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Meet Tom

Tom is a big boy with a beautiful personality. He was found roaming at the local shops very matted and hungry! Since he has come into care, Tom has put on weight and regained a beautiful long haired coat (after he had to be shaved). Tom isn't very active and loves to find a favourte place in the house to sleep the day away. He loves to be patted, and will happily sit on your lap for hours while you watch TV. Tom gets along okay with other cats, but would prefer to be the only cat in the household. He is easily annoyed by energetic cats and will swat them away in annoyance! Tom is litter trained and is learning to use his scratching post. He will need to be brushed at least once a week to keep his beaufitul coat in top condition. Tom would be a great companion for an active person who works long hours, or for someone who spends a lot of time at home for some feline company. Bascially he is an all round perfect cat!

Tom was adopted on 12 December 2009 after 2 months in foster care

  • DMH
  • male
  • 01 January 2007
  • black and white
  • $125
  • 19 September 2009
  • 12 December 2009

Animals in our Care

These animals have been rescued from various pounds and shelters by volunteer Foster Carers who provide the animal with a safe haven until they can be permanently rehomed. They are located throughout Sydney, Australia.

Please note that descriptions of breed, age and size are given in good faith and are based on assessment of the animal's features, together with veterinary opinion. We cannot guarantee the age and breed of any animal listed.

All dogs and cats listed come desexed, vaccinated, wormed, microchipped and heartworm tested.

Also have a look at our Cats in Care pages for more cats available for adoption.

Last updated: 19 September 2009