Not available for interstate adoption
Playful and Cheeky
Female Domestic Short Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- Urban Cat Alliance
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Brother and sister duo Kimba (white) and Lulu (white tabby) were rescued together from Campbelltown when their mummy was sadly run over by a car. They were only 5 weeks old and luckily for them, a kind lady started to feed them while another local reached out to for help with rescues.
They were rescued by Jane, a good friend of UCA, within matter of hours and bought into care with UCA that same evening. Their cheeky brother Hedwig was adopted soon after being brought into care, and now is this cheeky duos' turn to look for their furever home.
Lulu is the more confident of the two, she loves to explore and cuddle with their foster mum in bed. Kimba is more reserved, however when it comes to playing with their favourite toys, he would be doing somersaults and high jumps to be the first to catch the toy.
Both kittens loves to play bed monsters with their foster mum Jess's legs and when they had enough, they will happily snuggle next to Jess, purring themselves to sleep.
We would love for them to be adopted together as they are quite bonded, as poor little Kimba had almost died from a paralysis tick and Lulu had missed him so much while Kimba was admitted at emergency vet.
Kimba & Lulu are approximately 12 weeks old and are both cat & children friendly. They have even won the heart of their older foster sibling - Cleo, resident grump. Cleo even lets the kittens ride on her like a horse around the house. 😂
Please pm us to setup a playdate with Kimba and Lulu.🐾
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Effort has been directed to each and everyone of our furry mates to ensure we understand each feline's personality profile and special needs in order to suitably match you with your new furry companion. All our kittens and cats look forward to meeting you!
As a not-for-profit street cat rescue organisation our adoption fees only cover the costs incurred from desexing and all initial vet work.