*Open 7 days (excluding holidays)*
Monday to Friday – 8am to 6pm
Saturday – 9am to 5pm
Sunday – 9am to 1pm
After Hours Emergencies: 0419 806 392
Whyalla Veterinary Clinic shared Whyalla Pet Life's post.
2 days ago
We have two gorgeous Black female kittens still waiting patiently for someone to adopt them. AKIRA and AMIKA have very sweet natures, and just want someone to love them. The main thing holding them back is .... their colour!! Research shows that even if you don't consider yourself to be superstitious - they continually get overlooked.
For centuries, black cats have been associated with bad luck and witchcraft. They have long been at the centre of spooky stories and mystic folklore and are known as being a witch’s BFF. This negative stereotype is one explanation—but one study suggests that even when people don’t think about black cats negatively, they still have a tendency to walk right past them at shelters!
Black cats are two-thirds less likely to get adopted than white cats and only half as likely to be adopted as tabby cats. Several studies have shown the staggering preference people have for patterned and white cats.
But we think black cats are beautiful—and this cool trait shouldn’t condemn them to spending 40 percent more time in shelters than their white, tabby, or orange friends! ... See MoreSee Less
Whyalla Veterinary Clinic shared Whyalla Pet Life's photo.
6 days ago
Introducing PEANUTS, now AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION.
Peanuts is a 6 month old domestic medium hair kitten. He is a little timid at first, but doesn't take long at all to come out of his shell. He is very loving and affectionate.
FOR ALL ADOPTION ENQUIRES, PLEASE CALL THE CLINIC ON 86459926 BETWEEN 10AM AND 5PM WEEKDAYS, OR BETWEEN 10AM AND 3PM SATURDAY
For full pet and adoption details, please click on the Pet Rescue link below.
www.petrescue.com.au/listings/620461 ... See MoreSee Less