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Garnet loves being around family especially in the evening time otherwise spends most of her day in another room sleeping.
She used to be both an outside and inside cat but changed that when a neighbour’s cat wasn’t looked after and was ridden with fleas which affected Garnet and the family. She became an indoors cat after being treated intensely for flea control and deep cleaning the house. From time to time she wants to go outside but from our fear of her getting lots of fleas again, we haven’t allowed her to go outside but we would love to let her roam if the environment was better suited.
She now has a special diet because she has suffered from high thyroid problems and it is now well controlled and the vet is happy with her improvement.
We are only giving her away because of the families health issues being priority one and we can unfortunately not take care of Garnet anymore even though we love her immensely. We would love for her to go to a loving family that will look after her and hopefully she can go outdoors again because she would love that!
My cat’s name is Cici (pronounces Chi-chi). He is a super-friendly, love and calm cat. He is very affectionate with people and his daughter kitty, Lily. He loves hanging out by the window looking at birds. He also loves his outdoors – so an outdoor enclosure would be beneficial for him.
We are about to relocate overseas, so we unfortunately are unable to take him and the other cats along.
We would love it if Cici can be rehomed with his daughter Lily.
Nigel is a timid but friendly cat that is suited to a household with other cats, but with no children or dogs. When given the time to come out of his shell Nigel will approach you and cuddle up on the couch with you.
This is Kisya who has been our family cat for 5 years 🙂
We have two Boston Terrier dogs that are 1 and 2 years old that have also been living together with her.
She is mainly an outdoor cat that has been toilet trained for outside and she gets fed once a day (usually at night as she likes to wander outside)
We have 2 kids also and she gets along with children and adults just not as much with dogs, as our dogs usually like to chase her around the house 🙂
We are looking to re-home Kisya as we are relocating interstate and unfortunately cannot take her with us 🙁
Please let us know if you want anymore photos or details!
Thanks so much
Boisterous, fun loving, active male kitty. He has been neglected emotionally and needs a forever home with someone to love and play with him.
As we have to move to new place that doesn’t allow pet so we have to rehome our cat. His name is Milo. Milo is 18months old and very friendly. Milo likes to be pat and sit on your lap.
Milo was fully vaccinated, microchipped, flee treatment.