Long term foster residents, cheeky Pua, laidback Raz, little Tiger and the divine Princess Molly have all been adopted and loving their new homes.
Our recent arrivals, Celeste with the beautiful green eyes, (anything but) Tiny and Denni have also been adopted. Celeste came to us from another shelter and had only been in our care for six days before being swooped up by a great family.
Tiny came to us with his two sisters, being an accidental litter of their mum Turtle. They were getting too big to be living under one roof and their owners wanted help finding good homes for them. For an eight-month old kitten Tiny is the size of an adult cat, with a sweet and loving personality. Cuddly Tiny was in our care for 13 days, and Denni too was also adopted very quickly. Tiny’s sisters Pip and Blondie have not been so lucky though and are still available for adoption.
We are so appreciative that these cats were able to find their furever homes, and grateful that these families chose to adopt a rescued pet instead of buying an undesexed pet from a back yard breeder. Our aim is to increase the desexed companion pets in the our community and reduce the number of undesexed cats reproducing uncontrolled in our community and becoming feral.
Thanks in particular to our sponsor partners Pets Pool and Produce and PetBarn Ipswich, for hosted them at their stores and being a major contributor to their speedy adoptions.
Would you like to adopt a kitty? Check our Adopt us page for cats currently in foster care. If you would like to share the love but cannot adopt long-term find out how you can become a foster carer. Alternatively, we have many furbabies that need some extra help before they get their new life chances if you wish to donate. Every dollar we receive goes to the medical care and rehoming of all our foster cats.