Nora is having a run of bad luck. She originally came to us in May 2010 as a stray. After almost a year in our shelter we asked our Facebook community to get involved in finding her a home and on the 3rd of September 2011 she was adopted to her new owner.
Six year old Nora loved her new home and was looking forward to a lifetime of happiness and smoochy cuddles with her new owner but was left devastated less than 6 months later when she learned that her new owner was moving overseas to work.
This meant that Nora was surrendered back to the Animal Welfare league of Qld’s Gold Coast shelter.
At the Animal Welfare League of Qld we understand that livings circumstances change all the time and our shelter exists to help those people who are left no other option but to surrender their animals.
This is why when you come to one of our three shelters we ask you to consider your living arrangements and the welfare of the animal that you will be responsible for, for potentially 15 years before you sign the adoption papers.
But back to Nora. Nora is a black and white domestic short haired cat. She would love to go to a home that does not have any other cats where she can relax and thoroughly enjoy the company of her new companion. She is affectionate and will always seek out a cuddle and purr away while you play with her.
The AWLQ staff would love to see Nora go to a new home as soon as possible where she can finally get back to living the life that she has always longed for.
Of you would like to adopt Nora, please phone 0755099030 or log on to www.awlqld.com.au