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Suki E1532

  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Female
  • 3 Years
  • ID: 60976
  • Desexed
  • $120.00

Jack and Suki were adopted together two years ago. They were surrendered due to changed family circumstances.

Both Jack and Suki are friendly cats, loving and playful. They get along well together, as they have been together forever.

They were surrendered here in Batemans Bay on the South Coast of NSW.

Batemans Bay is located approximately 4 hours drive south of Sydney.

All AWL animals are desexed, vaccinated and microchipped.

Diesel

  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Male
  • 8 Years
  • ID: 42592
  • Desexed
  • $70.00

I’m a fun loving and playful boy who while I get on with my shelter friends does like my own space and so I would suit a one cat household. I will reward you with lots of kisses and cuddles and purrs.

All AWL animals are desexed, microchipped, lifetime registered, health checked, vaccinated, wormed and flea treated. For more information, please contact our Kemps Creek Shelter on (02) 8899 3333.

Tiho

  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Male
  • 1 Year
  • ID: 60502
  • Desexed
  • $75.00

Tiho and his sister Maya came into care from a rural property part of a litter after their mother was abandoned.

Considering his troubled start to life since he has been in care Tiho has come around and is a very quite affectionate boy.

Maya

  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Female
  • 1 Year
  • ID: 60375
  • Desexed
  • $75.00

Maya and her brother Tiho were rescued after being born on a rural property.

Maya while still a bit shy around strangers is becoming more confident every day and is extremely curious about her world.

We would love to see Maya and Tiho be rehomed together and we believe they would prefer to go to a home with no young home with no young children.

Wills

  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Male
  • 1 Year
  • ID: 59758
  • Desexed
  • $50.00

Introducing Tobin – AWL takes on all types of kitties looking for homes. We recently took a litter of kittens that were born under a house and they have been in foster care on the Central Coast with a lovely carer who has taken them from being hugely timid kittens too afraid to come out from under the lounge and hiding inside a office drawer to what they are today. Well look at the picture with the carer to see the end result. There is a bit of understanding to timid cats like these kittens which we would like to share in the hope of finding these kittens loving homes.. What to expect when you go to view timid kittens/cats pending adoption: Basically they will run!! These cats still are very wary of new humans & build enormous trust over time of anyone showing them kindness and love BUT we mere humans need to earn that trust. What does it take to earn their trust? Patience dear friends, that is all. Allowing them to become comfortable in their new surroundings, time for them to see that you are nothing to be afraid of. How long will it take? Depends on the kitty really but these kittens we expect would become lap cats in a few weeks time in their new homes. They have done that with the carer so will do it with anyone that adopts them. Ask anyone that has adopted a timid cat and they will tell you that by allowing the cat time, they in most cases turn out to be the most affectionate cats. Oh and they will alway be YOUR cat, no one else’s, cos you took the time to win them over.

If you are interested in adopting one of our timid junior cats, please email awlwesternsuburbs@gmail.com for a preadoption application.