⭐️ On hold – currently not accepting new applications
Bonded Besties 💕
Male Himalayan Cat and Female Ragdoll Cat 😻😻
Kingsley and Tonks are a beautiful, bonded pair with very different personalities…
Kingsley is a lovely senior (14yrs old) gentleman who likes the quiet life. Once he knows you, he will be your shadow and follow you around the home from room to room. In the beginning, he will watch from afar while you sleep and slowly but surely as time goes on, he will eventually be so comfortable that he will need to be in bed with you and most likely need to be touching… He is not a lap cat, but really enjoys company from his human and if you have quiet visitors over, he will come out for gentle pats and to take in the atmosphere. His purr can rival a V8 engine, and he will be sure to let you know what his needs are. Kingsley has had Crystalluria in the past, but since coming back into care he has had a very quiet and loving foster home as well as a prescription diet to minimise the chance of him getting it again… He has had no reoccurring issues following this.
Tonks is a lot younger (6yrs old) than her bestie but loves the quiet life also. She is a timid little princess who thrives on being allowed to blossom in her own time. She loves to know she has a safe hidey hole (dark cupboard) that she can retreat to when she feels overwhelmed. Cat towers and the ability to look outside and watch the bird life is a must as she loves to bird/wildlife watch from the safety of her security screened, inside only home. Tonks is a lover of cat grass and will nibble away until her heart is content.
Both of these darlings need a quiet home without other pets or young children to help them feel safe and loved. Due to having matting in their coats on their arrival, they were groomed to help them feel better and will be back looking stunning and fluffy in no time.
🩺 Medical Note:
Both are on the same prescription diet and will need to continue with this when they are adopted.
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 few 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.