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Milly is very outgoing and definitely not shy. She came into her current foster carer's home like she owned the place and has taken over. She is very vocal when she wants attention or decides it's time she should eat or that her foster carer should stop what's she's doing and play with her.
She has lots of energy and will race from one end of the house to the other time and time again leaping over any obstacles in her way and she is very good at leaping.
She loves chasing table tennis balls and can often be seen running around with a toy mouse in her mouth, putting it somewhere safe for later.
Despite her liking lots of attention and having lots of energy she quickly got used to the 9 to 5 work day and spends most of that time asleep on her foster carer's desk (as work is sooooo boring). She'll often wake up and pay attention if she hears another voice during a meeting and then she wants in on the action telling everyone exactly what she thinks.
Milly has also accepted an older cat who came into our care: she'd really like to play, but the new foster is not interested, so little Milly just sits quietly and hopefully... so, while she'd be fine as an only kitty, we believe she could be a playmate for a resident feline.
She is looking for an indoor only home with someone who has time to give her lots of attention.
Milly is microchipped, desexed and has had her 1st vaccination. She is ready and raring for her new home now!
NSW Rehoming Organisation Number: R251000023
To find out more information about this animal, or to organise a time to see them, please contact our foster carer listed who will take you through the adoption process.
Our animals are rescued from various pounds and shelters and placed in Foster Care until a permanent home can be found. Our volunteer Foster Carers are located throughout Sydney, Australia and are only too happy to assist you.
DCH Animal Adoptions relies solely on our adoption fees and the generous support of the community to continue our rescue work. Many times, we are faced with large veterinary bills due to the illness and injury that comes along with looking after pound rescues.