Cooper and Elijah are a bonded pair of felines at RSPCA Bundaberg and they are looking for their perfect home together.
This week RSPCA Bundaberg is showcasing some of the long-term cats and dogs who are waiting patiently for their new homes.
Cooper and Elijah are both black and white domestic cats and are known to be chatterboxes, bonding over biscuits at RSPCA Bundaberg.
When first arriving at the RSPCA shelter Cooper was timid and shy, but as he settled in and relaxed his true personality sparkled.
RSPCA Bundaberg staff said Cooper has been desexed, microchipped and had a health check, and tested FIV, which returned a negative result.
While Elijah has also had the same medical treatment, he is not shy when it comes to asking for treats and can be quite vocal.
“He'll take all the head rubs you can offer,” RSPCA Bundaberg said.
“But he hasn't always been like that. He's a recent graduate of our rehab program and needed a bit of extra help to get over his under-socialised past.
“And (he) has come such a long way – but we never doubted that he had it in him.”
RSPCA Bundaberg helps more than 750 animals find new families every year, giving second chances to animals in need.
In addition to adoptions, they offer a range of services for your furry friends including hydro bathing and boarding facilities.
All proceeds from our hydro bath and boarding services go back to the RSPCA to help local Bundaberg animals in need.
Located at 31 Doblo Street, they are open 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday to Saturday and 10 am – 2 pm on Sunday.
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