A sweet little lady cat looking for her furever home 4



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This beautiful cat is looking for a home. Pippin’s currently living at the Wacol RSPCA (QLD) and we’re hoping our Starts at 60 community will reach out and give her some love. Can you help Pippin?

Name: Pippin

Age: 3 years, 2 months

Gender: Female

Breed: Snowshoe cross

ID: 852062

About Pippin:

Meet Pippin. She’s a sweet lady who is looking for a relaxing, quiet home. She’s quite the character but can be a little shy when first meeting new people. Looking for a friendly, no-fuss cat? Come pat Pippin at the Brisbane RSPCA – 139 Wacol Station Rd, Wacol. Pippin is desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, worm and flea treated – ready for you!  Adopt Pippin for $120.

A message from the RSPCA regarding cat adoption:

Please visit the RSPCA to see all of the cats and kittens that we have available for adoption. All adult cats receive a temperament assessment, and our staff will be able to offer advice on the particular cat that you have chosen. It is important to note any recommendations that staff make in regard to a particular cats’ suitability to different home environments, such as those with small children and/or other resident cats. Our cats have been colour coded using our Find Your Feline Friend system to give you an indication of the family type that will suit them best.

Owning a cat is a great experience as they are excellent companions. However, although they are often highly independent and seem self-sufficient, it is important to remember that they do require our care. Before you purchase a cat please ensure that you have thought carefully about the responsibility of cat ownership.

Never buy a cat on impulse – cats can live up to twenty years or more. Owning a cat is a commitment, which should be carefully considered.

The RSPCA recommends that owned cats should be confined to the owner’s property at a minimum from dusk to dawn. This will protect the cat from accidents and fights and provide some protection to wildlife.

Each shelter will require an adoption application form to be filled, and an additional 24-hour cooling off period can be required to give you the opportunity to ensure you have made the right decision and not adopting on impulse. An interview can be arranged with an adoption officer to ensure that the best possible match has been made after this cooling off period.

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  1. I would love her but I already have a extra spoilt cat, please be careful who takes her, better off taking her to the RSPCA or the Vets would hate to think some cruel person or greyhound person would get her.

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