He’s in good condition & healthy and stunning. However, he was quite distressed and nervous until his foster collected.

Kush is very athletic and loves to climb and jump around, he needs to be able to do that so space to literally run around is very important. He’s very needy and clingy at the moment and feels the need to be stuck to his mum like glue.

After finding out more about him, it’s easier to understand him. He was 1 of 10 cats, same breed all but 3 given away due to a drastic change in circumstances. He stayed with his parents until he too was given up.

I doubt he’ll change too much as he gets used to being a single cat. Not sure if it’d be wise to introduce another cat any time. I suppose we’ll have to wait and see. Only time will tell for now he’s in a safe place and good hands.

(UD: 27/02)


Kirsten’s Zoo is always in need of donations and foster homes to help our dogs. Every dog in our care requires food and a foster until homed. Plus, health check, desex, vaccinations, de-flea, worming, Heartgard & microchip. Some of our older dogs need ongoing medication and more frequent vet visits.

You can help a dog by sponsoring for $220 a month. Please consider a onetime, monthly or annual donation. Click here on how to sponsor or donate.