Lil Lola is a beautiful bunny!
She is very confident and curious and inquisitive, and will come over willingly for a scratch on her head and nose, and a nuzzle, especially if you have something yummy in your hand!
She loves eating lots of hay and her greens (carrot leaves is her absolute fave) and a little apple, pear, or banana or watermelon sometimes as a treat. She also has a couple of tablespoons of Oxbow pellets each day.
Lola loves spending some time outdoors on sunny days getting some exercise, and chewing on small branches or pieces of cardboard.
Check out her videos to see what an adorable girl she is!
🚨 Please ensure you read this profile in full and understand Seth’s personality and needs. 🚨
Handsome Seth is quite a shy kitty and can be startled easily with loud noises or lots of people. Therefore, Seth is seeking a indoor-only lifestyle in a quiet home with just one or two people (no children).
Although not a lap cat, he will sit near you and he doesn’t mind a ear massage or a tummy rub.
When food is involved, Seth will rub up against your legs, and may even be picked up. Being quite food motivated, this will help in building trust with his new humans.
Seth likes to sleep on his foster carer’s bed at night-time.
Seth would be fine in a home with an existing cat friendly kitty (no dogs), alternatively he could be adopted with his foster mate, Missy (https://www.petrescue.com.au/listings/898092).
Seth is located in Yarra Junction.
🚨 Please ensure you read this profile in full and understand Missy’s personality and needs. 🚨
Missy, initially shy will shine once she is comfortable. Although not a lap cat, she will sit next to you on the couch, and may even walk past you and give you a little head bop.
She is quite the purrer and likes to sleep on her foster carer’s bed at night-time.
Missy would prefer a quiet home, without children, along with an indoor lifestyle.
She does have a quirk, where she poops besides her litter tray, so we recommend two trays and a towel placed underneath (she urinates in the tray with no issues).
Missy would be fine in a home with an existing cat friendly kitty (no dogs please), alternatively she could be adopted with her foster mate, Seth (https://www.petrescue.com.au/listings/898095).
Missy is located in Yarra Junction.
Brilliant Bailey has been in foster care for almost 12 months. During this time his carers have dedicated their time to his training and working on his ability to trust and he has made considerable progress. Due to no fault of his own Bailey is now in search of a new carer or forever home. Bailey seems to have had a family in the past and just adores doting on any person in his home, kids and adults alike (kids over 8 due to his size and bouncy personality).
Bailey has lacked dog socialisation and really struggles when he sees other dogs from a distance especially if they are coming towards him. It seems to be a fear and lack of understanding that they mean no harm. Bailey is strong and completely panics so someone who is physically able and willing to work on his building his trust is a must to keep seeing Bailey improve in this area. Bailey has true potential. He has improved so much on walks when there are no distractions. He is the type of dog that wants to meet people, but not dogs. So a home with a yard to relax and train in at times is a must. He is fine during thunderstorms and is okay with being left alone for short periods (he can dig holes after 5 hours if he is bored).
When Bailey gets excited (like when a visitor arrives) he is very bouncy but is a fast learner and has been working on becoming calm before greeting guests. He will use his crate to take a break when he needs to. He will thoroughly enjoy further trick training and becoming more confident with enrichment activities or anything else that will help keep him active. Bailey is on a weight loss diet.
If Bailey sounds like he might be the one to enhance your life and leave fur on your lap please get in touch with us at Forever Friends Animal Rescue.
Jimmy aka JimJam, has been in care for just over 6 months now. Our poor boy came into care so unsure of humans, and uneasy of his new environment away from the street. He wasn’t sure where to sleep or how to use the litter box, and was scared of any affection. Not to mention he arrived with an endless list of unanswered medical questions.
To say he has come a long way would be an understatement.
He has come out of his shell into the most snuggly, hilarious and beautiful companion anyone could ask for. He’ll run around meowing and talking while he’s playing with his foster brother. The best word to describe him would be ‘quirky’ he is guaranteed to make you laugh on a daily basis.
This boy has so much love to give! His ideal home would include another feline friend, he has thrived in a home with his foster brother and would love another. He hasn’t been tested with dogs yet, but could potentially warm to a dog that is relaxed or older. We have tested him with some younger children and he did great, although at times found them overwhelming so would need slow introductions, and younger children that are conscious of pet behaviours 🙂
Our boy sadly does have ongoing health care required, but doesn’t let this effect his mood or energy levels whatsoever, please ask upon enquiry for details of his needs.
If you have a home filled with love and compassion to help give this beautiful boy the second chance he truely deserves, please enquire below to receive an application: