Meet Gypsy, a sweet, sensitive and mature cat waiting at Bundaberg RSPCA for a forever home.
Seven-year-old Gypsy is a domestic short hair breed, and she requires a quiet home with older people.
Bundaberg RSPCA staff said Gypsy’s new human companions would need to understand that she will likely be quite fearful, and it would take time to adjust, settle and start to relax.
“A calm home with older teenage children and no dogs would suit,” staff said.
Gypsy would also need to be introduced into her new home slowly, starting in a smaller room until she became comfortable would be best, staff said.
Once Gypsy feels safe and secure the old girl will begin to solicit gentle attention, bunting, leaning into attention and purring.
Gypsy has been desexed, microchipped, health checked, and she is available now for $85 at Bundaberg RSPCA.
If you think Gypsy would make the perfect fit for your family, fill out an adoption application today by clicking here.
About RSCPA Bundaberg
RSPCA Bundaberg helps over 750 animals find new families every year, giving second chances to animals in need.
In addition to adoptions, they offer a range of services for your furry friends including hydro bathing and boarding facilities.
All proceeds from our hydro bath and boarding services go back to the RSPCA to help local Bundaberg animals in need.
Located at 31 Doblo Street, they are open 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday to Saturday and 10 am – 2 pm on Sunday.
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