With love we would like to introduce our darling tabby sisters, Kami and KaTora!
Kami (ginger tabby) is the sweetest little kitty, she loves rolling onto her back to request belly rubs, has the gentlest nature and lays in your arms like a baby. Kami is a special kitten as she only has 80% vision in one eye, although the vet says this may improve over time as she gets older with lubricating eye drops. This absolutely does not stop her climbing posts and playing with her favourite toys - a typical kitten.
KaTora (silver tabby with black nose) is a the shyer of the two girls, who is more confident once you gain her trust. She has no eyesight issues and loves to rumble with her sister and play to no end. At the end of the day she will curl up on your lap for cuddles and pats. Like her sister, she is a purr machine.
We are besotted with these girls and want to find them a home together, forever! This duo are bonded siblings and cannot be separated, so will need to be adopted together.
* Check out their videos to see how gorgeous these two are together *
Narla and Simba turn 2 years old at the end of July and we think it's time that they have their own forever home. Their mother was a stray cat that had them in a lovely ladies yard who has been looking after them including having all vet work including life-time registration. Narla is the confident one of the two and protector of Simba. We think they are best suited to a quiet home either with a single person or a couple. Check out her video to see how affectionate she is not only with Simba but humans - notice her showing her tummy which is the ultimate display of trust.
This special girl (tortie/female) was rescued from the streets, is FIV positive (further information below) and is looking for her forever home where she can be spoiled and live a long, healthy and happy life.
Her carer was taking a morning walk and saw her lying in the grass, called out and this friendly girl came straight over for a pat and chin scratch. She was dirty, and so underweight you could see her ribs poking out. Her carer began bringing her food everyday, and this beautiful girl was always waiting in the same spot at the same time, running over to greet them and rubbed against her carers legs to say thank you. After some investigating her carer found out Tatiana was a local stray cat, who used to be fed by an elderly lady who had been admitted to hospital. This story broke her carers heart and she was popped into a carrier and taken home.
Tatiana has been an absolute darling in foster care, her friendly nature and loving patience has made her a delightful friend to her carers 2 yr old son whom she loves to greet with a kiss. She is sure to do well in a family with young children, or where her humans are home often to shower her with the love and attention she deserves. She hasn’t liked her carers other cats, so will be best to a home as the only cat, or may require a very slow introduction to other cats. Due to her FIV she needs to be kept strictly indoors for her safety and longevity.
Meet Lady! This smoochy girl is around 18mths and absolutely lives for scratches and snuggles! She is FIV positive (more about that below) but don’t let that deter you, she is an active, playful and curious kitty who deserves a forever home of her own. A little shy and timid to begin with, once you’ve gained her confidence she will be all over you - especially if you're offering ham!
Lady is best suited to a quiet home with a loving family who have the time to give her the attention she needs and don’t mind the 7am/9pm zoomies all around the house. Lady gets along with other cats, and would love to have a friend to keep her company, or an owner who is home often for company.
Please note that Lady is FIV+, which means that while she is immunocompromised (similar to HIV), if kept strictly indoors, up to date on flea/worm treatments and yearly vaccinations, and fed a raw healthy diet, she can still live a long healthy life. Cats with FIV rarely progress to AIDS (unlike the human virus), in fact only in 5% of cases, which means 19/20 cats will likely die of old age before anything FIV related. It is rarely transmitted to other animals (or humans) via casual contact, and only really becomes an issue if taking out pet insurance. Please don’t be afraid to adopt a FIV+ cat, they need loving homes too!
* Check out their videos to see how gorgeous these two are together *
Narla and Simba turn 2 years old at the end of July and we think it's time that they have their own forever home. Their mother was a stray cat that had them in a lovely ladies yard who has been looking after them including having all vet work including life-time registration. Simba is more reserved than his more confident sister. He loves pats and needs gentleness from humans. He's initially reserved around humans until he gets to know them. We think they are best suited to a quiet home either with a single person or a couple. Check out her video to see how affectionate she is not only with Simba but humans - notice her showing her tummy which is the ultimate display of trust.
It is our pleasure to introduce little Jax (tabby/male), who is just 4 months old and learning that a safe life indoor with his own private butler is pretty damn amazing stuff. He’s wondering how it took so long for him to find this out! Not to worry, he is safe now, out of the car park scavenging junk food where he was, and never since has his belly been empty nor his little feet been cold.
Jax is an energetic young boy who loves playing with the abundance of toys and enjoying the company of his foster siblings. His is a sweet boy, and sure to be a wonderful companion.
Jax is best suited to homes with an existing cat, or he can be adopted with a friend to ensure his growth, happiness and maturity in the long run. If you’ve also fallen in love with Jax like we have, please send through a message.
Meet Amber, one of three beautiful calico sisters saved from life as a street cat. Born into a friendly colony in Auburn, the girls were brought into care from just a few months of age and have been raised in a loving, stimulating and dog-friendly environment.
Amber is confident and adventurous, with stunning good looks - ginger around her eyes and grey markings on her ears and head. As a delightful kitten she loves to be stimulated and engages in play, with her favourite toy being the kitty tunnel to play chasings through. Afterwards she loves a snuggle and will come asking for a lap to cuddle on and be loved.
Amber is best suited to a home with an existing cat or adopted with one of her sisters so she is guaranteed company all day. If you think you have the forever home she’s been waiting for, send us an inquiry with your email to organise a meet and greet!
Unsocialised, 4 month old kittens. Looking for a long term carer that has specialised or has experience with unsocialised cats. We are ideally looking for a carer for each kitten so they are able to really get the socialisation needed.
Hello, I grew up on the streets. I haven't quite figured out how to trust yet but I do love being inside in the warmth. I am super appreciative I am just a little to scared to show it yet. It's been a tough transition and I really need your help. I need to be handled and cuddled and spoken to and told how pretty, brave and smart I am. I will need to be in foster care for a couple of months so I am to fully learn how to be an inside kitty before I find my forever home. If you have knowledge, training or just enough patience please send us a message! I would love to get started on learning how to love.
To foster please send us a message, all vet work will be covered by us xx We would love to have you onboard :D
This sweet shy tubby trio were found loose on a 100km/ph road and are now ready to find a forever home to call their own!
They are all castrated males who have been vaccinated, wormed and hoof trimmed.
They are nervous boys but with kind hands holding delicious treats to assure them they are safe and loved, their hearts could soon be won over.
Please get in touch if you think you can offer this sweet family a second-to-none home for the rest of their long lives.
Hope is an interesting cat. She is a little confused at times as she likes being around people, but isn't sure if she wants to rub against you, give you little love bites or wants a bit of a pat? This being said, she is quite friendly and wants to be around her hoomans. She is comfortable around dogs, but can be a bit picky with her cat friends. She seems happier around male cats. She is very happy outside in her kitty run, but does like to come inside and socialise as well. Hope requires a house with a cat enclosure as she really likes her outside time. She still is a bit anxious and wary when getting a pat. We are looking for someone special who can understand this special girls needs as she has previously been on medication to assist her with the way she copes with things. She needs a home without children.