We have an influx of kittens available for adoption at the moment – if you’re looking for a fur baby please visit us in Greensborough or give us a call for more information – (03) 8457 6500.
Kittens are $120 and come desexed, microchipped, vaccinated to date, vet checked and go to their forever home in a free carry box
Taffy is getting on very well with her older sister Peri (also adopted from you also). They play together (until Peri is too tired) and sleep on the couch together. Taffy is a real cutie and is coming along well – a couple of toilet mishaps but that is to be expected at her age. Her favourite body part is her mouth – she likes to carry her toys in her mouth, she likes to bite (which is being discouraged) and she is a great eater. Some pix below.
Sue and Bill
We are in desperate need of Blankets, if you have any spares our felines would love to snuggle up with them. Please drop them in during open hours Monday-Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-2pm. One of our beautiful felines would be delighted to give you a big cuddle to say thank you!! Please note: We can’t use doonas or pillows.
We adopted Juno (“Buttons”) and Phebe (“Miranda Purr”) mid last month. They are both happy and thriving! It took them about a week to get used to each other and now they’ve become best friends, often sleeping curled up together. Phebe was very timid when we adopted her but she has really come out of her shell and is every bit as playful and sociable as Juno now. They are both lovely, gentle girls and have adjusted beautifully to our three boys who dote on them. I’ve attached some pics.
Thanks to all of you working with the Cat Protection Society, we appreciate all you do.
I thought I’d throw some pictures of the rapidly growing Guava your way. He is still extremely affectionate and sleeps on the bed… often on the pillows and purrs louder than passing traffic! Everything is a toy but he knows the word “no” because he’s a smart little boy – which helps with the fact that all objects are toys. When it comes to human flesh he is very gentle and keeps his claws tucked away for the most part. He always uses his litter and LOVES kangaroo meat. At the moment he’s only allowed outdoors on a leash but he tolerates this well. He had an unhappy encounter with a bull ant today so now he knows that not everything can be safely sniffed! We love having him around – the house wouldn’t be the same without his hilarious antics, purring and cuddles. I can’t wait to watch him grow into a little panther.
Here’s a little update on Brutus (now named Rasputin….after a similarly misunderstood character with hypnotic eyes), who I adopted recently. He’s doing so well at home; he’s such an independent and affectionate cat, and I feel very grateful for him and for all the help from the Cat Protection Society with getting him home and the rest of it. If you’re looking to adopt a cat I can’t recommend them enough, they do the best they can for the cats in their care and are very helpful when looking to adopt! Thanks again!
We adopted Zoe 4 weeks ago now and she is settling in really well.
Initially she was very shy and scared easily but now she is a typical active and cheeky little girl who loves to play and she even plays fetch!
But when she is tired she loves a cuddle and a nap on your lap.
Here are a few snaps of Zoe.
Phil and Mel
Update on formally George SUK000354 adopted 17/12/2016.
Now known as Mo now for his distinctive moustache. Mo settled in well from the moment he arrived at his forever home, he has made himself right at home, his first night was spent sleeping on my bed and he has slept there every night since, only getting up when I do. Waking up to morning he licks my face and purrs loudly, it is the best way to start the day. His favourite toys are pipe cleaner spiders and his cat tunnel. He is very clumsy which leads to a lot of laughs. Love to thank the person who looked after him until he was put up for adoption, as he is the sweetest kitten I have owned and the funniest. Also like to thank Cat Protection Victoria.
I adopted the divine Suki (nee Vamp) three weeks ago. She’s frequently known as Hurricane Suki when she tears around the house, full of beans!
She’s settled in beautifully, sitting pretty much wherever she wants while she watches everything that goes on.
Suki is my first kitten so watching her develop and get comfortable with her new home is a delight. She’s a very curious kitty and likes to sit on the bathroom window sill each day watching me as I get ready for work.
She also loves a good nap on my lap while I watch telly!
Suki loves having her photo taken, I think she looks like Australia’s Next Top Model!
The Cat Protection Society Victoria
200 Elder Street
Greensborough VIC 3088
P. 03 8457 6500
F. 03 9432 0472
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