Bonded Pair 💕
Male Domestic Long Hair and Domestic Short Hair Cats 😻😻
These sweet boys are brothers and have been together since they were born. In their short lives, they have been through so much… They recently came back into care through no fault of their own…
Both boys are oh so gentle, sweet and can be a little shy in the beginning but once they know you are there to love them and pamper them, you will have their hearts… Both are experts in the litter trays and can be little gobble machines come dinner time… They are still exploring the new toys in their foster home and in time will be playing like kittens again…
BB is the chatterbox of the duo and loves to talk the day away with you. He is also a bit of a bed hog and is always ready for a lazy day on the couch or in bed watching TV… BB oozes confidence and love to people and bird watch through the security screened windows and doors.
Jim is a shy little man who will watch from afar until he feels comfortable enough to get closer. Jim has an amazing medium/long coat and does shed a lot. His new owner will need to be prepared for a lot of cat hair about the place. He loves to be brushed which helps with the amount of shedding. Jim loves to walk around the home head bumping everything he can. This little man is so loving, just a little shy. Once his trust has been gained, he will show his fluffy belly for rubs.
Both boys are so handsome and deserve the very best home where they can be treated like the kings they are. They would love a quiet, inside only, security screened home with no other pets or young children.
If you think you have the purrfect home, please get in touch.
Not available for interstate adoption
Animals In Need Brisbane’s position is that our rescue cats and kittens are to 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.