Are you suited to an energetic dog? Do you need a cat that will enjoy
the company of young children? Are you looking for a dog to be your
loyal companion? Just like people, animals have varying needs and
personalities so it is important to make sure that pet you bring into
your life will fit in with the lifestyle you lead.
View the questions below and find out your pawfect pet for
your lifestyle, blue, green or orange. Then scroll through profiles of RSPCA animals looking for loving new homes that match their colour.
Once you have finished scrolling through our wonderful
animal profiles and you are ready to make your way to one on our
adoption centres - get a head-start on the adoption process by filling
out our adoption questionnaire (electronic or hard copy) and bringing it along with you.
Are you looking for your first cat or a sociable companion?
Are you looking for your first dog or a low maintenance relationship?
Blue cats are sociable with people and other pets. Blue cats fit into most households with ease and are suitable for
first-time cat owners.
As a blue home, you may have
limited time or ability to train and exercise your dog but
are looking for the companionship of a pawfect dog suited to your
lifestyle. You may have children.
Are you looking for a cat that will be your constant companion?
Would your ideal dog be your regular companion - whether that's out and about or just relaxing at home?
Green cats are social. Some may need time to settle into their new
environment whilst others will race in wanting to liven
up the household! Green cats are the pawfect match for an
owner who wants their cat to be a constant companion. These cats
are suited to a household with older children.
As a green home, you can commit extra time to help your dog with basic training and are happy to invest extra time in
setting household rules. You are happy to walk your dog daily.
Are you looking for an independent cat?
Are you passionate about everything dogs?
Orange cats can be very independent and happy spending most of their
time by themselves. Orange cats may be shy and they
will need a secure place to hide when life becomes a little
daunting. Orange cats are for the owner who is happy to put in a
little extra effort and care for a cat that will become
Orange homes may be dog training enthusiasts who are looking for a challenge and have enough time for daily walks, games
and training. You are happy to provide mental stimulation for your dog when it’s left alone and you can’t be with