BISCUIT – GIVES SLOPPY KISSES FOR FREE
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6-8 months old, spayed females
Personal space? That doesn't exist in Biscuit’s dictionary, she’s 100% lap, back, shoulder (everywhere) cat and even in bed with you – she won’t have it any other way. It doesn’t take her long to bond with just about anyone that doesn’t mind their face being licked!
So, if you're looking for a cuddle buddy, then Biscuit is the one for you! This cuddly, snuggly, and affectionate girl will keep you company wherever you are. She also makes a nice neck scarf all year round.
Biscuit is full of zoomies and will play until her heart is content, going off to sleep in her cat bed or better, on her human’s lap as they work.
She is fully house trained and not fussy with any dry kibbles or wet food.
Biscuit is another victim of being dumped by her owners. She was found living amongst boxes at a recycling tip next to the community supermarket. She was placed in a temporary foster home for a couple of days to recover but was never returned. She adapted to her foster parents as soon as she arrived and showed her appreciation of being cared for by showering them with lots of pruning and cuddles – she even slept in their bed in between them on the first night. She is under a year old; we suspect around 6-8 months old.
She will steal anyone’s heart with her little quirky ways, and she knows how to play fetch – yes, she brings back her toy, any stuffed toy that mimics a mouse. She aspires to be chief of pest control if she got the chance!
Biscuit is a well-behaved kitty and will suit any household she’s an all-round model cat.
She has not expressed any desire to be outdoors and has feared approaching the outside in her foster home. The ideal home would be willing to keep an indoor cat or provide a safe outdoor garden which is secured so the cat cannot roam too far.
Kids: we don’t know, the current foster home doesn’t have kids. We suspect, she would be a great candidate for a lively family with children who are respectful of animals. She might love being around a family who will have all the time to play with her and provide her with an enriching environment.
Dogs: We have not seen her with dogs, we suspect she would be scared at first and adequate training would be required. If you have a dog, it will need to be a dog that has been around cats before.
Other cats: We have not seen her around other cats. From what we have seen she isn’t an alpha. If you have resident cat/s you will need to be experienced with cat introductions. We think Biscuit would benefit from being around other felines she can interact with.
She is 6-8 months old, spayed, vaccinated, dewormed, FIV/FeLV negative and fully house trained.