Best Friends Felines (BFF) is dedicated to rescuing cats and kittens from all over Brisbane and coastal areas.
Whether they are saved from death row from the pound or owner surrendered Best Friends Felines will take them all in.

When they come to BFF they are placed into loving foster homes where they will remain until they find their forever home however long that takes as we have a no kill policy.

Best Friends Felines cats will have all vet work completed whilst in the care of Best Friends Felines, including desexing, microchip & vaccinations. 

Some come in needing more extensive vet work which they will receive in our care.

The adoption fees and donations are the only funding Best Friends Felines receives to assist in continuing to re-home our cats.

To contact us please complete our form on the Contact Us Page.




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Goodnight and sweet dreams from Nikau and all of us at BFF xx
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Ariat and bubs update
This week has seen the babies just growing bigger - and a little bit cuter!! They can now easily climb in and out of their comfy bed to follow Mum around her safe space. Am sure she tries to sneak away for a solo nap - but they soon find her.
Wrangler is the most adventurous - he toddles out for pats when we come into the room, chirping away. Brigalow is the most opinionated - small in stature but big of voice!
They have only just been introduced to some toys and they are curious about them but not 100% sure what their purpose is. Am sure we are only days away from them figuring it out.
Ariat is still very wary of us, so we are trying to take it slowly with her. She will need a lot of time to adjust but will get there.
Until next week…
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Showcasing our gorgeous felines that found their forever homes during 2021.
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Best Friends Felines

Gorgeous Freddie is 1.5 years old and is located in Lawnton.

Freddie joined the BFF family after being surrendered by his owner. Affectionately called “Fredster”, he is a beautiful, soft and fluffy boy with gorgeous blue eyes. You may notice that he appears cross-eyed - but let me tell you, this doesn’t stop him from finding tasty treats!
Like many cats, Freddie is ruled by his stomach and loves his food. He lists his favourite time of day as breakfast and dinner, and will be your best friend anytime you are in the kitchen. He is known as the helper, and it isn’t unusual for him to give you a hand with your chores - the mop is a favourite.
In the past, Freddie displayed some aggressive tendencies towards his previous foster carers. This behaviour has ceased since he was desexed, and he’s never shown this to his current foster carers. For this reason, we believe he is best suited to a home with no small children.
Although not a lap cat, Fredster is an excellent companion cat and is most happy spending the day hanging out with his humans and accompanying them to the kitchen. He loves fur friends, and his new home will need a feline companion to keep him company and be his playmate!

Please note: Freddie has some vision impairment due to short-sightedness, however this does not impact his day to day life.

If you would like to meet Freddie, please submit a meet 'n' greet form:
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Mufasa – final update ❤️
Our little man, found down by a creek bed flea-ridden and weighing in at a tiny 225 grams even though about 6 weeks of age, has come so far since entering care.
The tiny little runty bubba who arrived emaciated and lethargic is now a healthy active kitten who now weighs over 750 grams.
Mufasa is super active and loves exploring his carer's house and endlessly plays with toys, he is super affectionate and his engine is always running as the purrs are constant.
Mufasa and his foster siblings are all of vaccination weight now meaning they will go up for adoption in the coming days so watch this space for this gorgeous little man's profile to go up !!!
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Introducing Milli and Lacey

Over the long weekend these two little cuties were handed in at a vet clinic that we work with on a regular basis in trying to take as many of the clinic's surrenders as possible. This is possible thanks to a lovely vet nurse who works there and is determined to keep as many out of the pound as possible.

These two adorable little ladies were handed in as siblings but there is a huge weight difference between the two of them, making us a little concerned for the tiny grey and white little girl who has been named Milli.

Lacey, the floofy black little lady, is double the weight of Milli.

We will be booking the girls in for health checks with our vets as soon as possible, and all going well Lacey will be able to be vaccinated and go up for pre-adoption soon while Milli still has about a month of weight gain before she can get her first vaccination and be placed up for pre-adoption.

Welcome to BFF safety gorgeous girls.