A super patient, mature household will be needed for this handsome chap. His mother is a street cat and he has inherited her elusive manners.
He happily cuddles his foster carer on his terms and is starting to enjoy pats but is not currently keen on being picked up. With time and patience he will become a snuggly cat as a number of his siblings are already well on the road to becoming cuddle-pots.
Acacia is best buds with his brother Banksia and they need to be adopted together. They are rarely apart with Acacia following cheeky Banksia in his mad antics. He is ok with an extremely cat savvy dog but would not cope with a barker or high energy one. Acacia will not cope with a noisy, young family.
A busy bee zooming around checking out what's what, with Acacia not far behind, Banksia is a good looking vibrant youngster. He can be a little wary of fast moving humans so won't suit a family with young children but a patient teen who is looking for a feline BFF would be ideal. Banksia loves to curl up on your bed at night after a good interactive game.
His extraordinarily long tail is a great indicator of his mood. It is most often curled over his back or across Acacia as they snooze together.
Banksia is living with a medium sized dog but would need a supported introduction to any new animal siblings. He and Acacia are best friends and need to remain together.