Rogue

Male

11/01/2021

Domestic Short Hair

Suitablity:

Indoor Only

Dogs

Cats

Small Animals

Children:

Under 5

Ages 6-12

Teens & Up

About Me:

Introducing Rogue!

 

Rogue, along with his brother and sister (Wolverine and Mystique) came from Narrogin dumped as babies. They got Xmen character names as we though they needed a bit of super power after a rough start but they don’t really know their names and will accept a new name. They were all a little bit skittish coming into the big new world of foster care, but didn’t take long to settle in. They all accepted their other four-legged companions, two gentle staffy crosses, and after a week were happy to play, and nap together.

 

Rogue is a gorgeous boy with tabby markings. Usually found on a ledge quietly watching the world go by, but also gets involved in a game, wrestling a sibling or chasing a toy. Likes to have a nap next to you, purr away and cuddle in.

 

We think Rogue would be happy in a quiet household with older children. He could live with another cat or cat-friendly dog for company given a proper introduction. Rogue would especially love if he could stay with a sibling!

Medical Notes:

Rogue's adopters will be sent a sterilisation voucher to redeem at one of our partner vet clinics once he is old enough to be sterilised.

Mystique

Male

11/01/2021

Domestic Short Hair

Suitablity:

Indoor Only

Dogs

Cats

Small Animals

Children:

Under 5

Ages 6-12

Teens & Up

About Me:

Introducing Mystique!

 

Mystique, along with his brother and sister (Wolverine and Rogue) came from Narrogin dumped as babies. They got Xmen character names as we though they needed a bit of super power after a rough start but they don’t really know their names and will accept a new name. They were all a little bit skittish coming into the big new world of foster care, but didn’t take long to settle in.

 

Mystique isn’t afraid of the dogs (though they are very relaxed dogs) but doesn’t love them. Mystique took a bit to warm up to us, but got brave watching his siblings play and cuddle and didn’t take long to want to know what the fuss was about. Pretty soon he was wrestling with them, chasing toys, then purring away and snuggling.

 

Mystique would suit a quiet household, and with a proper introduction could have a canine or feline friend, though I think he’d love one of his siblings or another kitten to show him the way.

Medical Notes:

Wolverine

Female

11/01/2021

Domestic Short Hair

Suitablity:

Indoor Only

Dogs

Cats

Small Animals

Children:

Under 5

Ages 6-12

Teens & Up

About Me:

Introducing Wolverine!

 

Wolverine, along with her brothers (Rouge and Mystique) came from Narrogin dumped as babies. They were all a little bit skittish coming into the big new world of foster care, but didn’t take long to settle in. They all accepted their other four-legged companions, two gentle staffy crosses, and after a week were happy to play, and nap together.

 

Wolverine is a cute little tabby girl, who is the bravest of the three. Food motivated! She’s very curious, always exploring and finding new places and things to play with. Loves the dogs and loves coming up onto the bed to snuggle in with a very loud purr at night.

 

Wolverine would be quite happy in a quiet or a busy household, and with a proper introduction she’d be good with both other cats and cat-friendly dogs!

Medical Notes:

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