The eight animals mentioned in this article provide you with a little glimpse of the variety of species at the SPCA right now.
Meet LuluMontreal SPCA
Adopting Lulu means adopting her sister Lola as well, and the SPCA says they sing to one another. How cute? If you've always wanted a little birdy by your side, you could get two for the adoption fee of only one.
Meet BettyMontreal SPCA
The SPCA shared a little note from Betty the turtle, saying " I enjoy walking outside my aquarium as much as my time in the water."
Meet MapleMontreal SPCA
This bunny has an oh-so-Canadian name and is cute as a button. Maple "likes to be roaming free, chewing on apple wood and running."
Meet TeoMontreal SPCA
This is Teo, an elderly kitty that "appreciates quiet and peaceful environments where he can rest to his heart's content."
Meet DorisMontreal SPCA
Doris is a five-year-old pup that requires one to two hours of exercise a day. So if you can keep up with that, she could become your new best friend.
Meet Mrs. FreezeMontreal SPCA
Mrs. Freeze is another adorable turtle that's looking for a forever home right now. Because she's a large turtle, she'll require a large aquarium.
Meet CutsMontreal SPCA
Look at that tongue! Cuts is a mixed breed dog that's described as "energetic, athletic and loves to play with her toys."
Meet AngeloMontreal SPCA
The SPCA says "Angelo is very friendly and companionable. If you are currently working from home, he will hang out in the room with you, dozing in a cozy spot." Sounds like he'd make a great companion.
All of these animals were up for adoption at the time of writing this article, which is subject to change.