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Staff Reporters

14 June 2024, 9:30 PM

Looking for a new family pet?Eddie and Zeus are looking for their forever homes. Can you help?

Meet the lovable Pets of the Week, looking for forever homes at the RSPCA South Australia’s animal care campus at O’Halloran Hill.

Zeus and Eddie are this week’s friendly Pets of the Week. These loving animals are waiting to find their perfect family. If you think that could be you, read more about them below.

Dog of the Week – Zeus

This beautiful boy is Zeus (AID 188842) and he’s currently living at RSPCA South Australia’ animal care campus at O’Halloran Hill while he waits to find his forever home.

Just like the Greek God, Zeus is a handsome boy! Goofy, with a sweet and smoochy side. He was left behind by his previous owner and would love to find a caring family who can give him all the attention he deserves. You can't change his past, but you can rewrite his future.

Zeus enjoys adventure, treats, playing with toys, and cuddling on the couch. A smart boy, he’d also love to take part in some force-free training classes.

Although Zeus is not interested in sharing his home with a cat or small pet, he’d be open to living with another dog resident, but please bring your dog in to meet him first. 


Read more about Zeus and learn how to adopt him.

Handsome Zeus. Photo: RSPCA.

Cat of the Week – Eddie

Meet Eddie (AID 187410) – this gorgeous boy has been in RSPCA South Australia’s care since he arrived in January as a stray.

Beautiful on both the outside and in, Eddie dreams of finding a happy home to call his own. He’s a curious, kind and gentle soul.

Eddie can be a little reserved around new people, but with some tasty treats he can easily be won over. He requires a loving and patient parent who understands that it can take time for animals to settle into a new environment.

Once he comes out of his shell and builds a bond with you, he’ll be your best friend and loyal companion for life.

Eddie would like to live in a quiet home without young children. He is open to living with another fur-resident, but as always, a slow introduction is important.

You can visit Eddie at RSPCA’s Animal Care Campus at O’Halloran Hill. 

Find out more about Eddie and how to adopt him.

Gorgeous Eddie. Photo: RSPCA.

Visit the RSPCA RSPCA South Australia’s animal care campus at O’Halloran Hill and add a new companion to your life – you won’t regret it.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) South Australia is the state’s oldest and largest animal welfare charity.

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