I am an adorable little tabby girl about 8 months old. I am inquisitive and always interested in what is going on around me, and my foster mum tells me I’m a clever little girl because I have already learned how to ‘hi five’ for treats... I love Temptations very much!
For the last three months I have been learning about people, as I was found with my brother on a farm during the lockdown.
Now I am looking for a home with a loving person to take care of me, who has plenty of time to spend playing with me. I would like a home where someone is home for much of the day because I love company. I have a very sweet temperament, and love to be patted and caressed, but because I wasn’t handled as a young kitten I don’t like to be picked up yet. So my foster mum thinks I would be happiest in a home with just one or two adults, especially if there are no other pets.
I am perfectly happy being an indoor cat, I have my own bean bag in the sun where I can watch the birds feeding at the bird feeder or nap as it suits me. As I am from the country, I’m not used to cars, so a country home or somewhere with very little traffic would be best. If you are looking for a sweet little companion (and have a good supply of Temptations :) please contact my foster mum.
I tested negative for feline aids and as I am in favour of family planning I had my op a while ago, as well as being microchipped to keep me safe, and have had all my vaccinations and flea and worm treatments. My vet says I'm a healthy little jellybean :)
Hello Fellow Neighbours
I am looking for on going grazing for my increasing sheep numbers.
If you have a lifestyle property and want to keep the grass down but don't want the hassle of running stock I could solve the problem and also give you some money for the use of your paddocks.
We are in the Clarkville area but would consider anything in the surrounding areas.
021 288 0891
Hi neighbours,we have just received a bill from spark,for$1113.50,a scam no doubt but be aware .We received one a while back,along the same lines..
Land Air Water Aotearoa found urban waterways generally had the worst water quality, followed by those flowing through pastureland, while those in native forest had the best.
One expert said it was hard to find a Canterbury river where at least one indicator was not degrading, but improving quality was a long-term game and people need to keep their eye on the ball.
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