Available for interstate adoption
Sweet, gentle nature
Female Domestic Short Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- Rhonda's Treasures
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Introducing the gorgeous Adele
Adele is a beautiful , pale ginger , female which is quite rare as most ginger cats are male.
Adele is a very quiet, smoochy, loyal, young adult (approx 18 months old) who is very devoted to her foster carer.
Adele prefers the company of the human kind and although she will tolerate other cats she is most happy when she doesn't need to share your attention with other pets.
She is a gentle girl who is used to primary school age children though if she finds it all a bit too much she will seek solitude and find you again when the household is quiet.
Adele can be on the reserved side and will shy away from new people but once she feels comfortable you will see her true nature emerge and she will make a devoted companion. The longer she has been in foster care the more confident she is becoming. She no longer why's away from unfamiliar people❤️
Please consider this gorgeous girl if you are looking for a young adult to join your household as she is so deserving of her own forever home.
Adele is in foster care in Boambee. Please inbox the page to arrange to meet this Devine girl.
Adele is microchipped, fully vaccinated, desexed and up to date with worming and flea treatment.
Adele is $200 to adopt.
If you would like further information please SMS the mobile number provided.
Alternatively you can check out our Facebook page Rhonda's Treasures Rescue Group
Adele is microchipped, vaccinated, desexed and up to date with worming and flea treatment.
Please contact foster carer directly either by SMS to mobile ( preferred) or email using the contact details provided in the individual adds.
Our cats/kittens can be taken home the day you meet them (provided they are 8 weeks of age ) so please bring a suitable carrier in anticipation of adoption. An appointment with the individual foster carer will be made prior to adoption in order to meet the cat/kitten and you will be required to give a little information about the home you are offering to make sure that the cat/kitten will suit your home environment.
You then pay the foster carer the adoption fee on the day, fill in some paperwork, and will be given the vaccination and desexing certificates as well as copy of change of ownership forms and will be given a receipt of adoption.