes.
Female, Pointer x Bull Arab
Hello I am a really happy, friendly girl. I love people, and there's nothing I love more than big cuddles! Except for maybe tummy rubs... Yep, I really love those too. I especially love children. I have been told that I am FANTASTIC WITH CHILDREN of all ages. I am very patient and gentle with them, just check out my video and you can see for yourself. Ask about my adoption at the Pet Rescue website
Delilah & Tamara
Delilah and Tamara are two gorgeous hens rescued from a battery hen farm when it went out of business. After being caged for nearly 18 months, these girls had never before seen sunlight, felt grass or soil beneath their feet, stretched or flapped their wings. They had missing feathers resulting from stress and constantly rubbing against the bars of their cage, they were underweight, traumatised, and depressed. But incredibly, these two girls (and the many others rescued with them) have made a complete recovery. See more or enquire at the Pet Rescue website
Female, 2 years old
Male, Guinea Pig
Female, Bull Terrier Cross Puppy
My health has been checked. My vaccinations are up to date, my worming is up to date plus I have been micro-chipped. I am only 5 months old and I am looking for a new family to share my whole life. You can find me waiting patiently at Animal Welfare League of Queensland.
Female, 7 months old
Australian Working Dog Rescue is a non profit charitable institution whose primary function is to save working dog breeds from being euthanased in council pounds and shelters and find new homes for them. This 7 month old female working dog has been in care for 6 weeks and she really needs to be out working, as with most working dogs, they lose condition the longer they are in the pound. See more Australian Working Dog Rescue.
Male, Domestic long hair
My health has been checked! My vaccinations are up to date. My worming is up to date and I have been micro-chipped. You can see I am a handsome big boy and I am looking for a new family to call my own. Learn more about me at Animal Rescue Queensland