Quasar

Female

04/11/2020

Domestic Short Hair

Suitablity:

Indoor Only

Dogs

Cats

Small Animals

Children:

Under 5

Ages 6-12

Teens & Up

About Me:

Quasar is always looking for a cuddle and often gazes up at you lovingly when she in your lap. She just can't believe this kind lady rescued her and her siblings!

 

Quasar is confident and is not scared by many things, apart from her reflection in the mirror (she's still working this out). She is not phased by other cats, as she is still hanging out with her brother and sister - in fact she'd LOVE to meet your other fur-babies!

 

As for food, Quasar is not overly fond of very fishy meals that include sardines, but she hasn't tried everything yet - so anything is worth a try! Quasar is truly a remarkable for a cat who had a tough start to life and she can't wait to snuggle up with you on those long winter nights.

Medical Notes:

Nebula

Female

04/11/2020

Domestic Short Hair

Suitablity:

Indoor Only

Dogs

Cats

Small Animals

Children:

Under 5

Ages 6-12

Teens & Up

About Me:

Nebula was rescued with her brothers and sisters off the street by a kind lady, she doesn't mind the lady, she just needs her space right now!

 

Nebula is a little bit anxious, as when she was out on the streets she managed to get herself stuck at the very top of a fifty metre high tree - and then jumped out when someone who came to her rescue stuck their hand out!

 

Nebula is incredibly calculating and smart, she will outwit you and surprise you! She also has this quirky habit at feeding time when if she wants to be alone, she will drag her food bowl to a place where she feels comfortable.

 

Nebula hasn't met any dogs or children, but as long as they are calm and are willing to play with her, there's a good chance she'll love them with a proper introduction.

Medical Notes:

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