This little kitten was found at the Gladstone police station and is in need of a good home.
This little kitten was found at the Gladstone police station and is in need of a good home.

Cute and cuddly kitten needs a good home



PURRING patiently at Gladstone police station, a little kitten waited until she was kindly let in yesterday morning.

In she waltzed past an amused secretary, wandering around like she owned the place, and then impatiently waited for breakfast.

The four-month-old Siamese cross stray had the run of the station until animal lover Kylie McLachlan took her under her wing while the station decided the kitten's fate.

'They all love her and think she's cute,' Kylie said.

But Kylie already has two cats and four dogs, and another pet just isn't an option.

Nobody at the police station wanted to see the kitten taken to the pound, but nor could anyone take her home.

Although Kylie would take the kitten home this weekend, she feared that Monday would see the kitten taken to the pound.

Kylie asked residents interested in adopting the kitten to phone Gladstone police on 4971 3222.



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