Not available for interstate adoption
Calm and Sweet
Female Domestic Medium Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- Little paws orphan rescue
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Hi! My name is Charlotte. I'm an 18 month old black and white princess. But I wasn't always royalty. Not too long ago I was homeless trying to raise my four babies as a single mum. But I was one of the lucky ones. I was rescued and placed in foster care. My babies and I were placed in a loving home and were vaccinated, desexed and treated for fleas and worms. I also tested negative for
for FIV. All mybabies have all been adopted however I'm still waiting for my turn.
I spend most of the day being lazy and sleeping when my foster mum is at work. But when she's home I love having a play session with her and the kids. After playing I roll onto my back and make chirping sounds asking for pats and cuddles.
I'm a bit weary of strangers and loud noises after fending for myself on streets but I'm getting more confident every day. My foster family includes two young girls who are helping to build my confidence.
I'd really like a home where I'm the only cat or be a surrogate mum to a kitten. Personally I think I'm just as cute as my babies. I hope I wont have to wait too much longer for my forever home...
Before adopting a new pet, ensure all family members understand that a pet is an emotional and financial commitment that you need to be prepared to love, house and keep safe for the next 15 to 20 years. This means premium nutrition, preventative health care, regular veterinary check-ups and keeping them inside or only having access to a cat proof area or yard. Pet insurance with accident and illness cover gives you piece of mind knowing your pet can get the veterinary care they may need and you don’t have to worry about the expense.
You can download our adoption questionnaire from our website www.littlepawsorphanrescue.com.au or you can give us a call 0419 260 380 and we can have a chat.
Next step is to organise a meet and greet. Depending on your location, we bring the feline/s to you or you can come and visit the orphanage. There is usually a 24hour wait from the meet and greet to collecting your new family member so everyone has a night to think things over and so you have a chance to get your home prepared. If all goes well and everyone is happy, the adoption paperwork is signed and you collect your new family member.
All adoptions are subject to a two week settling in period. If it turns out your new addition is not quiet the perfect match, you are welcome to return them. The adoption fee is refunded in full if the kitten/cat is returned within the two week settling in period.
All adoptions come with an adoption pack which contains all their certificates and paperwork, information on preventative health care, diet, pet insurance and potential toxins/poisons around the home.