Hi everyone! My name is Raisin and I’d love to become your best friend.
I’m a little bit more than a year-old boy, who absolutely LOVES cuddles, all sorts of snuggles and head bumps. My foster mum says I’m very friendly, cuddly, and affectionate boy. I’m a proud owner of light green eyes and big, pointy ears. All this makes me a very elegant cat 😊
I love food and any kind of treats. If you will allow me, I’d love to be cuddled up in your lap while you work or watch TV. My favourite position is on your shoulder, there I feel safe and warm (please see one of the pictures 😊).
As I still learn how to play, I’d love to be in a home, where all children are older than 10 years. My favourite toy is a simple string, and I can chase it for hours. I’m very good with any other cat, and I wouldn’t mind having a cat friend to play, or a friendly dog who respects my space.
Hi I’m Milly
I’m growing up to be a sweet and confident young lady who is very curious and enjoys making friends, both human and feline.
I absolutely love play time. My favourite toys would have to be feathers and strings but I’ll give anything a go. Shoelaces, hoodie strings and long hair are also super fun. So is anything up high or locked away. I love me a good challenge!
Personal hygiene is another passion of mine and I’m not shy about letting others know when they may need a bath or new hairstyle. You’re welcome!
I’ve been told that I was born with a grade 2 heart murmur but don’t let that hold you back because it certainly doesn’t stop me from enjoying my kittenhood!
If you do not have other cats, please also consider adopting me with my brother, Bodhi. His profile can be found here and there is a slight discount when adopting 2 of us: https://www.petrescue.com.au/listings/953904
Hi, I’m Batman…I mean Bodhi. I’m a little shy at first but if you know the saying ‘the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach’ we will be friends in no time.
If you’ve laughed your head off at the videos of cats stealing pizza and flat out refusing to let go then there will never be a dull moment with me in your life! I get along well with other cats and love to play and explore, but I also really enjoy snuggles with my humans.
I’m the first to jump under the covers at night-time, curl up in a ball and purr my way off to sleep. Or if it’s a bit too warm I’ll just sleep on your head, no dramas.
Apparently, I was born with some pesky little thing called a heart murmur…but I don’t even notice it at all and just go on with my day like all the other kittens. My foster mum just says my heart is just so full of love that it’s been sent into overdrive.
I would be a very good companion for an existing cat but if you do not have other cats, please also consider adopting me with my sister, Milly. Her profile can be found here and there is a slight discount when adopting 2 of us: https://www.petrescue.com.au/listings/953812
Meet Misty – the friendliest and most loving little blind kitty around! Despite having a tough start to life, being found wandering blind and alone at 6 weeks old, Misty has been given a second chance and recently underwent an eye operation. Although her sight was unable to be saved, she runs, jumps and plays just like any other kitty her age, and loves nothing more than snuggles and cuddles from her humans.
Misty can easily keep up with any other cats when playing – you would never guess that she was blind! When her foster mum is working from home, Misty will wait outside her office for attention. Her favourite game is to splash in the water bowl and she enjoys baths too!
Misty would love to find a forever family with another young friendly cat who is tolerant of her kitten antics as she likes to play all the time. She needs an indoor only home, with plenty of affection from older gentle kids or adults who are home often so she can have lots of pats and cuddles.
During Misty’s eye operation, she was diagnosed with a mild heart murmur and she has undergone an echocardiogram to assess for cardiac disease. The echocardiogram noted that she has possible emerging Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Phenotype. This is a type of heart disease in which the heart muscle becomes thickened. Whilst this was unable to be diagnosed with certainty during her first echocardiogram, a follow up echocardiogram will need to be conducted in 6 month’s time. Misty’s new family will need to be committed to completing a second echocardiogram and following any recommendations from their vet depending on her final diagnosis. Whilst Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy can be life limiting for some cats, many cats live long and happy lives with this diagnosis.
Meet Chilli, a cheeky, independent, playful kitten. He loves zooming around the house with his brother. Chilli loves pats and cuddles, but is still a little timid when first approached. He spends hours playing with toys and chasing his brother. Chilli will make a wonderful companion for a family, but would prefer to have another cat in the house to play with.
Looking for 2 kittens, take a look at my brother Dilli https://www.petrescue.com.au/listings/969471