LADY MIAOW, 1 year 10 month old female DSH Black

LADY MIAOW was handed in to a local vet who then called the Council Rangers to take her. The rangers brought her to ARRG in the hope we can re-home her. Lady is now in foster care, where she is befriending her fellow foster cats as well as the resident cats. She loves human attention and is quite a cuddle bunny. She will even leap from the floor into the lap of her foster carer if she doesn't think she's received enough cuddles! She will sometimes drool from pleasure as she is being stroked, and can lay on you while you take a nap. She has probably had a hard life, so it would be nice if she could have a safe and happy Furever Home. She will get along with another non-aggressive cat, but would be equally happy as the companion for a single human.

Ref: ARRG ID 2227

I want to ADOPT LADY MIAOW — If emailing please include your location and phone number so we can chat about suitability and viewing LADY MIAOW.

If you are happy to lock LADY MIAOW in at night, care for LADY MIAOW and can offer a home FOR LIFE please contact us

Telepone: (02)6622 1881 and (02)6622 1020 office hours - (02)6662 7154 after hours.
Location: Animal Rights and Rescue is located on the Far North Coast NSW (near Ballina, Byron Bay,Casino,Lismore), Australia.

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