Cinta didn’t get the human interaction and handling that she needed at a young age to make her comfortable with people, but she just loves other animals and would be a great companion for your cat. Being fostered for a while showed us that once settled Cinta becomes relaxed enough to be around you and may even be up for the occasional pat. Just don’t expect her to become an affectionate pet as that is very unlikely.

Cinta deserves a chance the same as every other feline and we desperately wish for her to have a home of her own. If you think you could provide her with a home where she can be comfortable just being herself, or preferably having a feline companion who can help teach her humans can be a good thing in her life then please come into CPS and meet her.

Cinta is 1yo and would not be suitable to a home with children.



WHERE ARE THEY NOW-KJ (Toby) & Sheldon (Pippin)

Hey Guys,

I adopted Toby about a year and a half before Pippin and even though Toby can be a bit of a sassy diva at times they get along well. Pippin loves his human and even plays fetch.



Pippa needs a permanent foster home

Pippa is a beautiful 14yo who is looking for a permanent foster home to spend her retirement in. Pippa suffers from occasional loose stools, but is very good at making sure she uses her litter tray. She has been seen by three vets and had every test to try to determine what is causing the issue, unfortunately no causes have been found. On the upside she is otherwise healthy for her age and is a smoochy lady. She has lived with a small dog with no problem.

We want her to spend the rest of her life in a home so the decision has been made to find a permanent foster home for her.
If you think you can provide this beautiful lady a warm couch and lap please come and meet her at the shelter or email to apply and for more information. We will supply her veterinary care and food (she is on a prescription diet). You will need to supply love, cuddles and security.

Ideally we would want her to be living near Greensborough and her carer having own transport, for her veterinary care and food supply.



Zoe is a quiet achiever, she will not meow out for you to come to her, she is a lady who just goes with the flow. Unless of course you forget to feed her! As you can see Zoe loves her food, what this voluptuous lady does not love is other felines or children. Zoe would suit a nice quite home where she can chill out with you but it will be on her terms. She may take a bit to settle but once she is comfortable she will be happy to watch the world go by on your lap. Due to Zoe’s pink nose and ears she must be indoors only.


WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Izzy & Letty (a.k.a.Isabella & Juliet)

We love to hear how our all our felines are doing in their new homes, and this is a wonderful update on two seniors who came to us  at 12yo and 13yo. Their owner had sadly passed away and they were scared and did not understand what was happening in their lives.  It takes a special person to adopt a senior let alone two seniors. These gorgeous gals were adopted into a wonderful loving home and will never have to be scared again.


Hi guys just another little update on Izzy and Letty whom we adopted from CPS last year. Both girls are doing well although they don’t quite get along as well as they used to, they both tolerate one another. They aren’t opposed to the occasional grooming session. Both girls have taken to sharing the bed with us which we absolutely love and they enjoy supervised outdoor time each day. We love giving them the best life they can possibly have as we want them to enjoy their golden years with us. They are very happy, Letty absolutely loves belly rubs I’ve never seen a cat that loves them SO much and Izzy is either on your lap, or trying to get on your lap.



Are you looking for a mate to chill with you whilst watching the footy or a good movie? One that doesn’t want to cuddly all the time, one that just wants to hang with you, a blokes mate! Yes?  Then come and meet Harold this weekend.

Harold came to us as a stray, he is a friendly boy but will not put up with being pushed around. Show him space and patience and he will show you how to chill and not worry about the small stuff. Harold is 2yo and would suit best to being your only feline and not living with young children.

Whilst your meeting Harold please also take the time to meet Nerone, another of our boys. Nerone is living the life in his own office so just ask our staff to introduce you.