Meet Nylah *bonded To Webbigale
Some notes from their wonderful foster:
Meet beautiful mother Naylah and her daughter Webbygale!
They are a bonded pair with lots of love to share. They do know their names and listen well.
Webbygale loves to play! Be prepared to be active and use the string toys for her to run and catch. She also loves the cat tunnel and catnip toys (Nylah likes the catnip as well). She also enjoys soft, chewable plastic so you will have to house proof your place against that!
Webbygale comes for pets and snuggles when she feels like it, which is several times daily. She is a sweet and affectionate girl but does not like too much change so go slow even introducing new toys.
Naylah can be slow to warm up but once you got her trust she loves to come for snuggles as soon as she gets a chance. Naylah lets Webbygale play first and then she will have a go, most likely with a different toy.
Naylah and Webbygale also play with one another and run and chase each other. It’s adorable! They love to sleep together. They like options in different rooms.
We have been hiding treats in different spots, right now freeze dried chicken is a favourite.
They both love Friskies dry food. I tried other brands but no luck so far.
They also love pate soft food mixed with some water. If you give them wet food with gravy, they will lick the gravy and leave the rest.
They will talk to you but are generally quiet.
They use the litter boxes no problem, they do prefer 2 boxes. Get the boxes with high walls because they like to dig.
They love their scratch pads watch the outside, currently they have a balcony screen door so they can get fresh air and hear and see all the birds. Keeps them occupied for hours.
They are not aggressive in any way but don’t like being picked up at this point.
We worked on crate training where they will walk into the crates when treats are inside.
They were ok to be picked up for a short time to be examined and have their weight checked.
You can submit an application online as I am currently in foster
Our visiting hours are:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 12-4:30
Thursday, Public Holidays: closed
Saturday, Sunday: 12-4
CompatibilityImportant: The history and compatibility of an animal is not always known. If certain compatibility criteria have been identified, they will be listed here or in the animal's description.
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