RUSTY, Byron, Pumpkin, Miley, Blossom, Marshmallow and Hamilton need new homes.

The seven eight-week-old kittens are too much of a handful to all be looked after by Fraser Coast Cat Rescue foster carer Keisha Fladrick.

The 25-year-old, who has helped care for more than 30 cats in the past year dumped at the Fraser Coast pounds, said anyone with a love for animals could give cat minding a go.

CUTE CATS: The eight-week-old kittens are pictured with foster carer Keisha Fladrick.
CUTE CATS: The eight-week-old kittens are pictured with foster carer Keisha Fladrick. Alistair Brightman

"Even if you are working full-time, they are really easy to look after," she said.

But be prepared - giving the furry bubs to their forever homes once adopted can be a sad time, she said.

Check out the above video to see her top cat caring tips.



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