Hi my name is Daisy and I’m looking for a fun family who will let me play with water because my favourite game is playing in the shower, I’m a true water baby! Check out my photos and you’ll see I’m very skilled at plumbing inspections and when I dry off after my fun I’m the prettiest white and blue tortie girl. My foster carer has large dogs and she’s amazed at how I’m totally unfazed by them so I’d be quite happy living with a cat friendly dog, we might just become best buddies! I hope you like kisses on your nose because that’s how I like to wake my foster mum and she keeps telling me I don’t have any personal space because I just love being close to my humans. I’m a little obsessed with food, but let’s face it who doesn’t like a good meal. I’m totally litter trained and my foster mum tells me I’m a joy to have around. I’m extra special because I’ve been diagnosed with cataracts in both my eyes but the caring people at Little Paws took me to a cat eye specialist who assured them I was really not affected much by them so don’t need any treatment.
If you’re looking for an extremely affectionate and sweet kitten to join your family we know the first to meet Daisy will fall in love with her.
All Little Paws Kitten Rescue cats and kittens come to you vet checked, desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, flea treated, and litter trained. As we are a rescue group, the adoption fee is not negotiable. Little Paws Kitten Rescue cats and kittens are indoor or cat enclosure only and must go to homes that intend them to stay that way. This is for their safety, the health of the cat or kitten and for the environment. It is our foster carer’s choice as to which home a cat or kitten goes to. We match the cats and kittens to the adoptee; we do not necessarily “sell” to the first caller. As our foster carers are all volunteers raising the cats and kittens in their own home, we would appreciate you letting them know if you cannot make an appointment.