4 years 6 months
Paws and Recover
23 Feb, 2024
Interstate adoption (ACT, NSW)
I'd prefer a home that
Doesn't have kids under 5
About Baby Grey & Earl Grey
These two boys were from a litter of 4 beautiful male cats (The Greys) who arrived into foster care around June 2020. Their brothers settled in to a new home late in 2021 and now it is their turn to look for a forever home. They will need a lot of time to settle in and are looking for people who understand they are worth the wait.
Baby Grey was very scared when he arrived in foster care, hence his name. He was much more timid than his three brothers and he hid behind the washing machine for a long time. It wasn’t until he cautiously emerged that his full stunning self was revealed – he has stunning markings and a sweet, angelic face.
This gorgeous tabby is destined to be a cuddle king. He loves being patted and sitting on his foster carer’s lap and he doesn’t mind being picked up for a few minutes now and then. As a former street cat, he is still getting used to human contact and will take a while to warm up to a new family. In exchange for your patience, he will provide a lot of love and affection.
Earl Grey is also a timid boy who is just beginning to embrace domestic life. He was very shy and scared for a long time and would hiss if anyone got close. He is still known to hiss if he gets taken by surprise or feels vulnerable. But he is really starting to look for attention and he has found his voice – he meows to ask for pats and food like a boss!
Like his brothers, Earl Grey is exceptionally handsome. Unlike his brothers, he has a long, fluffy coat that needs some brushing to bring out its stunning best. He has a love-hate relationship with the brush and will need you to take it slow when it comes to getting him used to grooming.
Both boys are bound to be loving, lifetime companions when they reach their full potential. In the meantime, they will bring beauty, grace and some goofiness to their new home and much happiness to their new humans.
Animals are desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and on heartworm prevention / and also FIV tested for cats where possible. They are not available for adoption outside NSW (except ACT). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information.
Dogs and cats are rehomed on two weeks trial to ensure that both the person adopting them and the rescuer are satisfied that the dog / cat / animal is happy and adapting well to their new home and this can be extended on request
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