Jimmy the kitten in need of a loving furver home after long journey to Geraldton
A tiny kitten who went on a journey of more than 350km to Geraldton is ready to find his forever home.
Tourists camping at Nanga Bay could not believe it when they opened their door to a crying three-month old Jimmy.
The campers coaxed the weak and exhausted kitten, pictured, to start taking food and water.
The travellers were on their way back to the Eastern States and were forced to place Jimmy into foster care in Denham.
Saving Animals from Euthanasia organised for the kitten to be transferred to Geraldton, where vet work was completed and he is looking for a new home.
While his foster carers JUcannot help but fall in love with him, Jimmy is now in need of a permanent home.
His new owners would ideally be based in Geraldton, but SAFE can organise for him to travel. Visit the SAFE website or call 9185 4634 to apply to adopt Jimmy.
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