Not available for interstate adoption
Foster carer needed
Kobi the big plushy touchable cat
gentle playful boy
Male Domestic Short Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- Cat People of Melbourne
- PetRescue ID:
- Kensington, VIC
Kobi found himself at the pound and not coping, so he was pulled out and placed in foster care with Cat People.
Kobi loves a pat and really adores belly strokes and scritches! This is very enjoyable to do as he has the most luxurious dense soft fur that invites a lot of touching.
Kobi utterly adores play... he even prefers it to food, he will run to greet his foster carer and beg for play time. He would love to live with a child that's cat aware and gentle that would play with him a lot, and then he could snuggle up on the couch or in bed with his family. Kobi is currently sharing his foster home with another cat, but hasn't been tested with dogs.
Kobi is looking for a family he can work, rest and play with... is it yours?
Kobi is a healthy young cat. He's desexed, vaccinated, microchipped (#956000009386678), is flea treated and wormed, ready to come with you today.
To adopt a cat from Cat People you'll be required to have a house check done, show 100 points of ID and fill out & sign an adoption contract.
Deposits are accepted to hold cats & kittens before adoption - this deposit is not refundable (instalment payments can be arranged with the coordinator to pre-approved adopters).
Cats from our group are all are vet checked, flea treated, wormed, vaccinated and desexed before being taken home by their adopters. Additionally, all of our cats have been evaluated for behavioural traits, fed a high-quality diet, and well socialised. Please note: all Cat People cats and kittens are indoor only, this is not negotiable.
Adoptions can be done with a two week foster to adopt arrangement for adult cats only.
We will communicate with you through every step of the adoption process to ensure that your experience (and the cat's) is excellent and that you are confident in your decision to adopt a feline companion
Returns are only accepted due to health issues confirmed by a veterinarian.