Not available for interstate adoption
Looking for love
Female Domestic Short Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- RescueCat Project
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Zelda - queen of Chillaxing
Beautiful Zelda loves to get into her zen space. Her rescue mummy said she's a very quiet cat and hasn't found her purr machine yet. Maybe that will come once she's found her forever home.
Zelda has always been surrounded by other cats so it would be great if she is either adopted with her pretty sister Cookie or adopted to a family with another friendly cat.
Zelda is happy to play with her cat friends and also humans and loves to be patted. She's not overly demanding and is equally happy to have some time out by to chill by herself too.
Zelda and her siblings are just about to have their 1st Birthday on the 26th April. It would be awesome to have them in their forever homes soon. They have been in their rescuers care since they were born. They haven't had free run of a house so will need time to get acclimatised to household sounds.
Zelda is used to being around older children and her rescue mummy thinks she would be best suited to either a family with older children or to a couple or single person. She's deserves to be with at least one other friendly cat.
It would be awesome if her future parents decide to adopt her with her gorgeous sister Cookie. If you are interested in potentially adopting both then check out Cookie's listings
If you adopt a pair the adoption fee for both is $300 ($150 each).
If you are interested in potentially adopting Zelda then please email us so we can send you a pre-adoption email.
None known but happy to discuss.
None, but happy to discuss. Zelda is desexed, vaccinated (F3 1st vaccination), and microchipped and flea and worm treated.
Zelda was born at her rescuers home on the 26 April 2016 after she saved her mummy who was a stray in her neighbourhood.
We want to make it simple. So this is the process:
(1) You contact us.
(2) We contact you.
(3) You complete our adoption inquiry form.
(4) You meet the Cat.
(5) Subject to Cat Committee approval and a house inspection (plus a modest adoption fee), you adopt the Cat.
As part of the adoption change of ownership of the microchip number will be transferred to you.
You will be required to then do NSW Lifetime Registration with your local council as this is compulsory here in NSW. At the time of doing this you will need to present them with a copy of the desex certificate. Most councils charge approximately $50 for this.