Bella is a great cat in all white, surrendered to the pound for
reason unknown. Bella had a spot of cancer on her nose which has
now been frozen and provided she gets a home as an inside cat
the cancer will not spread. Her poor teeth needed attending too
but with all this done, Bella has high hopes finding herself a
home where she will be a forever cat, never to be abandoned again.
Bella is proudly sponsored by Marty and Mary, cats Max, Pepsi,
Moe and Munster
Casper is a lovely semi long haired boy. He can be a bit touchy
with the male cats he shares with but seems to be fine with the
girls. He is also fine with dogs, at least my dog Eddie. Casper
needs an inside home due to his pale complexion but then all cats
should be secure I I had my way. Cats that live inside don’t
risk traffic, evil humans with cat traps or poison, no ferocious
dogs, no snakes and no other cats infected with the FIV virus.
Casper is proudly sponsored by Jo, Cats, Kids and Co
Merlin, this very handsome and affectionate FIV + boy is up for
adoption. Merlin has already made friends with another new comer
and the two can often be seen sleeping together in the same bed.
Merlin has the virus, yes, but the virus is not active and may
never become active. Merlin is just like any other cat, the difference
is that we know he has tested positive. How many owned cats have
been tested? A FIV + cat needs to be confined but so should all
cats be anyway, the free roaming days are over and I agree as
cats actually live longer when not having to battle traffic, dogs,
foxes, humans with evil intent, snakes, you name it. Read up on
FIV, take the stigma out of it and come and adopt one of these
for some reason so very affectionate cats. M/C 956000005409096.
Merlin is proudly sponsored by Marg and Gabe and Molly the cat.
In memory of Daicos
Ginger Girl comes from a hoarder, every single cat from that place
was ginger but for one who was a grey tortie. Ginger Girl is exceptional
beautiful but she his timid, very shy of people. Ginger Girl and
one of her siblings would be perfect as a stable/shed cat but
arrangements to have the cats locked up initially must be in place
as cats are territorial and will try to get back to their old
haunts. Some of theses cats have already moved on and have proved
to be very efficient in keeping stables rodent free. M/C 956000004468262
Ginger Girl is proudly sponsored by Wendy
Brad, well, Brad is Brad. Brad will suit a place where he has
plenty of room to roam. No people wanting to cuddle him constantly,
no other cats, he will though be fine with a dog but no cosy moments
with the same. Brad arrived at the Haven skin and bone and with
a huge wound on his back which took ages to heal. Because he was
so starved he was allowed to eat as much as he wanted, the vollies
were instructed to feed him on demand, my fault, because he still
thinks he is starving to death every second hour of the day. The
boy is rather portly today and despite having saved him from certain
death he still gives a bite if I should be lured into thinking
he might feel an ounce of gratitude. A pat here and there is all
he wants and then to be allowed to be a free spirit. M/C 956000004115051
Brad is proudly sponsored by Jill (who was bitten) and her pets
Jacki, a tad timid, she wants to but hasn’t yet got there.
A home would be the perfect solution for Jacki to find her confidence
and start living as a happy cat. This cat has a lot of potential
and she is beautiful as well. So far she hasn’t shown any
aggression towards her fellow inmates nor does she seem to worry
about Eddie Dog when he comes visiting. M/C 956000005421762
Jacki is proudly sponsored by Jane, Pippin, Ruben & havenite
Ruthie in loving memory of Molly
Polly is a young white cat and she would prefer a home without
any other felines. Polly also needs to be strictly inside due
to her colouring, she will be very prone to cancer on the ears
and nose. M/C 956000004878367.
Polly is proudly sponsored by Susie and Terry, cat Trim and former
Havenites Jessica/Molly, Dudley & Toby, Lily & Ingi in
memory of Max
Heath, young and I think deaf or at least very selective hearing.
Heath has settled in nicely after having found his ranking order
in Philadelphia, my FIV enclosure. Yes, Heath is positive to the
virus but this doesn’t stop him from living life to the
fullest and unlike humans he doesn’t know hence he acts
just like any other cat. Heath has of course been a free roaming
cat and hence he contracted the virus. FIV is no death sentence
at all. Good care, inside home, worming, vaccinations and the
really good news are that the cats themselves are not aware of
carrying the virus. Please, google FIV in cats and come and adopt
a couple of the positive ones, they are all adorable. FIV is the
same virus as HIV but cannot be transmitted to any other species
Heath is proudly sponsored by Kim and her cat Tobey
Nina came with three little boys, all rehomed but mum remains.
Nina is a td shy but still puts up with a pat and a kind word.
Nina’s life hasn’t been easy so she is forgiven for
not jumping in people’s arms at first sight. Still she is
a great cat with huge potential. M/C 956000004890542.
Nina is proudly sponsored by Diana and Luke, in loving memory
Alexandra once a feral little mama cat that has learnt that humans
can be nice. She is still a tad shy but she loves her pats. Alexandra
is dog and cat friendly. M/C 956000003416521.
Alexandra is proudly sponsored by Liza, Ariene and Graham Herschell.
Samii, a lovely little girl in tortie/tabby. Samii was a bit scruffy
looking when she arrived but this is all in the past and she is
more than ready for a new home. M/C 956000008392539
Samii is proudly sponsored by Lillian, Adrian & former havenite
Dexter is a young cat that was diagnosed as being positive to
the aids virus. FIV is no big deal in itself, good care as any
cat should have, inside home or with an enclosure. Vet visits
twice a year as the immune system in a positive cat is compromised.
Dexter unfortunately has got a bad ulcer in his eye and is under
going treatment, severe treatment, as we don’t want to have
to take the eye out if we don’t have to. Dexter is the sweetest
guy around and once we know about his eye he will be very eager
for a home. Please, google FIV in cats and take the stigma out
M/C 956000005419229 Dexter is proudly sponsored by Bec, her cats
Rosie and Beetle
Jeddah an all black beauty has many of her siblings and cousins
here but Jeddah was the only one having young ones at foot upon
arrival. Jeddah is timid but once she knows you is a darling.
She comes from a hoarding situation, not having been ill treated
in any way but things got out of hand. Jeddah has now found homes
for all her babies and would dearly love to find one herself.
A bit of patience with this beautiful cat and she will blossom
into a devoted companion. M/C 956000005573637
Jeddah is proudly sponsored by Stella and her pets from Hoppers
Joel was caught in a trap as his nose shows. He is a gentle cat,
only a bit overcome having lost his home and ended up in a shelter.
Things will be fine, Joel, I will never let you go to anyone like
your first owners. You and all the cats I have will face a much
brighter future than what you had. M/C 956000005573716
Joel is proudly sponsored by Nicole in memory of Mervis.
Rory was petrified when he arrived and it took him a long time
to come out and about. Now he mingles freely amongst his friends
and often asks for a pat. Dog friendly too. M/C 956000004351562
Rory is proudly sponsored by Katrina and cat Maya
Tonia, young sweet little girl that grew up on a farm. Tonia spent
her kitten hood as a shelter cat and now is the question, will
she spend her entire life as a shelter cat? Tonia has everything
going for her, she is beautiful, she is playful, she is very used
to other cats and dogs and she is tabby. M/C 956000004056959
Tonia is proudly sponsored by as a birthday gift to Carla from
her sister Sonya
Nellie arrived with little ones in tow, rescued by a kind man
from an industrial estate. Nellie had only been handled and fed
by men so wasn’t quite sure about all these women she suddenly
was surrounded by. She has accepted us now, we do after all feed
her. Nellie though turned out to be FIV positive while all her
kittens are negative. This little mama cat deserves a home so
badly. FIV is not a death sentence in any way and I do adopt out
rather a few of these lovely cats. Remember that we know that
Nellie is positive, she doesn’t, but what says that a negative
cat wont develop an illness, that something we don’t know.
Google FIV, educate yourself and every single adopter who has
taken in a positive cat just love them, they are for some reason
so people orientated. M/C 956000004496002.
Nellie is proudly sponsored by Genevieve, Jules, Harry and in
memory of Ken
John Silver because he is a silver tabby. The cat is not named
after the pirate. John Silver is utterly handsome but he struggles
to come to terms with shelter life. He looks reassured when I
pat him but he refuses to come out of his hidey hole. Time will
help him, a home even more so. There terrified cats have so much
to give once they feel confident again. M/C 956000004891270 John
Silver is also proudly sponsored by Wendy and Tim, their cats,
in memory of parrot Nigel.
John Silver is also proudly sponsored by Karen and Kevin, cat
Babe in memory of Tigger, Littley, Jazz and Bear.
Miriam, has been here long enough, she is related to a few of
the other cats in the Pucka’s enclosure. She is a beautiful
cat but doesn’t sell herself. Miriam is used to dogs and
gets on well with her fellow felines. M/C956000003405570.
Miriam is proudly sponsored by Robyn and havenites Alice Jane
Jessica, this beautiful mama cat, will soon be ready to find a
home herself with or without one or two of her off spring. Jessica
is not keen on other cats but she is very keen on humans and if
they have food to offer her love knows no boundaries. M/C to be
displayed when Jessica has been de-sexed.
Jessica is proudly sponsored by Carolyn, Alyssa, Tara & cat
DeeDee is a young, a bit shy girl who would love to take that
final step over to completely trust a human. Deedee is used to
dogs, gets along perfectly fine with the other cats and is very
pretty. Once her trust is won she will be THE cat. M/C 956000004342077.
DeeDee is proudly sponsored by Amy, Sam and cat Hugo and
Justin, a young lad, is very sweet like most positive cats. He
has a good friend in one of the other new boys, being washed and
being allowed to curl up in bed with him. It is so sweet to see
how Justin’s friend looks after him. Justin has of course
been a free roaming cat and hence he contracted the virus. FIV
is no death sentence at all. Good care, inside home, worming,
vaccinations and the really good news are that the cats themselves
are not aware of carrying the virus. Please, google FIV in cats
and come and adopt a couple of the positive ones, they are all
adorable. FIV is the same virus as HIV but cannot be transmitted
to any other specie. .M/C 956000005413338.
Justin is proudly sponsored by Susie and Terry, cat Trim and former
Havenites Jessica/Molly, Dudley & Toby, Lily & Ingi in
memory of Max
Kathleen has a tragic story behind her. She has obviously been
dumped as she is used to humans but a tad shy. Kathleen had been
hit by a car and that’s how she ended up in the pound but
the poor girl was also heavily pregnant and aborted her kittens
as a result of the accident. She needs all the care she can get,
she needs to start believing in humans again, she needs a home
and an inside home due to her pale complexion, she doesn’t
need skin cancer on top of everything else. M/C 956000004321414.
Kathleen is proudly sponsored by Beth, Rod, Ellie and all their
cats in memory of Kath, a very dear friend
Freddy is another one of the hoarder cats that arrived last winter.
He is a tiiny bit weary but when given a chance he loves his cuddles.
Freddy is very used to other cats and dogs, being a tabby helps
of course, they are kind of special. M/C 956000004377054.
Freddy is proudly sponsored by Liz, her three cats and dog.
Tamika is a very friendly cat and she goes well with other cats
being young herself. Tamika is fine with dogs and I think she
is on the lookout for a family but a single person wanting this
beauty will do perfectly well too. M/C 956000005403807 Tamika
is proudly sponsored by Robyn, Clive, dog Molly and Havenite Anthony.
Tamika is proudly sponsored by Robyn, Clive, dog Molly and Havenite
Dolph is a young cat and he has been so funny. Dolph arrived with
his three siblings from the pound as juveniles. Brothers and sister
were quickly re homed but Dolph insisted on being very elusive,
‘don’t touch me, I hate you’ behaviour. Then
the time came for Dolph to move out to an enclosure and to muy
surprise, who came up to me asking for cuddles. If ever there
was a reformed character it would have to be Dolph. Dolph is very
used to other cats and dogs.M/C 956000004056584.
Dolph is proudly sponsored by Karen and her cat Lucy.
Banjo has had a hard time getting used to shelter life but he
is coming around. It just takes some a bit longer for some cats
to realise that kindness and looking after is the key when you
run a shelter and many volunteers that offer cuddles. Banjo can
have a great future ahead of him if only he dares trust people
he hasn’t seen before. M/C 956000004321525.
Banjo proudly sponsored by Jen and Troy, cats Gizzy and Jet
Erling the III. Erling is so very affectionate, you can see him
watching out for a pat and a cuddle and one can’t help but
to love him. He needs to be protected from the sun with his white
colouring but who wouldn’t love to have this cat on the
couch of a night time watching TV together? M/C 956000004475749.
Erling is proudly sponsored by Lynne and Björn Hestdal in
memory of Erling, the Norwegian man who loved cats.
Ralph a little boy that is so very shy. He is the prettiest teenager
around but will need a lot of handling to overcome his fear of
humans. Once he has learnt to trust his owner a cat like Ralph
will be the most devoted feline but still remain scared of other
humans. M/C 956000004369081.
Ralph is proudly sponsored by Carolyn, Fiona, Tara, Mikayla and
Watkins is a cat that would be very suitable on a farm. He likes
the indoors too but would like to be able to walk around in nature,
keeping a stable free of mice, accepting a cuddle from his owner
and in general laze about being a cat. M/C 956000001357114.
Watkins is proudly sponsored by Laurinda
Edgar arrived as a street cat and has he put some weight on! He
is a delightful fella, likes to take it easy, often sunning himself
because he really shouldn’t. He would like a home where
all comforts are to be had, he has had enough of rough living.
Edgar is proudly sponsored by Cheryl, in memory of Zena and Puss.
Evan is a big strong cat, arrived with abscesses and very beaten
up from the pound and of course he is FIV positive. He pretends
he is this macho guy but pat him and he starts purring. Evan is
named after the ranger that saved his life. Please google FIV
in cats, take the stigma out of it and come and adopt one of the
FIV cats out of Philadelphia. These cats don’t know they
carry the virus, don’t act differently from other cats but
they must be confined and as a rule they are such people pleasurers.
Evan is proudly sponsored by Drea, and cats Kola, Coco, Diva and
Dante in memory of my late husband Trevor
Moberg, what ever happened to him? I have three very look a likes
and they arrived within weeks of one another. Moberg loves affection
but he is not a happy boy, he can’t understand why everything
was taken away from him and he just wants someone to love and
care for him. M/C 956000004351401
Moberg is proudly sponsored by Damian and Jennie in memory of
Wuzza and St John.
Ebony is black as the night and very beautiful. Ebony has got
sisters and brothers here as they are all from a hoarder so I
can easily state she gets on well with cats and she is fine with
dogs. Only young and she would love to find out what it means
living in a real house with her owner. M/C 956000004322950
Ebony is proudly sponsored by Suzanne and furbabies Pippi Longstocking,
Monkey Magic, Henry, Winter and FIV Positive Casper in memory
of Cheeky, Weedlebee and Felix.
Freya beautiful girl in tabby and yet another hoarder cat. These
cats have not been treated badly but they were left to breed left
right and centre and the situation got out of hand M/C 956000004349037
Freya is proudly sponsored by Cheryl in memory of Cain, who loved
Kelly, named after her veterinarian as both are sweet. Kellie
is not too keen on others of her specie but she does likes humans,
she does like raw chicken necks and she prefers a fish diet. Has
anyone got room for a Kelly cat? M/C 956000004244576
Kelly is proudly sponsored by Saskia and cat Pearl.
is a young street cat in dire need of a home. Wally had a badly
injured tail which I had amputated and a tooth that needed to
come out. What happened to this little cat no one knows but he
is skin and bone, he is FIV positive, he has had such an awful
life up till now and only one thing can make it 100%; a home.
Please consider changing the world for this helpless little cat,
he has done nothing wrong. M/C 956000004369013
Wally is proudly sponsored by Ros, Dylan and Alvin
Turbo is a brother to Diesel but the two don’t have to go
together, they are not particularly close. Turbo is a bit more
outgoing and used to other cats as he is also a hoarder cat. Diesel
has also been vaccinated against the FIV virus. M/C 956000004449178.
Turbo is proudly sponsored by Diana and her two havenites Texas
Garfield, a street cat and he is big. Garfield has been living
on and off with people but was never owned and loved as a cat
should be. His life hasn’t been easy, he is used to wide
open spaces and I can see him on a country property because I
don’t think this cat will settle being confined to the great
indoors at all times. He loves being groomed, doesn’t want
to much picking up and cuddle but he wants pats and he needs patience,
not all have been kind to him. Still he is one great cat and a
favourite with the vollies. M/C 956000008306804.
Garfield is proudly sponsored by Dakota and her cats.
Macca, another unhappy soul. His owner didn’t want him any
longer so he was surrendered to a pound but got out alive. Macca
is very sweet and he would love a home where he can start out
as the first cat, he has expressed interest in getting a little
sister later after he has settled in with his new family. M/C
Macca is proudly sponsored by Christine, and cats Teddy Sebastien,
Molly and Cheeky.
Emz a darling of a cat now that she has accepted that humans can
be trusted, that they bring food and cuddles. Emz doesn’t
like much to be picked up as she hasn’t have much to do
with true affection but she wants to be with you. She is fine
with dogs but there is often a but; Emz is FIV Positive. A positive
cat should live indoors only or with an enclosure. She can live
with other positive cats, she comes from a large cat family, or
cats vaccinated against the virus. Google FIV and take the stigma
out of it. The difference btw a cat with a known condition is
that we know they have it. Any cat, any living being, can come
down with an cancer eg. M/C 956000004581011.
Emz is proudly sponsored by Louisa
Battersby lovely young male. He has a way of looking at you as
to say; come over here and give me a cuddle, and of course one
does just that. He is a settled cat and would suit a family well.
Battersby is proudly sponsored by Sonia, Ari, Marti and Todd.
Penny, she is a mother, she is timid but has got so much potential.
Penny was turfed out of her home because she had kittens but a
nice lady started feeding her and alerted me to her plight. Penny
has got food on tap now a days and boy, can she put away her tucker.
Penny is proudly sponsored by Lee, Greg, cat Precious and ex Havenite
Pili, renamed Angel.
Dan, my long legged boy. He was not happy coming to a shelter
but has settled beautifully. He would be best as someone’s
only cat, one can always add a kitten later but then again not
everyone wants ten cats or more. Dan is fine with dogs. M/C 956000004118485.
Dan is proudly sponsored by Johannes, Fabian, cats Anna and Havenite
Marco a big strong gentle cat. He was abandoned by his owner,
given food and shelter by a kind lady but she couldn’t keep
him as her cat so did the second best thing, took him to the Haven
and here he will stay till someone falls heads over heals for
this handsome chap. M/C 956000003434253.
Marco is proudly sponsored by Karen, cats Dusty and Sophie and
the two tabby brothers; and also by Aimme and cats Tasha and Mitsy.
Jason was wandering the streets for some time till finally picked
up and brought to safety. It is a harsh world out there. He could
so easily have been set upon by dogs, foxes, cars, humans with
evil intent or FIV positive cats. Now he luckily escaped all this
and is available for adoption. Jason is fine with dogs. M/C 956000003435630.
Jason is proudly sponsored by Jamie and cat Elmo
Russella is such a sweet little cat. She was clever enough not
to go into a trap when her siblings all did and was consequently
destroyed. Russella instead hid and only emerged when the rangers
had left and was ever since cared for by a kind man and his fellow
workers. Then Russella had kittens and help was needed. Amongst
pallets and rubble we picked the kittens up with mum and they
were all taken to the Haven. The kittens, beautiful and affectionate
as they were, were soon snapped up and Russella remains as most
of the mothers do. Please, someone come and meet this cat, she
will be the gem in your house. M/C 956000004084201.
Russella is proudly sponsored by Nicky, Havenites Lewis, Robbie,
Babette and Spencer in memory of Harvey.
Elliott, this handsome boy has had some bad encounter with what
we think might be a dog. One of his front legs has been badly
bitten and Elliott is limping. Still he is such an affectionate
cat and loves his food. I can’t of course say yet how he
is with other animals as Elliott is still recovering, M/C 956000004314438.
Elliott is proudly sponsored by Julie, Kevin, cat Mollyand havenite
Ninya now Bobbie.
Xena is a beautifully settled cat. Her first owner had to give
her up due to a terminal illness, her second owner turned out
to be allergic and so Xena ended up at the Haven. She is very
affectionate cat, has always lived as an inside single cat so
is not too fond of others of her kind. She loves cuddles and is
very playful. M/C 956000001483528.
Xena is proudly sponsored by Koriana Park.
Lorna, poor little scared cat. She looks like she has had a very
hard life. We can change her life towards something much better,
Scared cats will blossom when they feel secure, loved and taken
care of. I have numerous examples of this if only a good hearted
human will make the effort. Sadly though most people want the
outgoing purring cats and the ones that really need some TLC are
over looked. M/C 956000004092124.
Lorna is proudly sponsored by Rae, cats Muscles, Dee & Coco.
In memory of Buzz & Squiz.
Shane is a young man born on a farm with his siblings to stray
parents. Shane is a tad timid but his dream in life is to become
a lap cat and he has got lots of potential being a tabby boy with
beautiful white markings. He is very used to dogs and other cats.
Maybe adopt Shane and one of his brothers. M/C 956000003158922.
Shane is proudly sponsored by Lynda and Darren, havenites Gigi
and Leila in memory of Rascal.
Jona a little boy that travelled from far away in order to get
to live. Jona was scared upon arrival, still is a bit but by golly
does he wants to be a lap cat given the chance. Jona has always
lived with other cats and is very used to dogs. M/C 900012001088468.
Jona is proudly sponsored Isobel is sponsored by Bernadette, Mike
and former Havenite Cameron.
Seamus is a young man born on a farm with his siblings to stray
parents. Seamus is a tad timid but his dream in life is to become
a lap cat and he has got lots of potential being a black boy with
beautiful white markings. He is very used to dogs and other cats.
Maybe adopt Seamus and one of his brothers. M/C 956000002963001.
Seamus is proudly sponsored by Larissa in Sydney.
Tiger Lily is the first mum this season. She is a street cat but
has got loads of potential when not cornered. My bet is that with
handling Tiger Lily will become a very settled cat once her kitten
rearing days are over. She may not want to be picked up and cuddled
all day long but she wants to be a people cat. Tiger Lily is not
yet de-sexed nor chipped as she is still rearing babies.
Tiger Lily is proudly sponsored by Ben and Felicia and cat Kira.
Helen has spent a couple of years at the Haven. She is not one
for selling herself and is constantly over looked. Helen goes
well with other cats and is not afraid of dogs. Anyone prepared
to cahnge her life? M/C 956000001450835.
Helen is proudly sponsored by Sue from the ACT.
Helen is also proudly sponsored by Lauren S.
Bootsie is a Memory Cat and wears his name to honour a much loved
cat called Bootsie. My Bootsie is unfortunately rather timid but
he has a lot of loving in him. Time needs to be spent on him,
time needs to be given to him and he will blossom, becoming the
lap cat. Bootie is very comfortable with dogs and other cats.
Please, consider changing his life, don’t let him die a
shelter cat, he is only very young. M/C 956000003142563.
Bootsie is proudly sponsored by Chriss, Jamie and havenite Lyra/Dorothy.
Piggelina approached a farm asking for food and shelter and it
was offered to her but she needed to be de-sexed. Unfortunately
she was found to be FIV positive upon testing and Pigelina made
the Haven her home. She is one sweet cat, always ready for some
time one to one, cuddling and food her favourites. FIV is a virus,
same as HIV but can not be transferred to either humans or dogs,
only btw cats.Please read up on FIV and consider giving one of
them a home. Piggelina will be a strong M/C 956000003653113.
Piggelina is proudly sponsored by Wanda in memory of ZuZu San
Pinny is no spring chicken but still very much alive and kicking.
This older cat has walked the neighbourhood looking for her owners
that didn’t want her any longer. Pinny may come across as
being un friendly to begin with but once she knows her humans
she is one very sweet lady, she has after all no reason to trust
the first person she meets.. M/C 956000003038686.
Pinny is proudly sponsored by Min and her three havenites Mimi,
FIV cats John John and Ozzy
Marilyn beautiful little calico. This little cat arrived with
many of her relatives to find sanctuary at the Haven after her
owner passed away not having arranged for the cats to be taken
care of in case something happened. The poor cats were discouraged
by neighbours when they went in search of food by having rocks
thrown at them till one kindly lady took pity on them and took
then to safety. M/C 956000003408808.
Marilyn is proudly sponsored by Tina & Tony, cats Gismo, Pearl,
Bonnie and Solly.
Frost, young and beautiful. Frost has had kittens but they are
gone into great homes and only mum remains. Frost would prefer
to start out as the only cat, she will accept a kitten later but
right now all this little feline wants is a warm, caring home.
Frost is proudly sponsored by Rhoda, Simon, Liam, cats Sasha,
Marley, Ziva and Kylar
Pushka, a cat that hasn’t stopped purring. This little cat
was found walking the streets, very ill and in dire net of some
serious medical attention. Owners, please, don’t move leaving
your cat behind thinking she will be fine, she will not, Pushka
is a perfect example. She needs an inside home because of her
colouring and as far as I cn determine she also needs to be in
a single at household but a lovelier cat is hard to find. M/C
Pushka is proudly sponsored by Pushka is proudly sponsored by
Sharon, Dougal, ex havenites Felix and Fergie.
Serena, young and beautiful in a short haired coat and rather
playful. She is a lovely little girl but does not like being a
shelter cat, far too many other cats to compete with when it comes
to cuddles. Superb little cat in any situation. M/C 956000003400711.
proudly sponsored by Margaret and former Havenite Richard
Serafina arrived with four kittens, all full of fleas and in a
sorry state but nothing a worm tablet, some flea treatment and
good food can’t fix. Serafina herself is very sweet as are
the kits, they have been fed by some neighbours and other neighbours
have been throwing rocks at the little family. They are all safe
now and Serafina will be micro chipped and de-sexed as soon as
she feels a bit better.
Serafina is proudly sponsored by Odette and her cat Urzsulla as
a birthday gift.
Henry and Elke didn’t know one another till they came to
the Haven but have formed a strong bond. Henry looks after his
girl friend because she is a tad scared of the world in general
but very sweet despite this. Henry is the braver of the two and
never says no to a cuddle. Both cats found themselves on the streets
when they became juveniles and I sincerely hope there is someone
out there that can bring a sparkle back into their eyes. M/C 900012000373342
Henry is proudly sponsored by Alicia and cat Cadbury.
Elke is proudly sponsored by Anthony and Joy, cats Opal and Ashlee.
Larry is a darling cat in grey tabby, semi long haired. He is
affectionate, he loves his food, he is OK with dogs but unfortunately
her turned out to be FIV + when he was de-sexed. FIV cats are
just like any other cat but they must be confined and not be let
to roam as they can then spread the virus via saliva through biting.
They can happily co exist with other FIV cats or cats that are
vaccinated against the virus. FIV can not spread to humans, dogs,
rabbits only to other cats. Please google FIV and take the stigma
out of it because as a rule they are very people oriented cats.
Larry is proudly sponsored by Sinead and havenites Tiffany and
Pya is a little rotund cat with a very short tail and a semi long
haired coat. She is a little shy but get hold of her and she enjoys
a cuddle. She doesn’t come from the best of homes judging
by the state she was in upon arrival but things can change, miracles
have happened and will do so again. M/C 956000002958988
Pya is proudly sponsored by Celeste and Henry, cats Sally, Darryl,
Babe, Hannes and Tico.
Fergie is young and very shy but still she is a happy little soul
and she has got this habit of carrying her tail along her back.
Fergie is dog and cat friendly, humans need to convince her of
their intest before she will fully trust them. M/C 956000003250371
Fergie is proudly sponsored by Julia and David.
Amalia was due for the green dream because
her owner couldn’t be bothered to take her with her when
she moved. Why should she have to die because she was taken in
on a whim as a kitten? Cats can easily live to 18–20 years
old and they are meant to be forever. Amalia is one nice cat,
easy going and cuddly once she has made sure the human is trustworthy.
is proudly sponsored byChloe and diva cat Kimmy and former Havenite
Click here to find out how you can sponsor a cat.
Beatrice is a middle
aged cat that has finally overcome her shyness towards humans.
She is a cat that will roll in front of your feet to let you know
you are acceptable to her. She has lived with other cats all her
life and she is used to dogs. The change in this little feline
is absolutely heart warming. M/C 956000000668235
is proudly sponsored by Liberty and her family
Jana comes in tabby/tortie. She is a shy cat that was surrendered
by a local lady together with another five adults and numerous
kittens. Jana has lived in a house kind of so with handling she
will become a worthy member of society. Anyone interested in giving
this little feline a home? M/C 956000001446008.
Jana is proudly sponsored by Harriet, Andy, FIV cats Doug, Max
and former Havenite Erick.
sssIngrid's Haven, PO Box PO Box 323, Broadford
Call 0417 360 700. s