Pet Adoption Friday: Meet the adoptees at Animals & Our Community @ Northpoint 2014 Roadshow!

If you are ready to take on the responsibilities in welcoming a new member into the family, why not consider adopting a rescued animal? Meet the adoptees at Animals & Our Community @ Northpoint 2014 roadshow this weekend whose sole wish is to find a permanent loving home! There will be cats, rabbits and hamsters from the following animal welfare groups (AWGs):

Cat Welfare Society
House Rabbits Society Singapore
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Here's a sneak preview of the pets from...

Cat Welfare Society

Sebastien

Name: Sebastien
Age: 3 years old
Sex: Male
Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Sebastien loves being with people and he's a really adorable fella too!

Becky

Name: Becky
Age: 2 years old
Sex: Female
Breed: Domestic Short Hair

What's interesting Becky is that she has an obsession for rolling on the floor. This lovely girl is fairly small in size and has an interesting looking tail.

House Rabbit Society Singapore

Prue

Prue is a happy-go-lucky bunny girl. She's always curious and eager to meet and greet anybody new!

ShalomShalom is a local albino who is friendly, playful, and very sociable. He loves his play area and will make a perfect companion to someone who is ready to invest space, time and love on him. You'll never be short of his many amusing antics!

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

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"Come visit our hamsters! The nocturnal hamster makes a suitable pet for someone who has free time in the evening to bond with this wonderful critter. Hamsters sleep in the daytime and are ready to play when people come home from work. Remember to always keep your hamsters in separate cages! Contrary to popular belief, they are solitary animals who fare better alone!"

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"Gentle creatures who prefer calm and peaceful environments, rabbits do best with lots of space to hop around and explore. The usual cages available in pet shops are too small and owners need to ensure that their rabbit's living enclosure is at least 4 times their rabbit's length! The biggest misconception about rabbits? That they are good pets for children. Fragile creatures who require experienced and confident handling, rabbits can easily get injured by or injure an unwary handler. Ready for a 10-year commitment to a new furry family member? Come visit our rabbits!"

...and many more!

The pets you have just seen will be at the Animals & Our Community @ Northpoint 2014 roadshow along with their friends (who's a bit camera shy which explains why they're not here)! These lovely pets are all looking for forever homes!

Do also check out:

Animals & Our Community @ Northpoint: Activities Galore
Animals & Our Community @ Northpoint; Strike a pose!