Not available for interstate adoption
Sabine **On Trial With My New Family**
Looking for love
Female Domestic Medium Hair x Domestic Short Hair x Ragdoll Mix Cat
- Rescue group:
- WA Pet Project
- PetRescue ID:
- Western Australia
Beautiful young girl looking for a new start to life with a loving family in 2018.
Sabine came into care with a sibling and six kittens that they were diligently raising between them, and now the little ones have left the nest she is excited to be getting the life she has always deserved.
Besides from her stunning good looks, Sabine has the sweetest personality a cat could have and in her ideal home there would be plenty of time to spend cuddling with her as she loves nothing more then being with her human and getting her smooch on. She will take a cuddle any way she can; on her back, standing up, between your legs, and if you stop she is not afraid to use her paws and docile tones to get you to start again.
Sabine is not much of a meow-er but she does make the most charmingly curious trilling noise, like everything she sees just amazes her and she couldn't find life any more exciting.
She is currently living with dogs who she tries her hardest to smooch with at every opportunity she gets and could be placed in a home with a dog who will respect her and be her friend after they've been given a slow and proper introduction.
She is also currently living with other cats and is used to feline companionship, so she needs to be placed in a home with another cat to keep her company when her humans aren't around. Sabine is quite brave and gentle and loves to knead and make bread on you but unfortunately doesn't have very good control over her claw retraction, so a family with young children would have to ensure they clipped her claws to avoid any accidental scratchings.
To be eligible to adopt this little darling please complete our online enquiry form:
Sabine has been treated for cat flu and will likely always be prone to flair ups, but with the help of Lysine (added to her food daily) her symptoms are very manageable. Because she is a cat flu sufferer she will need to go to a home with a cat who also suffers cat flu, or, be adopted with another cat who has already been exposed to cat flu.
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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.