DOB: Nov 2022
DOB: Nov 2022

Colour: Black

Gender: Female
Gender: Female

Microchip: 900 164 002 063 090
Microchip:900 164 002 063 099 


Enid – My sister, Wednesday, and I are complete opposite but we balance each other perfectly. I’m a very social little girl who is curious, confident, chatty and loves lots of pats and scritches. I also love playing – any toy will do, even my own tail! I’ll always be by your side, wanting to watch whatever you’re doing. I’d love a new friend (or several!) who will play with me, cuddle with me, chat with me and generally give me plenty of attention.
Wednesday – I’m very different to my sister, Enid, in most ways except that I absolutely love to play as well! I’m still a kitten at heart. I’m pretty skittish and jumpy with new people and places. But once I start trusting you, you’ll get to see my cuddly, affectionate side come out. I do really love cuddles, but I’m just still a bit unsure about the world. I’d love a forver home with plenty of stability, where I can stay put, get to know the people, and start to come out of my shell.

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If you would like to meet Wednesday and Enid, they are in Petstock Dural.  Their adoption fee as a pair is $550.

Our cats and kittens are desexed, microchipped and lifetime registered with Council, vaccinated, flea and worm treated.


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How to meet Wednesday and Enid

Our special rescue cats are all available for adoption. Please read the adoption process and contact us if you would like to organise to meet one or more of our cats/kittens.

1. Please fill out the form below.

2. We will call you to have a chat and then put you in touch with the foster carer so that you can meet them.

3. In line with ethical rescue practice, we will visit to do a home check before the adoption is finalised and all adoptions are on a 2 weeks trial basis.

4. Adoption payments – Please ensure when adopting that you donate the adoption fee here.

5. CatRescue 901 is solely run and supported by volunteers and we rely on donations to rescue kittens and cats and to run our ongoing subsidised desexing program. If you would like to support us please make a tax deductible donation.

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