‘Red’ a female tabby cat at an Aussie shelter needs a home urgently PLEASE!

I would like to introduce ‘Red’, a charming but regular looking tabby cat who is sadly stuck at a large Australian animal shelter owned and managed by the Australian Animal Protection Society.

Red is a tabby-and-white female rescue cat at a large shelter in Australia and she needs a new home urgently, please!
Red is a tabby-and-white female rescue cat at a large shelter in Australia and she needs a new home urgently, please!
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She was surrendered by her owners in September of last year not because she was a problem to them in any way but because they were moving overseas and decided to give up their cat. Comment: it is not an automatic decision to give up your cat because you are travelling overseas. We don’t know the circumstances but I simply want to make that point.

137 days

Her predicament is reported on the Newsweek website. She has been at the shelter for 137 days which I find surprising because she is a charming cat. She is described as being a little bit timid or shy but she warms up quickly. Nothing wrong with that at all. It is what you might expect of a shelter cat. The shelter environment tends to make shelter cats a bit wary for obvious reasons. This is a strange place although, sadly, it is no longer strange to Red.

She is said to like interactions with the shelter staff and has plenty of love to give. A really nice rescue cat looking for a home urgently, please πŸ’•.

Video


The Australian Animal Protection Society have a TikTok channel and they have produced a video of her on their channel which you can see on this page. They allow their videos to be downloaded so I am able to upload it to my website. The images in the montage also on this page come from screenshots from that video.

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2 thoughts on “‘Red’ a female tabby cat at an Aussie shelter needs a home urgently PLEASE!”

    • Yes, Aussie have a different attitude towards domestic and feral cats because they’ve been indoctrinated by their goverment to hate them for killing native wildlife when it is humans who are the biggest killers of native species.

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