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SAFE Hedland’s Biscuit needs a permanent home

Rachel MullinsNorth West Telegraph

Biscuit and her three kittens came to SAFE from Broome.Biscuit and her three kittens came to SAFE from Broome.
Camera IconBiscuit and her three kittens came to SAFE from Broome.Picture: SAFE Hedland

Beautiful one-year-old cat Biscuit came to us from Broome with her three kittens.

After raising her babies — they have since grown and moved into new homes— it is Biscuit’s time to shine.

With her striking green eyes, soft and grey mottled coat, Biscuit has been described as a loving chatterbox who has been the easiest and most carefree cat her foster carer has looked after.

SAFE is seeking a donation for the adoption of Biscuit.

Email natasha@hedlandpets.com to find out more about this stunning cat.

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