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Meet RSPCA's Skylar and Lenny

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Staff Reporters

07 June 2024, 7:07 AM

Meet RSPCA's Skylar and LennySkylar and Lenny are looking for 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.


Skylar and Lenny 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 – Skylar


Meet Skylar (AID 189111), she’s one of many dogs waiting at RSPCA SA’s Animal Care Campus at O’Halloran Hill to meet her special someone.

Skylar is a darling lady and a ball of fun.

She enjoys adventure and would love a human friend to go exploring with and cuddle up to after a busy day. In the evenings, she’s the ultimate cuddle bug and would love nothing more than to cosy up in a rug and have a nap by your feet.

Skylar is a smart cookie and would benefit from some force-free training classes.

This gorgeous girl is best suited to a home without young children or other dogs where she can soak up all of your attention.

If you’re not yet ready to adopt, Skylar is also available for foster care

 

Read more about Skylar and learn how to adopt her.


Smart cookie, Skylar. Photo: RSPCA.


Cat of the Week – Lenny


This cool cat is Lenny (AID 176438) and he’s been in RSPCA SA’s care since he was surrendered by his previous owner in February.

Beautiful on both the inside and out, Lenny would make the perfect companion.

He’s smart, curious and playful with a sweet and affectionate side.

He loves treats and likes to always have something to jump on and chew on.

This angel with whiskers needs to be an indoor only cat as his white colouring makes him vulnerable to sunburn.

Lenny would thrive in a quiet home without young kids or dog residents as he finds dogs intimidating and scary.

He is open to living with another cat resident, but a slow introduction is important.

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


Find out more about Lenny and how to adopt him.


Curious & playful, Lenny. 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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