Pip and Squeak 9 months
Domestic Shorthair, Ginger, Ginger and white
Windaroo Veterinary Surgery, QLD

A purr a day keeps the doctor away!

Job title

Supurrvisors and stress relief team.

My day-to-day task list

We start with breakfast in the morning, then escort the humans around as they get ready for the day. Midday snoozes must be in strategic positions to enable supervision of daily activities without having to move. We will also provide purrs and kitty cuddles when a human is stressed.

My favourite things

Kneading, headbutting and licking our favourite humans, sitting with them on the couch. Chasing and playing with toys such as the ever elusive red dot, Da Bird toy and small toy balls that make cool noises

My naughtiest habit

Trying to eat out of my fur-siblings bowls instead of from my own! "The food is always better in the other bowl" (even though the human tells me it is exactly the same) instead of the grass is always greener...

What do my clients think of me?

Everyone that has ever met us, has commented how cute, sweet and loveable we are. Even 'non cat people' have had nothing but compliments for us! No-one can resist our cute charm and stunning good looks!

Other things you should know about me

We, Pip (dark ginger) and Squeak (light ginger/white) are available for adoption! We were brought in by a lovely lady as stays, and we had no microchip nor identification. Our current human, Laura, has looked after us for 2 months and has done all of our vet work so we are ready to go to our furrever homes! We get along with other cats very well and respect cats that need more space. We would likely get along with calm dog-friendly cats. Please contact our carer Laura via email; laura.coughran@my.jcu.edu.au