Red Hill, QLD
20 May, 2022
|Interstate adoption (QLD only)|
Hi, my names Milo!
I may be a little guy but I make up for it in bucket loads of energy and personality. I’m looking for a family that will give me plenty of love and affection I absolutely adore curling up next to my human and being close to them for cuddles and pats. I love playing with my foster cat siblings who I absolutely adore. I also happily amuse myself and end up rolling around the floor wrestling whatever toy I choose on that day, it’s quite a funny sight for my foster mum to witness. My meows may be tiny but I'm a loud and proud kitty and I must be heard, I’m happy to have a conversation with anybody that is up for it! I love belly rubs and you’ll often find me rolling around on my back waiting for one! I’m just a little kitten looking for his forever home, I’ve got a plenty of love to give and just looking for my forever humans that I can call my best friends!
I am happy in any household whether that be with kids, dogs or other cats as I've got plenty of energy and love to share around. I must be kept indoors though so I’m safe and sound and I am also perfectly litter trained.
I would love for you to put in an enquiry for me so that we can organise to meet each other soon, I can’t wait!
**We will contact each enquirer from Pet Rescue within 48 hours**
Welcome to Small Paws Animal Rescue QLD.
We aim to place each of our animals with the best family possible.
Our adoption process may seem a little complex, we ask a lot of questions. But there are reasons for this.
1. Our animals in care are like our children.
2. We want to match the best humans with the animals to ensure you are happy and our animals are happy.
3. We don't want animals to come back to us. We want their family to be forever.
So our adoption process begins with an application being completed.
Once we receive the application we will assess it on face value of the answers you have provided.
Once we can determine if you sound like a good fit, we will call you to chat a bit further.
This is when we will schedule a meet and greet with your potential new family member/s.
We may need you to have more than one meet, especially if you have other pet/s that need to be introduced or children and other human family members.
We will confer with our foster carer, and advise you as soon as possible if you were successful in your meet and greet.
Once we have confirmed your success, we will arrange for the paperwork to be completed including the adoption payment.
We allow our foster carers time to say goodbye to their foster babies, it can be hard for some to give them to their new homes and we recognise all the hard work and dedication they have put in to ensure that your new family member has been safe and is ready to go to their forever home.
We will keep in contact with you for 2 weeks during a "trial" adoption period. There are terms and conditions to be met and we will advise you of these.
Once the trial period has ended we will send you the paperwork for your new family member.
At any time after this - if you need assistance you can always contact us.