Available for interstate adoption
Pepper le Meow
Loves despite everything
Female Domestic Short Hair
- Rescue group:
- Riverina and District Animal Rescue Inc
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Pepper le Meow or Peps for short is an amazing and inspiring cat who, despite all odds not only survived her tragic start in life, also survived a horrific dog attack which fractured her pelvis and left her barely alive or able to walk.
But none of that has stopped her. She fought her way back to health, has learnt to walk again and went through all of this still the most loving and smoochy cat.
For obvious reasons she is apprehensive towards dogs and would be better suited to a dog free home, where she can be an indoors cat.
Peps is jokingly referred to as a Norwegian forest cat due to her Tabby colour with ginger smudges. She loves a scratch under the chin and behind the ears and is an extremely affectionate, loving girl with a very sweet nature. Pepper has been around and held by young children and loves their cuddles.
Prior to being spayed Pepper had a litter of 5 kittens.
She also had an ulcer on her top lip and a milk duct, both have since healed.
As mentioned above Peps did suffer some rather severe injuries during a dog attack including a broken pelvis. She is now walking, running and jumping again as per normal however it would be recommended that she takes supplements to aid in her joint health and massaged regularly, this can be done at home and her successful family will be given a link to a short you tube video outlining the movements. It is simple, just like giving her pats and she dos tolerate it quite well.
Firstly you will need to complete an application with your name and address and contact details for the microchip records. Our online application form is available on our website http://www.radarescue.org/online-application-form
Or an application form can be requested by using the Email Carer feature on the pet's listing.
Please note that while we consider all applications in the order in which we receive them, our animals are not adopted out on a first come, first served basis. Our objective is to ensure that our animals are adopted into the most suitable ‘forever’ home available to meet the animal's (and the person’s) characteristics and needs.
The final decision about which new home the animal goes to is made by the foster carer based on their knowledge and understanding of the potential home and the personality of the individual animal. Sometimes it may take several enquiries before you find the right RADAR furry friend for you!
We will need a non-refundable holding deposit of $50 minimum to hold a pet for you whilst awaiting everything to be finalised, however this amount is deducted from the adoption fee.
RADAR expects full payment on exchange of the pet or prior to it leaving on transport.
RADAR expects you to be responsible for transport costs. We can help source appropriate transport options or help find accommodation if you need to travel and stay overnight.
It is understood that if all goes wrong that you can return the pet safely and unharmed to RADAR for a full refund within one week of the adoption.