Available for interstate adoption
Ivy - so intelligent
Female Domestic Short Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- Metro Animal Rescue and Adoption
- PetRescue ID:
Ivy is so intelligent and has a soft gentle nature. Ivy listens to everything that you are says and she reacts, she was told not to do something, she stopped, looked and flatted her ears and meow back her dissatisfaction. She reacts to voice commands and is so assertive to what is going on. Ivy is a gentle soul, she came into rescue with three beautiful little kittens which she loved and adored. They have been adopted and now its time for this special girl to find a home that she can call hers forever.
Ivy is an easy cat, she doesn't do anything wrong, she is sweet to everyone. Ivy is toilet trained, she has access to an outside cat run that she enjoys. Ivy would suit a home that either has another cat or she would be happy to be the Queen of the house.
Ivy is de-sexed, immunised, microchip, flea and wormed. Adopter will need to complete microchip transfer form and pay transfer fee of $9 to $12 depending on company.
No medical issues
To find out more about our kittens and cats please call Tricia on 0412 122 612. You will be required to complete an adoption application and agree to a care agreement. A meeting can be arranged with view to adopt, we are able to rescue by fostering our kittens and cats to a network of foster carers across Melbourne. It can be arranged to meet the potential adoptee either from Spotswood or at one of the foster homes.
Deposits will be accepted however only after an adoption form has been completed and approved. Kittens may require de-sexing before they can leave the care of the foster home as they may not have been de-sexed as yet. All Metro Animal Rescue and Adoption adoptees are vet checked, de-flea, wormed, immunised and de-sexed.
All adoptions come with a 7 day guarantee to cover any illness that may have been present preadoptiin, the kitten/cat can be returned with a total refund. Return off cat/kitten must be accompanied by a letter from a vet.
All adoptions require a suitable cat carry cage big enough to ensure a cat can have room to stand.