Rescue cat for adoption in Annerley, Brisbane: Giving birth to her litter in the streets of Brisbane, Heidi was lucky enough to be found and rescued and at this point lives with a couple in Annerley.
She amazed and enchanted her foster carer by giving the most heart-warming nose rub greeting within minutes of arriving at the house with her three little ones. This leads us to think that she must have strong either Eskimo or Maori heritage: she always makes sure to greet you this adorable way, when you return home or wake up in the morning. She simply loves this interaction.
We are unsure of her history prior to entering foster care, but she has settled into indoor life with ease.
Heidi is still rather shy and wary of new people, but bonded very intensely with her foster carer. Whilst you probably won’t experience it during a meet and greet with her, Heidi does enjoy jumping onto the bed and stretching out on your legs. She is a beautiful girl who will let you know when she feels safe and adored, once you find her trust, and help her understand that you only want the best for her, and let her choose her own safe, secure and undisturbed spots to relax to start with, she is an easy going, low maintenance companion.
Can’t find Heidi? You want to check on her? Heidi actually comes running most of the times, when called. You think that is cute? It gets better: she then goes on to tell you what happened since you last saw each other. Too cute! In turn, you will find that Heidi will, between naps, always take the time to make sure that you are ok, too! She adores her humans utterly. Currently Heidi is not a big fan of being picked up. Although allowing it, we reckon it is her survival instinct from the streets, why she prefers to be on her own paws. This may change in time, but if it does it will be a bonus, Heidi is just the perfect puss as is.
Heidi is a stunning tortoiseshell beauty, and loves showing off how long she is: besides loving to stretch and sleep belly up, she will every so often position herself on the floor next to your feet and roll over, so that you can marvel her length – and gently pat her belly. Heidi’s fun time is the evening, she goes into play mode. Her current favourite is chasing the laser pointer, which is most entertaining – you won’t need your TV anymore!
Heidi would suit a quieter household, she has not been around dogs, and may lack confidence with other animals, but she will adore the humans that choose to adore her, and return the love given to her a hundred fold.
Adoption fee: $150 includes microchip, first and second vaccinations, intestinal worm and flea treatment (to date) testing for feline aids virus and desexing. Heidi is between 12 and 18 months of age.
If you’d like to find out more about Heidi, please contact Gail at Pets Without Partners Animal Rescue Inc.
Phone: 0414 786 259 or click here to email Gail
Address: Heidi is in foster care at Annerley, 10 minutes South of Brisbane Central.
Foster Family Photos of Heidi
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