Not available for interstate adoption
Female Domestic Short Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- RescueCat Project
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
All photos taken 11.02.2018
Hi There! I'm Maggie- I have officially settled into being in foster care and am starting to wonder when my forever people are going to find me... sure when I came into care I needed convincing about almost everything, but now I love the company of cats, kids and the dogs in care.
In December, when I was rescues, they used the "kitten burrito" technique- where they snuggled me up like a baby for cuddle sessions to get me used to people. I really liked this- and I still prefer to snuggle under the doona, only now I find the people and want cuddles - not vice versa. I will absolutely relax and stretch out besides them and purr and purr when they rub my tummy.
I love the company of people and other cats. I would love to go to a home with another young cat or kitten- as I just love to play wrestles and tag.
I was saved by Rescue Cat Project, my old owner needed some help to understand how to best look after our mum and now she is desexed and also treated for fleas too - the old owner agreed to hand us over to Rescue Cat Project who whisked us away to live a better life, now we are just searching for our forever home..
I am in foster care in Warners Bay - (near Newcastle) NSW.
I have never hissed and have been exposed to people my whole life, but I did have many siblings and previously wasn't given much attention. I am used to the responsible but young (6 and 8 year old) children who are looking after me now.
Mum had stunning piercing blue eyes (the people say most likely Snowshoe- a Siamese) and I have a mixture of these and my dads eyes- stunning and unusual. Like Evie I am drawn to water, but I am the silent sister, she does all the talking for me.
I have been absolutely perfect with kitty litter training (how good am I!).
I have had both of my kitten vaccinations, am desexed and microchipped.
I have had extensive flea control to eradicate the infestation I brought into care with me - phew finally flea free!
We want to make it simple. So this is the process:
(1) You contact us.
(2) We contact you.
(3) You complete our adoption inquiry form.
(4) You meet the Cat.
(5) Subject to Cat Committee approval and a house inspection (plus a modest adoption fee), you adopt the Cat.