Sweetest Jane ❣️
Female Domestic Short Hair Cat 😻
Sweet Jane is shy to begin with, but she doesn’t take long to get into the swing of things. An intelligent, confident, sassy girl with an inquisitive mind and playful nature, she is a bundle of energy and as playful as a kitten often doing zoomies around the house.
She is also extremely affectionate and purrs up a storm and loves to lay by your side on the lounge or in your lap demanding chin scratches and pats. Just don’t touch her belly as she finds that too much to bear!
She enjoys her daily Dine treat sachets eating from your hand and is also completely litter trained and never made a mistake!
She has met a calm and placid dog which initially was a little scary for her but she has adapted well and now lives in harmony with the canine world although always sceptical.
She is not a fan of loud sudden noises and tends to hide until its passed but it doesn’t take her long to reappear and get on her with her busy schedule of playing, peering out windows and demanding your attention for affection.
Jane is looking for an inside only, security screened home where she will be loved, cherished and spoilt rotten…
If Jane sounds like the one for you, please get in touch…
Not available for interstate adoption
Animals in Need Brisbane’s position is that our rescue cats and kittens are to be kept indoors only, for their safety and the safety of other animals, such as birds. Cats are quite content indoors if they are provided with a stimulating environment and outdoor cat enclosures can also be installed to keep your cats safe within the perimeters of your property. We talk with people who contact about an animal to see what their needs and situation are.
Our emphasis is on getting the right animal for the people and the right people for the animal. If everyone’s needs are met things usually work out well.
If the situation sounds good we arrange a meeting. If all goes well we let people try the animal out for a couple of weeks to ensure that everyone is happy.
We keep records of all adopters, follow up to ensure all is well and undertake to take back any animal if circumstances change.