Cherie was one of the cats rescued from a State Housing property during the middle of Winter 2019. She came in with flu and as a result has some eye damage to her right eye. This busy girl chirrups her way around the house and outside in the courtyard, interacting and playing with other cats, investigating and at times getting up to mischief. Cherie plays enthusiastically with her toys, gets on well with all the other cats and has even learned to avoid the cranky ones!
This girl is a talker, continually commenting to herself on things. She is a busy girl who purrs and smooches but would like to get on with her adventures. We usually know where she is because we hear her 'talking' to herself.
Cherie is currently eighteen months old, has been desexed, vaccinated, viral tested and is negative to both Feline Immune Deficiency Virus (FIV) and Feline Leukaemia. (FeLV).
She has been microchipped and is lifetime registered.
Cherie will need a home with other cats, she needs playmates and a stimulating environment that she can 'self manage.' Lol.
Her adoption fee is $175.00. We offer a trial adoption to make sure everyone is happy and our protocol is to deliver our cats to their new home whether or not a meeting is arranged prior to this.