3 years 4 months
14 Oct, 2021
|Interstate adoption (WA only)|
About 5670 - Yeti
H-h-hello… my name’s Yeti! I was given my name because I’m a big, fluffy boy who was cold, wet and shaking like a leaf when I was dropped to my foster mum’s door step late one night.
Since coming into care, I’ve really come out of my shell and learnt that indoor life is quite the treat, so now I can’t wait to be adopted and find my own forever home.
I am very confident around people and never hide, however I’m still learning about pats. I enjoy the company of hoomans and will walk around them, sit and watch them and even join in with household activities! I will however, still low growl or give a little hiss when my foster mum approaches me, but hey who doesn’t have a little sass!
When I’m eating, my foster mum sneaks pats in and it makes me quite confused - I seem to be quite torn between loving them and being terrified, but for a few swift moments I let my fears go. I tend to take a minute to soak the pats in and enjoy them before backing away and looking at my foster mum whilst I tremble. As you can see, I don’t have a mean bone in my body - I’m just a scared, sweet boy who up until now, has been let down by human’s.
I’m really hoping that someone out there may be looking for a companion to talk to, or maybe even a friend for their cat - because I’d be the perfect addition for both of those scenarios!
My foster mum thinks if someone was willing to give me a room or caboodle to myself, and will patiently sit with me often, I will soon learn to love affection. The good news is I’m very food driven, so hand-feeding me and giving me treats will work a charm in teaching me how to be a softie. I was quite underweight when I came into care so I eat quite a lot at the moment to regain my weight and get my condition back up to scratch.
I’m really starting to come out of my shell and my foster mum thinks a family of my own is all it will take for me to reach my full potential. She can see how much I want to smooch her and enjoy her affection, but my fear really holds me back. All I need is someone to help me overcome my fears – do you think that could be you?
Companions (Children, Cats & Dogs)
I would prefer a mature home without children, or a home with older children who understand my boundaries and will give me space until I learn to trust people (starting with adults first) as I will most likely want to hide from them if they’re loud.
I am great with other cats and would really like to have another confident feline in my forever home to show me that people are okay. Alternatively maybe you could adopt me with one of the other kitties in my foster home! In saying that, I would be fine as an only cat too as it would mean I’d have all of your attention to myself. I could learn to adjust to dogs as well, provided we are given a very slow introduction. I live with a big woofer currently who I haven’t met face to face, but I see her through the window and hear her so I’m growing accustomed to the noises dogs make.
Likes / Dislikes
I love wet food! I’m served that deliciousness twice a day and will eat as much as you give me. I also have biscuits available to me as I please. I’m very good at using my litter tray and I really enjoy laying in the sun on my cat tower and watching my humans go about their day to day activities.
My PURR-fect home would be with a family who is willing to put in time and patience to work on my trust issues and enjoy my company whilst I find my feet - I would really love someone to sit and talk to me. My forever home would be awesome if it had another kitty friend, and maybe even an enclosed cat run, but of course, these aren’t necessary!
If you would like to meet Yeti, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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5670 - Yeti
Breed: Domestic Medium Hair
Colour: Tabby & White
Adoption Fee: $150
*Yeti’s adoption fee includes vet check, sterilisation, vaccination, microchip, flea and worm treatment.
Medical Notes: Yeti has Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) which is a virus that can affect his immune system, however, he can still potentially live a long healthy life. FIV is transmitted through deep bite wounds. Due to his FIV Yeti will need to be an indoor only cat. FIV cats can live harmoniously with other cats however slow introductions are required to ensure they do not fight.
Yeti was exposed to cat flu, a respiratory infection. He did not show any symptoms and was given the all clear by the vet.
🐾 Perth Rescue Angels recommends Advantage and Advocate from Elanco Animal Health for all of your new furry family members’ flea and worming needs.
Once you have been in contact with our Adoption Co-ordinator we will email an application form to you or you can complete our online form at: http://j.mp/Adoptionforms
1. Adoption application filled out
2. Meet and greet with the animal
3. Fee paid by direct deposit
4. Your new pet can come home!