Our cats and kittens are covered by a 30 day settling in period. If you don’t believe the cat or kitten you’ve chosen is suitable, he or she may be returned to us and your adoption fee will be refunded in full. Our adoption fee includes a veterinary health check, microchip, desexing at one of our recommended vets, up to date intestinal worm and flea treatment and minimum first F3 vaccination (unless the kitten is still in foster when the booster vaccination is due, this will be included in the adoption fee) Applicants wanting to adopt a kitten less than 20 weeks of age must be located within a reasonable proximity to one of our participating Brisbane vets. Please note that we do not freight our kittens or cats. Adoption applications can be completed on-line at www.petswithoutpartners.org.au where you'll find the appropriate links (to the forms) on our home page. If you would prefer to speak to one of our adoption co-ordinators, please call Janene 0432 405 474 or email email@example.com.
Rescue kittens for adoption in Alexandra Hills, Brisbane: Can you imagine Bert without Ernie? Abbott without Costello? Laurel without Hardy? Well neither can we. Just as we couldn’t imagine Elliott without Linus. Which is why these two adorable ragamuffins are looking for a forever home.... TOGETHER. Bro’s to the end. They like to do everything together, play, sleep, eat and yes sometimes even use the litter tray at the same time! Each of these cheeky kittens has their own endearing personality to go with their stunningly cute looks. Elliott is the slightly bigger of the two and is full of life and confidence...except when he can’t find his brother. Then he will walk around the house meowing plaintively until he tracks down the missing Linus...who is usually curled up in a warm lap somewhere. Elliott himself loves to curl up beside his foster mum while she is on her laptop and even happier if his brother is there too. Linus is the baby of the family, the sookie la la, the cuddle pot. He just loves to cuddle, whether it be with his brother, his feline foster friends, or his human foster family, he is happiest when he has company. At night time he likes to sleep with his brother snuggled up on his foster mum’s bed so he can have the best of both worlds. Both boys have been fostered in a home with 3 older children, 2 small dogs and a multitude of cats of different ages. Besides the many benefits of two kittens growing up together to be lifelong friends and besides the fact that you will be receiving double the love there is another reason to consider a dual adoption. Adopting two cats actually saves four lives, the two you are adopting and the two who will be able to be rescued due to additional space, a priceless second chance thanks to your adoption. And let’s be honest....the only thing more heart warming than the love of a cat...is the love of two. Adoption Process