Subi is a loveable and cheeky gearhead who was first found orphaned inside the engine of a parked Subaru. It took two mechanics to safely remove her tiny little frame out from under the hood… Not to be mistaken for anything less than a grease monkey, at the first opportunity that appeared, Subi dove back under the steering wheel console in the very next car she saw – Possibly attempting to hotwire her way to a quick getaway!
After a tough start to life, this shy little girl has scrubbed up and made incredible progress, really demonstrating her quiet resilience and inner strength of character. Although introverted and discerning, Subi is now beginning her new life as a much-loved house kitten – with a definite penchant for all things tech and mechanical – She loves speakers, PC towers, extension cord storage boxes, washing machines, fridges, dryers and toolboxes of every description… Nothing is too technical for this trainee engineer to explore! Subi is looking for a home with a patient techie friend willing to bring out the best in her and support her growing confidence in loving people (as well as her machines). Subi is secure with other cats, dogs, guineapigs and robot vacuum cleaners and has quite the sense of humour… In the right home, Subi will blossom into the purrrrrrrfect chief household engineer, loyally keeping each of your domestic meowtors purring perfectly all throughout the year.
If you know of anyone who would be interested please feel free to share – No obligation Meet and Greets are encouraged and very welcome. Subi is currently living with her foster family in Sheidow Park.
She is fully desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and wormed – all vet work complete. Subi is approximately 14 weeks old and her adoption fee is $190.
If you would like to express your interest in Subi, please fill in an application using the link below:
For more information, please message our Facebook page, contact us on 0416 364 228 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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