Simmo – Cat of the Week

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Simmo is a handsome and dignified tabby gentleman with beautifully symmetrical white markings on his nose and paws. He may look serious in his photos but he has a very expressive face.

He has been waiting for his furrever home for two years. While he’s been with his foster mum, he has learned to be more outgoing. He can still be a shy boy at first with new people, but when he is in his comfortable surroundings, he will come out and say hello.

From a bit of a bad start in life, Simmo has learned to socialise well with people and has been living with 2 other boy cats. He hasn’t met a dog yet, but he’d adjust pretty well as he is fairly confident once he gets over his initial scaredy cat mode.

Simmo is the ideal companion cat for a person who doesn’t want an “in your face” cat. He loves to sleep on his foster mum’s bed and at times on top of her. When smooches, pats and head bumps are on offer, he accepts with lots of loud purring. He is not a lap cat (as yet), but wants to be near his person. He loves to sit on his foster mum’s shoulder for a short cuddle and purr. When the mood takes him, he will revert to kittenhood and race around with the other cats, batting the various toys around the house. He loves sitting in the sun and sleeping the day away. Simmo likes somewhere high to can jump up to and will be there exploring or snoozing.

Simmo is used to a 9 year old child but doesn’t like noisy younger children. He’d suit a quiet family, couple or single person. He must be an indoor cat or have a cat run for outside.

Indie – Seeking Sponsorship

Indie Seeking Sponsorship


Indie came to Little Paws as a very shy little kitten. 2 years later she is still very shy and seems scared of human interaction, which made it very difficult for prospective new families to meet her. Indie is secure and happy in her foster carers home and enjoys the company of other kitties. She will now stay with her foster carer for the rest of her life.

Many of our cats require ‘long term foster care’ for various reasons such as age and health issues. You can assist our carers by sponsoring a cat for $20.00 per month (or more if you prefer). This money will go directly to the cat’s food, litter, vaccinations, worming and flea treatment. As a Little Paws sponsor, you will receive details of your cat and a sponsorship certificate. You will also have the opportunity to visit your cat and even apply to adopt him or her if your circumstances change.

If you would like to sponsor Indie please email Deb at