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Furry Friends Animal Rescue Qld Inc.
ASH along with her two sisters were found in a barrel.
With a very poor start, Ash and her two sisters were incredibly shy, not letting anyone touch them. An attempt to make contact resulted in sporting and a swipe or two.
Ash was so terrified when her foster mother when to pick her up, that she literally froze stiff whenever you came near her.
Ash's comfort with humans is getting better every day. More and more she's learning to trust humans again. While she isn't a very cuddly kitten yet, her foster mother can or her gently and she LOVES to play!
Ash is still a very shy kitty and will need lots of patience, love and a quiet home to grow.
Age: 16 Weeks approx (as at 25/8/16)
Cuddle scale: Very timid. Working at becoming a certified cuddle monster/purrolympic athlete
Litter Trained: yes
Cat Friendly: very timid- doesn't mind her foster mother's cats.
Dog Friendly: unsure
Child Friendly: probably not - potentially older children.
Indoor ONLY cat
Vet work completed: not yet. We are focusing on giving her the love she needs and building trust. She will be desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and flea treated before moving to her forever home.
Location: Ferny Grove
Diet: eats wet and dry food - Royal Canin
Contact email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ash has been exposed to cat flu so must be rehomed with cats whose vaccines are up to date, but she herself has never shown flu symptoms.
1. Initial enquiry
2. Interest form and arrange to meet the pet
3. If agreeable after meeting the pet, pay the adoption fee and arrange to take the pet home.
4. Dog adopters will have a fence check to ensure their doggy won't run away!
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.