Looking for Love❤
Domestic Short Hair Cat😸
Terrific Tara is a very sweet, friendly, 6 year old girl 😻 who needs a quiet gentle home.
She would be ideal as an only pet.
Tara was adopted from us in 2014, but her owners circumstances changed dramatically and she could no longer stay with them.
This lovely lady has been an only pet without children since she was adopted.
A non-dominant cat may be OK, even gentle children not too young.
Many thanks to her wonderful foster Mum, Haruka and Dad, Dan 🙏for their loving caring for Tara😻 and sharing images and videos of her activities!
Look at Tara enjoying some cuddles. She’s also quite the poser when a camera comes out. Isn’t she photogenic?
When Tara came to us this time she had developed ulcers around her mouth which were stress related. She has been treated and has settled well. However, she definitely needs a low stress environment for her future health.
Good morning from “Tara”… this little beauty is available for adoption now… find out all about her at https://www.animals-in-need-brisbane.com.au/pets/tara/
Posted by Animals in Need Brisbane on Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Hellllooooo “Tara”….. this girl would certainly jump for joy to be adopted!Beautiful “Tara” is about six years old. She has to be re-homed because her owner’s circumstances have sadly changed 😞“Tara” was adopted from us in 2014, known as Twinkletoes ❤️ She is very sweet and friendly.“Tara” has been an only pet without children since she was adopted.A non-dominant cat may be OK, even gentle children not too young. “Tara” is searching for somewhere quiet!For adoption enquiries, please visit https://www.animals-in-need-brisbane.com.au/pets/tara/
Posted by Animals in Need Brisbane on Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Hellllooooo “Tara”….. this girl would certainly jump for joy to be adopted!
Not available for interstate adoption
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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.
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