250,000 unwanted pets are killed in pounds
and shelters in Australia every year, just because they can't find homes.
These are innocent animals, whose original human companions
did not take responsibility
Be part of the solution. Adopt a rescue pet.
Click here to read about Larry Holmes
and all the other cats who saw out their days at Ingrid;s Haven.
and the cats would
like to thank the Robertson, Devagnanam, Reddi and Shaw
families for their generous donations. They couldn't
pick just one cat to sponsor, so the donation is to help all!
A very generous donation has been made to the Haven in memory
of Glenda Boscoe, a lady who loved animals all her life.
of kittens looking for love!
The kittens are pouring in, there are so many, so many and all are
so beautiful, playful, adorable and must haves. A kitten will grow
up to become an adult, a kitten will never be an until cat meaning
until it grows up, until you are having a baby, until you have a
new partner, until you move, until you think you have something
better to do than to look after the cat you once gave a home to,
a cat that is totally and utterly at the mercy of its owner. Please,
think carefully before you adopt a kitten you may not have any plans
of keeping, these little animals pay with their lives if you abandoned
them what ever way. Any animal is for life and that means till death
do you part. It is really very simple.
Willow, she is
absolutely stunning, she gives the best head butts, she is so grateful
for every meal you put in front of her, she loves a pat but Willow
is FIV +. This was discovered when Willow was de-sexed as all my
cats get tested for FIV upon arrival. Willow had two kittens that
have been re homed to a lovely new owner who couldn’t care
less if the kits come up positive when they are tested at six months
of age. FIV is not a death sentence in any way, it is the same virus
as the human aids but cannot be transmitted between human and feline.
Please, google FIV, educate yourself , take the stigma out of it.
OK, the cat will need to see its veterinarian twice a year, worming
and vaccinating are essential, good food and the virus may never
take hold and of course the cat must be kept confined. Ask yourself
what would you do if someone in your family announced they are HIV
positive, would you shun them? Would you throw them out of home?
Didn’t think so. M/C 956000008910123.956000008834089.
is proudly sponsored by Therese and James, cats Sooty, Kit, Kat,
Fergus, Biscuit, Mozart and Savannah, dogs Tayla and Indi
Metella in grey tortoiseshell is a very nice
cat indeed. Having been abandoned, having faced death after her
pound stay, she is now safe and has a future to look forward to.
Metella will be suitable in any situation.
proudly sponsored by Carmen, in memory of Becky.
a few years old and the most wonderful cat, really no need to adopt
him as I will miss out on him then. We are in love, he is my shadow
whenever I am in his enclosure. But Ronnie was very sick a year
or so ago. He was tested for everything, his mouth was raw and in
the end we put it down to calici virus which will test negative
once it is chronic. I ended up having all his teeth removed, it
hasn’t affected his smile at all but should he live with other
cats these cats must be kept vaccinated as well as Ronnie himself.
He eats wet food but also inhales dry food. He is like a new cat
and I have a feeling he would be the happiest with an owner all
to himself though he gets on well with other felines.
is proudly sponsored by Emma, in memory of Zona.
Click here to find out how you can sponsor a cat.