PET FRIENDS: RSPCA's adopt a companion is on tomorrow in Brisbane.
PET FRIENDS: RSPCA's adopt a companion is on tomorrow in Brisbane.

Pawfect day for pet parents looking to adopt

BRISBANE Showgrounds will be the scene of pet mania tomorrow when the RSPCA hold its The Big Adopt Out.

More than 20 animal rescue and welfare groups will be gather together over 250 dogs and cats of every shape, size and breed in the one place so prospective adoptors can meet their pawfect adoptees.

RSPCA Qld spokesperson Michael Beatty said the will be loads of people there to help with information on breeds and their needs.

"So, if you're thinking about adopting a new pet, then this is the place to start," Mr Beatty said.  

RSPCA Qld works with different rescue groups throughout the year and scores of animals are re-homed through this vital partnership.

"Rescue groups are so important when it comes to dogs that need one-on-one attention," Mr Beatty said.

"They can give individual care and training until the dog is ready to be adopted.

 "This Big Adopt Out will showcase how this partnership works and why it works so well."

There will be food stalls, entertainment, vet advice and products to purchase for your new family member on site.

Entry is free to The Marquee which is open from 9am to 3pm.


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