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Rogue NK6258


Hi, my name’s Rogue & I was surrendered with my siblings from a rural property to a local pound. Unfortunately, this meant the amount of human interaction I’d had was limited. Thankfully the rescue saw my potential and offered to take me in… & boy, what a transformation I’ve had!


I’m a sweet natured young lady with a black and white coat and big, amber eyes! The sorta eyes you’d get lost in. I mean, not to toot my own horn... but I reckon I’m a vision of absolute purrfection. Aside from my regal good looks, I do have a fairly quiet disposition- which means I’ll be in need of a quieter sort of home. I prefer to sit back and take in my surroundings rather than harass the humans for attention. But wait wait wait.... That’s not to say that I’m not affectionate, because I can be.... I’m just more mindful of you know, personal space. I would suit an adopter that ISN’T seeking an over the top affectionate kinda kittie. The sort that won’t let you go to the bathroom in peace. We will still cuddle, but it will be at an appropriate time, in an appropriate place. I value your privacy.


So now the important stuff. What sort of home will I suit? I am seeking a quiet and patient home that will provide me plenty of time to adjust to all the changes that come with an adoption. Slow is my speed and I am needing an adopter who understanding of that. Cats? I’m currently in care with other kittie cats and have adapted well to their company. That said, introductions with newbies should be done with care and consideration (it likely won’t be love at first sight). Dogs? The great thing about the foster care system is our foster pawrents are able to test us with a bunch of different things.... This allows the rescue figure out what we 'would' and 'wouldn't' suit. I have had limited interactions with doggies but so far, have been relatively non-reaction. What does this mean? Well, it means I will adapt well to a home with another doggie -BUT- may be a bit hissy upon our initial introduction. Children? I am not suited to a home with young, boisterous children however.... will be ok with kidlets who are respectful of my space.


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 11+ wks old

Gender: Female

Breed: Domestic Short Hair

Colour: Black & White
Location: PetStock Cannington

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