OUR Rescue pet of the week is another adorable fur baby from the KITTY Rescue Project.
This week’s pet looking for her furever home is Pippa, a tortoiseshell cross tabby.
She is about eight to nine weeks old.
Pippa is so playful and very entertaining.
She is a little snuggle bug who loves people!
The KITTY Rescue Project rescues whole litters, cares for them within their volunteer foster homes, and ensures
that all the necessary veterinary work is completed before adopting them to loving families.
Male kittens are $200 and Female kittens are $250.
The adoption fee includes desexing, microchipping, vaccinations, flea and worm treatments.
The KITTY Rescue Project is this week also putting out a plea for support from our community to help them to continue the wonderful work that they do.
Amanda Warren, the project founder, told News Of The Area, “We need your help Medowie!”
“We have been completely inundated with cats and kittens at the KITTY rescue project, and we need help to help us to continue to provide the care they need in the homes of our volunteers until loving furever homes can be found.”
If anyone would like to donate supplies to help the KITTY Rescue Project, they are desperately in need of kitty beds, litter trays, good quality wet and dry kitten food, litter and toys.
Amanda said “Basically we could use anything kitty-related, and would be so appreciative of any assistance.”
The KITTY Rescue Project had a lovely time introducing some of their rescue kittens looking for homes at a stall at Medowie markets last weekend, and hope to have established the desire to volunteer or donate in the hearts of many locals they chatted with.
For more information on donating, fostering or adopting, please call Amanda on 0409058664, or visit the website www.kittyrescueproject.org.
By Rachael VAUGHAN