Not available for interstate adoption
Rhonda the sweetie pie kitten!
Purrrrrrrs like a lioness
Female Domestic Short Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- Cat People of Melbourne
- PetRescue ID:
Rhonda is a sassy little girl with real spark. She is super cute and literally just loves life.
Everything is wonderful in Rhonda's world. She loves everything and everyone and just wants to play and love and cuddle and play some more. Oh, and eat. She does love her dinner times.
Rhonda will play on her own with toys or in her cat tree but she especially loves playing with other cats and her humans.
At the end of the day when she's got a full tummy and is tired or wrestling with the other foster kitties, she will curl up in your lap and that's when the purring starts. She has a loud, soothing purr that just melts your heart.
Rhonda is ready for her furever home and would love to meet you! She's socialised with other cats and humans. Rhonda is the perfect little family cat.
Rhonda been microchipped (microchip # 953010002046629), desexed and has had her first vaccination.
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.