WHERE ARE THEY NOW -Chip

I wanted to send you this of “Chip” as he was known when he was with you at Greensborough CP Society. I’ve called him Robbie and we are best friends. He’s really come out of himself since I brought him home at the end of April this year. Thank you so much!

WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Tucker

Our beautiful “Tucker” we adopted him from you a few weeks ago, he is so happy and content, fits in well with our home, the kids all love him and in return he is very affectionate with all of them! So happy Tucker has become apart of our family!
Thank you team.

Cat Lovers Show

2 MONTHS TO THE CAT LOVERS SHOW!

Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th September @ Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton.

The show is an entire weekend devoted to our favourite creatures CATS!

CPS will of course be there, we have a stand next to the Cat Café with information on our cats, toys for your cat, scratching posts for your cat, beds for your cat and CPS branded merchandise for you. We will also have a stand in the Adoption Zone where you just might find your next feline family member to adopt.

Book your tickets early and save, just follow the link below.
https://catloversshow.com.au/melbourne/

 

CAT OF THE WEEK – Tinsel

Tinsel is a quiet 1yo girl, who can be a little shy, once you win her over she does like to have a chat and is happy to be told how beautiful she is. A quiet home and some love will bring this gorgeous girl out of her shell.

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Inkie

Inkie has settled in very well. From very shy beginnings of hiding under the couch and not coming out for hours to now roaming the house with such confidence, it is lovely to see this beautiful girl blossom into a relaxed and happy kittie. She enjoys lazing up high in her closet all day and then turns on her wild side at dusk by prancing around the house, getting into everything and being an absolute sticky nose wanting to know everything that I am doing. Inkie loves her toy mouse that has a hint of catnip inside and you can often hear her throwing it around in the middle of night. She also loves to jump on my bed at goodness knows what time of the night and tenderly ‘kisses’ and sniffs my eyelids for some reason, it’s really quite cute. Inkie now rolls on her back and loves a tummy rub and kisses on her forehead. This kittie is simply beautiful in every way and I’m so happy she has found her forever and ever home.

WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Ariel

Marshmallow (formerly Arial) is about a year old now. Not super cuddly, she is an independent lass who will play fetch with Mum (so long as she has a Lindt ball wrapper – no substitutes) and has laid claim to some of  Mum’s yarn collection. She loves looking out the windows, watching the occasional car and all of our native birds, and the family’s 2 budgerigars.
Our young asthmatic and cat lover was mildly allergic (we had no idea) with Marshmallow, but over the year Marshmallow has been tolerating a weekly bath well (to reduce dander) and a few months ago we stretched out the time between baths and it’s now been 2 months and no wheezing (hooray). Mum’s happy to not be having her demise plotted constantly and Marshmallow is happy she doesn’t have to go to the spa anymore though the photos are hilarious.

 

 

CAT OF THE WEEK – Andre

Andre is a stunning boy who has stunning green eyes that will melt your heart! Andre has come a long way since being with us, he is now very comfortable when meeting new humans. He is a smoochy chilled out man who likes his food!

Andre is FIV+ which is not a reason to overlook him.

About FIV in Cats –
FIV cats live many years without any health problems. FIV cannot be transmitted to humans, dogs or other pets. FIV can only be transmitted to other cats through deep blood-drawing bite wounds. He must be an indoor cat only to reduce any possibility of him being attacked or fighting with another cat.

Come and meet him, fall in love with him and our staff will give you all the information you need on FIV in cats.

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