Kelvin Grove, QLD
9 years 11 months
25 Oct, 2021
|Interstate adoption (QLD only)|
Name : Larry
Breed: Handsome Tabby (dsh)
Age : 9 years
Weight: 5 kilos
Wormed : yes
Cat Friendly : yes/selective
Dog Friendly: yes/selective - prefer small calm dogs
Child Friendly : Yes
Fence type required : indoor only cat
Location : Kelvin Grove
Adoption fee: $135
Larry's profile bio -
I'm a friendly senior boy who loves company and being part of the family. I like to explore my surroundings and to know what's going on
Im very affectionate and love to snuggle. I'm not always keen on being picked up though, however I'm gentle and rarely/never scratch
You provide the pats and I'll provide the purrs
Larry's real bio -
I love wandering around the house all night, banging and meowing at closed doors in case I might be missing out on something.
I also love to snuggle, best place is on your chest, neck and head ... Maybe that should be I love to snuggle and smother
Mostly I love company and food ....
I'll provide the purrs if you provide the food
Please fill out the online application only, no enquiries. Please put in as much information as possible, make it very comprehensive.
Please Apply here
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The adoption process is as follows.
1. Please Apply here
2. Please include as much information as possible, ask questions in the comments section of the application.
3. All suitable applicants will be contacted via phone and given a phone interview.
4. After the phone interview we will make arrangements for you to meet the dog.
5. After meeting, and if all parties are agreeable, we will have a home inspection.
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