Not available for interstate adoption
Looking for love
Female Domestic Short Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- WA Pet Project
- PetRescue ID:
- Western Australia
Pinto, coming from the Spanish word for painted, is so named for her coat pattern that can't quite decide if it is spotty or stripy! Pinto loves to play and definitely loves her food, often refusing to share with her siblings!
Pinto is very brave and loves to go exploring. Pinto and her siblings were born on the street, so she is still a little wary of humans, but she is quickly learning that pats and cuddles are good things!
Pinto can be adopted alone, but she would benefit from living with another cat to boost her confidence. Siblings Ares, Lima, Meredith and Cherry are also looking for homes.
She would not be suitable for families with young children, but older children who can respect her space would be fine. She is yet to meet a dog, but she should be fine with a respectful dog after a proper introduction.
Wa Pet Project kittens will be issued with a sterilisation voucher when adopted. This is to be used when the kitten is 5 months old at one of our approved vets.
Congratulations!! Adopting a new pet is super exciting stuff and we're here to help!
WA Pet Project aims to match our foster pets as perfectly as possible with their new homes. We also want to ensure that the potential home is suitable for our foster pets.... So there's a few easy steps we need to cover. To view our adoption process click on the link below:
Please note we cover up to date vaccines whilst the pet is in foster care. The adoption fee does not cover microchip change over fees after the trial is over. For more info send us an email.