Tahnee

Tahnee and Uno are such sweet girls who, through no fault of their own, found themselves in foster care. Although it has taken some time and patience, they have flourished and are now ready to find a wonderful forever home together.

Tahnee (Tortie) is the more confident of the two, and loves a lap to snuggle up in. She will happily keep you company wherever you are around the house, and would love to sleep next to you at night.
Uno (Calico) is a bit quieter and cautious than her sister, and prefers affection on her own terms. She will happily sit and watch you, and likes to be near you, but not necessarily touched by you. She loves playfighting with her sister and having her zoomies time before bed.

The perfect new owners for these girls will be understanding of the fact that it will take time to gain Tahnee and Uno’s trust. They will require a quiet home, with no young children or other pets, and where someone is home more often than not.

Medical notes
Tahnee and Uno are both healthy, happy girls.

They are vaccinated, microchipped and desexed.

Uno

Tahnee and Uno are such sweet girls who, through no fault of their own, found themselves in foster care. Although it has taken some time and patience, they have flourished and are now ready to find a wonderful forever home together.

Tahnee (Tortie) is the more confident of the two, and loves a lap to snuggle up in. She will happily keep you company wherever you are around the house, and would love to sleep next to you at night.
Uno (Calico) is a bit quieter and cautious than her sister, and prefers affection on her own terms. She will happily sit and watch you, and likes to be near you, but not necessarily touched by you. She loves playfighting with her sister and having her zoomies time before bed.

The perfect new owners for these girls will be understanding of the fact that it will take time to gain Tahnee and Uno’s trust. They will require a quiet home, with no young children or other pets, and where someone is home more often than not.

Medical notes
Tahnee and Uno are both healthy, happy girls.

They are vaccinated, microchipped and desexed.

Bunj

Hello, my name is Bunj, some people call me Bunji.

I’m a lover of food and cuddles but am a little bit timid, and need some time to feel comfortable even if I have met you before. Tall men with deep voices can be scary sometimes. I love the ladies though.

My foster mum says I am a good boy and have come up a long way, since first arriving into care with my foster mummy. I have learnt to go to the toilet outside, sit at the road, and respond to commands like sit, wait and lay down.

I am learning to walk nicely on the leash. At first, everything was scary and confusing. I worried about everyone, but I have been working on being calm to walk past people and now I have more confidence but will need to keep practising this with my new family.

I am learning to socialise and have walked past the dog park many times now. I like to watch the pups but am still nervous if they approach me. I need to build more confidence (which I am working on) before I spend time with other dogs.

My new family would need to be committed to ongoing training and a behaviour class would be a great idea to help me build more confidence. I am very clever, so I will learn more and be the best pup.

If you aren’t at home with me, I may feel lonely so a licky mat and a scatter of food to keep me busy.

I have so much energy especially when you come back home, I will be so excited, but I do calm down.

My foster mum says I am spoilt; I like to snuggle and will try to get on your lap for cuddles, or sit with you on your seat, that way I am getting hugs and keeping warm.

I am ready for my forever family to love and teach me more tricks. I am a bit bouncy so kids 8 or above would be my best fit. I am starting to play now, not really interested in those ball things, but maybe one day…

I am ready to love you. I would love to meet you, I will take a minute to work out if you are ok and not going to hurt me.

Bianca

Here is Bianca.

She is a lovely soul looking for a place full of love.

Bianca came to us really shy and scared of humans but she has been coming out of her shell
and showing us how beautiful her personality is. She will demand daily pats and scratches and she is a foodie, she loves her food.

Bianca is not suitable to a home with other pets.

Simba

Hi my name is Simba!
Boy! has my life taken a transformation for the better. Going from life on the street spending my days sleeping rough, to now appreciating a nice soft bed. I seriously don’t know how I ever lived without a fluffy blanket in my life!

A very kind lady with a big heart has taken me in, & helped me to feel comfortable, fed really well & she has even made sure I have received medical attention & a good bill of health.

I needed some teeth removed, but that hasn’t affected my appetite & my ability to eat all my food. I love the food served to me in a bowl in my new home. Which is good news because when my foster carer found me I was only a tiny 4kg! Now weighing 5.5kg, I am feeling amazing!

You can hear me puurrrrr loud and clear, as I wind around your feet. I just adore my carer as I follow her around the house. When she finally sits down to watch a movie I will sit near her and keep her company.

My foster carer has said I show confidence and curiosity towards the other cats in my foster home…..even when those feelings were not reciprocated. I think I would suit a household with another friendly cat or could easily enjoy being a solo cat.

If you have a fluffy blanket, cosy bed and lots of love to give and receive. Please click the green button to find out how we can be best of friends.

Medical notes