There are four new additions to the Real HousePets of New Zealand cast—and we guarantee you’ll love all of them.
Meet Isla, Gracie, Lexie and Bear. These cuties are all currently available for adoption at the SPCA at various locations across New Zealand. And, if their photos aren’t adorable enough, they have the perfect tag lines to match their personalities. Check them out below!
“I might only be a pup, but I’ll be the top dog in your house.”— Isla
Isla is a very active cattle x pup who is looking for a rural home where she will have plenty of room to run. She’s a very smart little pup, at 3 months old. Isla will be fine with children in her new home but she hasn’t been tested her with other animals yet. She’s available to adopt from the Whangarei Centre.
“I like to have fun, and I do play games.” — Gracie
Under all this fluff, Gracie is a wee confident girl who will immediately find a place in your home and your heart. She loves to play! She likes interactive games like fish-on-a-stick. She also loves the usual toy mouse, ball, and scrunched up paper–she’ll happily occupy myself for quite some time with these. She’s less of a lap cat and more of a ‘by-the-lap’ cat.
Aged, 2 years, 4 months, Gracie will fit in with most loving households that have time to play, chat, and hangout. She’s available to adopt from the Christchurch Centre.
“I’m a social butterfly. I also love chasing them.” — Lexie
3-month-old domestic short hair Lexie is a very loving young girl. She is good with other cats, but a little unsure of dogs. Lexie loves to play and is good with children of all ages. She would be best suited to a family that is looking for another cat. You can adopt Lexie from the Napier Centre.
“Life without me would be unbearable.” — Bear
Bear, 1, is a big cuddly boy looking for a new home (with a nice sofa!). Cuddles and affection are his favourite things and he’s currently looking for the perfect people who will adore him as much as he does them. Being a typical chocolate lab, Bear has a tendency to turn into a couch potato so he needs an owner who understands that it’s important for him to keep in shape and have regular walks!
Bear is good with other dogs and knows how to sit, but he’s still young so needs someone who can work on his lead training. He’s available to adopt from the the Palmerston North Centre.
For more information about the pets available for adoption at the SPCA —or to take Isla, Gracie, Lexie or Bear home, visit https://www.spca.nz/ or call 09 827 6094.