BOSTON (CBS) — A dog, a rabbit, and a guinea pig up for adoption through the MSPCA’s Cape Cod Adoption Center were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.

Orie is an eight-year-old pit bull mix. He came to the MSPCA after his owner moved to a house where pets were not allowed.

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He is active but pretty easy-going, so he would fit in well with a wide variety of homes. Orie can be with kids, other dogs, or just adults.

Orie is up for adoption through the MSPCA (WBZ-TV)

Otto the rabbit is also up for adoption. He would be a great “starter rabbit” because he is calm. At eight-years-old, Otto is looking for a home to spend his golden years.

Otto is up for adoption through the MSPCA (WBZ-TV)

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Mason is a super friendly guinea pig who is looking for a forever home. Guinea pigs are very social and great first pets.

The MSPCA’s adoption process is conversation-based versus a long paper application to help better match up animals and adopters.

Mason is up for adoption through the MSPCA (WBZ-TV)

The MSPCA’s annual wine tasting is coming up on Nov. 20. Tickets are available online.

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For more information about these animals or the event, visit the MSPCA Cape Cod Adoption Center website.