Another successful adoption - amazing work Peggys promise.. no fur kid will go without the basics!
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Another successful adoption - amazing work, Peggys promise.. no fur kid will go without the basics!
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Peggys promise.. no fur kid will go without the basics
Darling Daisy was born without eyelids. For the first ten months of her life she suffered from painful corneal ulcers and could barely open her eyes. Thanks to Dr Kelly and the staff at Sydney Eye Clinic for Animals, Daisy is now pain free and ready for her furever home.
She is a very gentle girl who would be happiest in a quiet home with older children. She has been in foster care with other cats and a quiet dog.
When Daisy came into care she was very affectionate, but months of medicating her has made her a little wary of us human, and she may take a little while to remember how nice a good pat on a comfy lap feels.
When picked up for cuddles she is a purr machine, but she will not voluntarily come to us anymore. If you would like to give this gorgeous girl a home where she is kept safe indoors, you can meet her in care near Wyong, NSW.
Like all Peggy's animals Daisy is de-sexed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated and vet checked.
The eye clinic where here surgery too place in Sydney, will look after her eyes for life at no charge to the adopter, she will just need to go in for a yearly check up in Sydney.
-You contact us to obtain an adoption application and discuss the cat of interest.
Once the application is completed and returned it will be assessed for suitability. We require a copy of your rental agreement stating you can have pets or a rates notice if you own your own home as part of your applications.
-A Meet and Greet with the cat will be organised with the foster carer/co-ordinator if your application has been approved.
-Payment of the Adoption fee in full. The cat is then handed over with any belongings, and all relevant paperwork and records please note we do have contracts in place that must be signed.
-Once the 14-day 'settling in' period has ended, the change of ownership microchip details are submitted, and the adoption is officially finalised.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.