Adopt One of This Week’s RealHousePets of New Zealand!

They're cute, cuddly and are looking for their forever homes.

Four new furry faces just joined the Real HousePets of New Zealand cast—and they’re all available to adopt from the SPCA.

Buddy, Boo, Tammy and Postman Pat are currently housed at SPCA locations across New Zealand are are looking for new families. Check out their adorable profiles and taglines below!

“I may be a princess, but I’m definitely not a drama queen”— Tammy 

Tammy is a beautiful ‘torbi’ female (she has a tortoiseshell and tabby markings) with a lovely gentle personality. She spends most of her time hanging out in cubby holes watching the world go by. Her favorite part of the day is when nice people visit her and give her pats. Tammy LOVES scratches, especially around the ears and under the chin. She becomes very smoochy if you’re nice to her! She would best suit a home that isn’t too loud, as she might find that worrying, but older children should be okay. Say hello to Tammy at the Wellington Centre.

“Just try and say no to me” — Boo

Boo is a happy 1-month-old pup who is smart and quick to learn. He is looking for an active country home. Please come and meet him if you have room for a new companion in the family! Boo can be adopted from the Whangarei Centre.

“You’ve got a friend in me”— Buddy

Buddy is a 3-month-0ld Border Collie X. He loves playing and never gets tired. If you like frisbees, balls, sticks or other fun toys, then he’sthe dog for you. He would love to do obedience and learn tricks, and will try his hardest to please you. If you like to sit on the couch and watch TV, please don’t choose Buddy! Meet Buddy at the Kerikeri Centre.

“Postman Pat had a black and white cat, and you could have one too” — Postman Pat

Postman Pat is a beautiful long haired boy, who will need regular grooming to keep his coat in top condition. His is a bit shy but just needs a nice quiet home to call his own, and where he can have the chance to bloom. Postman Pat can be adopted from Palmerston North Centre.

For more information about the pets available for adoption at the SPCA—or to take any of these cuties home—visit or call 09 827 6094.

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