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Nikki was rescued with her kittens from death row at the pound by WLPA. She is a tame special needs cat with mouth ulcers and eosinophilic granulomas. This dermatological condition is the cause of her misshapen mouth. Nikki’s condition may well resolve with a low stress environment, hypoallergenic diet and possibly steroids. Are you compassionate enough to give Nikki a home life now that WLPA has saved her life? If you have any other questions about her please give us a call Jonine on 0409 741414.
Bam Bam looks cranky but isn’t really. She is nearly 2 years old and came to WLPA as an abandoned cat dumped as a 6 month old. She has not found a home due to her needing more socialisation with understanding and containment in a small area without hiding spots. She would quickly respond to love and attention in a quiet home without children. Strictly indoors in a secure home.
Merlin (Big Red)
Merlin has three legs and is an unsocial cat who happens to be pretty. He is also FIV+. He is easy to care for and support will be provided to anyone seeking to adopt him. Phone Anna on 9817 4892 Mon or Friday or Jonine on 0409 741414 for an appointment. He is strictly indoors as he cannot defend himself outside.
Ci Ci is nearing 2 years of age and has a potentially recurring condition of occasional mouth ulcers in the top lip inside of her mouth. It is slightly disfiguring. It is quickly resolved with oral medication. She is easy to medicate and we have a supply of medicines and a regular mobile vet as support. She is a blue cream torti, is superbly behaved and is profoundly affectionate. She loves cuddles, is used to small children and small dogs and needs a non stressful home where focus on her food and her mouth can be maintained. Phone 0409 741414. Ci Ci can be viewed in Newtown 7 days a week by appointment from 4pm. We do not accept email applications for adoptions.
Bud & Sis
These two siblings, Bud the boy and Sis the torti sister are approaching 9 months old. If they get to a year old no one will take them. Sis has had a history of constipation so that is now resolved. A patient adopter takes the pair and closely monitors Sis’s diet and output. Sis can be cuddled once she knows you. Bud is playful. The bonded pair idea is best for Sis’s level of stress to be reduced such that she will transition and eat and drink. Sise has had to be taught to drink. They must not be outdoor cats due to the need to monitor her intake. Available for immediate adoption.