Meet Bella, Abigail, Ghost and Gregory Grug. These four cuties are currently staying at various SPCA locations across New Zealand and are looking for their forever homes.
Take a look at their ridiculously cute photos and taglines—inspired by Bravo’s Real Housewives—and adopt one of them today!
“I’m the bella of the ball” — Bella
Bella is still a baby—cuddly and cute—but like any baby, she need lots of time and attention. She can’t stay home alone for more than a few hours (at least not for a few more months). She will probably chew up something you really love and pee or poop somewhere she shouldn’t—until you teach her not to. Please don’t choose Bella unless you have plenty of time to teach her to be a good dog. Bella is available to adopt from the Greymouth Centre.
“Don’t tell me you’re my friend. Act like one” — Ghost
4-year-old Ghost is a sweet girl and very calm. Small children frighten her when they move too quickly or yell. She can be a bit shy but loves to come around for treats and pats once she gets to know you. She would love to find a nice quiet home to settle down in. Ghost is available to adopt from the Waikanae Centre.
“Haters are gonna hate, but I just love, love, love”—Abigail
Abigail came into the SPCA with her siblings as her owner could no longer care for her, and got to spend some time with a foster family with her siblings. This is what her foster family said about her: “Abigail is outgoing and has an inquisitive nature. She is independent, adventurous, affectionate and loves meeting new people.” As a 3-month-old, Abigail still need lots of time and attention. She can’t stay home alone for more than a few hours (at least not for a few more months). Please don’t choose her unless you have plenty of time to teach her to be a good dog. You can adopt Abigail from the Hamilton Centre.
“This is one name you’ll never forget” — Gregory Grug
Gregory Grug may look like a grumpy old man but honestly he’s not. Really, he’s a terrified big soft, cuddly teddy bear. He gets scared when he’s introduced to new environments but after the first day when he knows he’s safe and there is plenty of food he relaxes and then all he want is pats, pats,and more pats. So please don’t be put off by his grumpy look—he just needs to get to know you. Gregory also has been given a very unflattering hair cut, but it will grow back and he will have his magnificent coat in no time. So if you adopt him, please get a good brush so he doesn’t need to have any more bad hair cuts. You can meet Gregory at the Renwick Centre.