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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Dublin and Adelaide continue to get better day after day and it’s so much fun watching their personalities start to really shine.
It’s safe to say their favourite parts of the day is breakfast and dinner! They get so excited when we are making their food up. It has done wonders for them too - their eyes are clearer, skin and hair is so much softer and their little toe beans are super soft.
They are both booked in shortly for their vet work, so it is possible they will have profiles coming in the not to distant future - such an exciting prospect!
Dublin has started to find his voice a little, it’s still super quiet though. And Adelaide will march with her front feet waiting for snuggles.
Until next week
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Best Friends Felines

Andy celebrated his first birthday last month and is one of those totally infectious in nature cats you cannot help but fall in love with , located in Carina Heights this handsome ginger ninja would love to meet you .

Little Andy is a beautiful creamy champagne colour with piercing pale green eyes. He was surrendered to a vet before coming into care and everyone that has met him has absolutely adored him. He settled into care immediately and is quite confident in new surroundings and with new people. He is very affectionate, loving pats and is an expert head-bopper. He is happy to get a cuddle although won’t sit still for too long as loves to explore and play with his toys.

If you would like to meet this little one please click on the link and complete the form -
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Best Friends Felines
Foster Carer's Needed!!
Have you ever thought about fostering ?
It can be one of the most rewarding things you can do by offering your heart and home for a temporary while till the little furry charge finds their special someone and fair warning it can be totally addictive!!!
We have several felines in need of an urgent carer right now , please have a read of their blurbs attached to their photos and consider taking in a fur baby that could possibly be a match for your home .
Fill out the link below if you can help save a life by fostering one of these felines below
💜 Asha
Asha came into care from a farm out west when she was about 3 months old. As she had never interacted with humans, she was terrified of them and took a long time to learn that they are ok.
Asha will need a quiet home, preferably with someone who is home a lot. She has come out of her shell enough to want to be near her human, but she still gets scared by loud noises and people she doesn't know. As she is a food lover, this will definitely help her settle in!
She has decided that she does love attention and will chat to you and smooch around your legs. She does love to play and would love to have a cat friend in her new home.
She has also been blessed with the softest coat ever!
💜 Ursa
Ursa came into care pregnant and not yet a year old.
She has raised her boys and now it’s time for the next stage in her life. She has alot of love to give and still finds time to show her inner kitten. She loves her food and will often encourage you to serve it up with a little lick and a wagging tail.
She would prefer to be the only cat in your life, and she will happily chat to you to tell you why. If you can help Ursa with a foster or forever home, please get in touch.
Peanut is a high energy kitty that loves to be the center of attention! Whether it's snuggles in front of the TV, supervising meal prep, joining in on your zoom meetings, or just chilling out - Peanut is always there.
He loves to play and explore and would benefit from a foster home with other pets or children to keep him entertained.
Full of character and charm, he’ll brighten up your day. He loves all the normal cat things, like toys, windowsills, chattering at birds, playing, cuddling with his brother and snoozing.
He loves the pats and he will barge anyone out of the way in order to secure those scritches, he will velcro attach himself to your lap and purr all your cares away. His favourite thing in the world is snuggly blankets and Doonas, especially when he can get under them for some extra cosiness.
Toffee gets very excited about snuggle time and sometimes he shows this with little love bites, so he would probably be better off with older children while he’s still learning some manners.
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Best Friends Felines
Milo is a very confident little house panther. He loves nothing more than snuggling up to you, be it on your lap, in your bed or just sitting next to you. He just loves snuggles. He is also super playful, he loves chasing his brothers, playing wrestling and tag and playing with any toys that he finds. If you are in search of a super smoochy house panther, Milo is your man!

Mindy joined BFF as part of a last litter program, and is one of the sweetest and funniest little girls around! She even has the resident cranky cat charmed.
Mindy loves with her whole heart, and her purr is out of this world! Mindy is a very tactile kitten and loves to play with toys that have noise to them – crinkly balls, anything with a bell in it, and even fresh kitty litter. She is a bit of a prankster and has learnt how to turn on the robot vacuum which she will then chase. She also is a serial straw thief.
Mindy has some medical issues. She has slightly limited vision, and has been seen by a specialist. However this in no way stops Mindy doing what she wants to do! She also has uro-rectal septum malformation. This has not caused her any issues so far. She also has a short soft palate which again has caused her no issues (other than snoring at times). She also has a fabulous little stumpy tail.

To arrange a meet and greet please apply here

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Best Friends Felines
Best Friends Felines
Name: Starla
DOB : 16/03/2022
Gender : Female
Breed: DSH
Adoption Fee: $209
Location: Nundah
Snuggle scope: Smoochy
Cat scope: Great with correct introduction
Dog scope: Untested
Child scope : Great with gentle hands
Vet work: 1st vaccination
Date expected to Leave Care: Mid-June
Booster Due : 11/06/2022
This little pocket rocket is a real sweetheart, she will purr happily as soon as she has a few pats. Her cute markings look like she has her sleeve rolled up on one leg, and down on the other - it’s almost comical.
Starla has decided noisy toys are her favourite, which makes up for her tiny cute meow. She loves spending her day snoozing at the very top of the cat post which she scales with ease
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Best Friends Felines
Please support us -
Here at BFF we are not afraid to take in the ones that will be harder work or cost more ...we however cannot continue to do this without your support .

Izzy was found at a local tip , workers were perplexed as where she was located meant she came in from the trucks that emptied wheelie bins and while they thought who would do that to a tiny baby I did explain this is not unheard of as had many kittens brought to us over the years that had been found in wheelie bins before and I shudder to think how many like Izzy were not heard crying and rescued from the wheelie .
Izzy was in pretty bad shape , she was barely alive totally, injured , emaciated and dehydrated . The first few days were critical but a bag of fluids on the day she was found helped her have some strength to be able to handle some small frequent feeds.
Vets estimate her at 10-12 weeks though tiny like a 7-8 week old kitten from being so starved and discussing how she had a lot of neuro signs the vet said " it’s what you see in animals who have been hit by someone who has tried to kill them " and all of a sudden the dots connected .
We believe someone hit Izzy on the head to kill her then discarded her lifeless body into the wheelie bin like yesterday’s garbage not realising she was just unconscious not dead . The wheelie bin was emptied, who knows how many days later by the garbage truck and she made her way to the tip where she was found by workers .
Izzy was touch and go for a while but made a full recovery and found a wonderful forever home.
To help us continue the great work we do in saving cats like Izzy by purchasing tickets in our amazing raffle by emailing and maybe you will be one of the lucky winners !