For all those Sydneysiders yearning for another Uber Puppy delivery, long no more.
The next best thing is here.
The bad news? The puppies won't come to you, you have to go to them. The good news? If you fall in love with one, you can take the little guy or girl home. And you won't have to travel far.
RSPCA NSW will be at Martin Place on Tuesday morning with every puppy and dog currently up for adoption in the state. Commuters can stop for a cuddle or play before heading into the office, or spend their lunch break with a furry friend -- with the pups hanging out in the city until 2pm.
The puppies are in town to raise awareness for the Million Paws Walk, a charity walk raising money for the RSPCA to fight animal cruelty, and people can sign up in Martin Place for the event in May.
Angus will be down in Martin Place, and up for a cuddle on Tuesday.
"There’s still a really common misconception that shelter dogs can be somewhat damaged goods, so we’re taking this opportunity to show just how cute, lovely and loveable they are," said RSPCA NSW media spokeswoman Jessica Conway told The Huffington Post Australia.
"Hopefully the event will get more people fundraising for us because we really do rely on public donations."
RSPCA NSW is aiming to raise $500,000 through the Million Paws Walk. The organisation cared for almost 40,000 animals last year, adding up to more than $40 million in operating costs.
The RSPCA stand will be opposite the Channel 7 building from 8:30am until 2pm.
To warm you up for a cuddle tomorrow, here's a few of the highlights of the Million Paws Walk in 2014.