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Connie NK6139


Hi, my name’s Connie and I came into the care of the rescue at just 2 weeks after being surrendered to a local vet. I was without a mother and in need of an experienced foster carer willing to take on the arduous task of hand raising. Fortunately, the rescue was able to find someone… (a vet nurse in fact!). My new chapter had begun!

Being raised by a mother of the human variety has meant I've have had a very different upbringing to a typical kitten. What do I mean by that? Well, the hand-rearing process has fostered very special relationships between myself and the human companions I keep, particularly my foster mother. While I'm in most cases a confident and independent kitten, I am still fairly dependent on human companionship and can at times be a wee bit demanding when it comes to the attention of my humans. I absolutely thrive on human affection. Yes I'm a self proclaimed smooch. The biggest smooch. If there's space on a lap (any lap) to curl up on, I'll be there in the blink of an eye... AND if there isn't.... I'll make space. Yes, I'm that kinda kitten.

When I'm not snuggling with a willing participant- or lets be honest... an unwilling participant... you'll find me venturing into the unknown with my siblings. If there isn't a feline friend to embark on an adventure with? Well, the resident dog will do! Once I've exhausted all my investigative efforts, I'll gather, compartmentalise & stockpile all the goodies I've acquired on my adventures. Why? Well, I might need those things later!

So now the important stuff. What sort of home will I suit? Here, there n' everywhere! Cats? Yas! Dogs? While I haven't previously lived with canine companions, I have proven to be non reactive when meeting them from the comfort of my pet carrier. It likely won't be love at first sight however- the rescue is confident that with time, I will adjust well to their company (ideally no energetic doggos). Children? I will be fine with children as long as I’m given space 'to chill' when needed (preferably no children under the age of 3).


Adoption fee is $400 which covers 1st vaccination, de-sexing, microchip, worming, flea treatment and vet check. Animals are ready for their forever homes typically once they reach 9 weeks of age and vet work has been completed. Please note* adoption fees do not cover microchip transfer costs. This can be obtained from the lovely SAM team upon request. 


Health check, microchip, sterilisation, up-to-date vaccination, flea and worming treatment


Indoor only, home with cats, home with dogs


Young children

Age: Approx 8+ wks old

Gender: Female

Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Colour: Black
Location: Noranda

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