THE BREAD BAG KITTENS - now Crumpet and Waffle - were found hanging from a tree, in a bread bag, when they were only a couple of days old. Fortunately, the young boys who found them brought them straight to Parkway Veterinary Centre, where they have been cared for ever since - but now it's time for them to launch out into the big-wide-world and settle into a home of their own. They are very affectionate, and well used to being handled. As they had to be fed every three hours when they first came in, the Vet Nurses took it in turns to take them home at night and over the weekends. These kittens are very close to each other, and we believe that it is essential that they go to the same home.
This is a cut and paste from the FB page from our family vet Chris Andreson and his wonderful wife Catherine Allen.
Drakeford Centre, 9 Jenke Circuit, Kambah
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Parkway Veterinary Centre
Call (02) 6231 5129
Surgery hours are 8am to 6pm. mon to from. Sat 8.30 to 12.00pm Closed on Sundays.
Chris Anderson has been our family vet for many years. I could not wish to have a better vet caring for my fur babies. This man is very loving and compassionate with animals and all of his staff are too. You will see that when you go there for your first visit. I would not go anywhere else to be honest.
Chris is of very high standing in the Canberra community. His love for animals will put you at ease and his dedicated staff are like minded when it comes to loving and caring for animals. They really want people that are serious about cats to adopt these lovely little ones. I personally got to meet them early this week when I popped in to pick up medication for two of my very elderly cats.