1000 – Atlantia

Hi! Oh, I am so glad you’re here I’ve been dying to meet you all. My name is Atlantia and I am a petite little girl, but don’t let that put you off, I have a huge personality and voice to match. I love nothing better than coming to see you and having a good old chat and being fussed upon while you watch TV or read a book. To be honest I don’t care what it is that you’re doing as long as I can do it with you. That’s right, you got it, I am a social butterfly and the gal of your dreams. So, what are you still doing here, look at the bottom of my profile and get that application filled out now!

I live in a house with other cats and kittens and I don’t mind sharing you or my space. In fact, while you’re busy I am happy to go and be social with all the other residents of the household. I also live in a house with three boisterous young boys who I also love and adore to be around and spend long periods of time playing with them or just being spoilt by them, as you can imagine noise doesn’t faze me in the slightest! Unfortunately, I haven’t met those puppy dog things yet, but I am sure with slow introductions we would get along like a house on fire, there really isn’t anything about me to not like, LOL!

I am a typical teenager I love to play and get up to mischief, but also like to chill in my room abd having me time.

I am of course the perfect house guest and use my litter tray. I am very easy going where food is concerned and love anything and everything!

Adoption Fee: $100 reduced adoption fee due to the risk of Feline Infectious Peritonitis

State: WA
Breed: Domestic Short Hair - White, Tabby & Ginger
Gender: Male
Coat: Short
Age: 16/12/18
Type: Kitten
Microchip Number: On File
Heartworm Treated
Medical Notes: Atlantia was exposed to Ringworm, a common fungal infection, and Calicivirus, a respiratory infection. She did not show symptoms and were given the all clear by the vet. A kitten from Atlantia's foster home likely developed Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP). FIP is a genetic mutation of a common feline infection called Feline Coronavirus. It is not known why some cats develop FIP and others do not, however there are a number of factors including a genetic predisposition. There is no treatment for FIP, the disease is fatal. Dogs and humans are not at risk of transmission of this condition. There is no way to know whether any of the other fosters in the home will develop it, but after the age of 18 months old, the chances of developing it decreases significantly. Atlantia could be shedding the virus and could pass it onto other cats she comes into contact with, and they are then also at risk of developing FIP, so she need to go to a home with no with other cats under the age of 18 months until she is above this age. She also needs to be inside only to not come into contact with other cats until she reaches 18 months of age. However, she can be rehomed with another cat or kitten from her current foster home as they have the same risk. We are asking for a reduced adoption fee due to the small risk of Atlantia also developing FIP.
Is the pet available for interstate adoption?: No
Indoor Only Cat
Foster Carer Needed
Part of a Bonded Pair
Special Needs
Suitable for homes with:
Kids under 5 years old
Kids between 6 and 12 years old
Resident dogs
Resident cats
Full time workers (pet alone during working hours)
Adoption Details: If you would like to meet Atlantia, please fill in this adoption application form http://j.mp/Adoptionforms Or email adoptionpra@outlook.com.au
Listing created Jun 1, 2019