Hi, just an update on Gem whom we adopted from you about a month ago now.
Gem is a big 5 year old, we didn’t know if she would like our big dogs, or if they would like her, we hadn’t owned a cat in years.. but her personality jumped out at us.
Fast forward a month, to today and she is truly a part of our family, like she’s always been here, she’s queen of the dogs, loves to be around us wherever we are, entertains us with her playing antics, and with the added bonus of her 5 years age she was already litter and life trained.
She is and has been the best, we couldn’t imagine life without her now.

WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Gramps (aka Arlo)

It’s been two weeks with this little man and he literally has changed our lives. When we met him, he was a dosile big boy who just chilled and flopped in our arms. BUT NOW, it’s like living with a eager cat crooner who loves to meow, play and snuggle! He loves his cat tree, the windows, chasing the laser pointer and being carried around like a baby. Also, side note. Cat grass takes him to his special place.

Both Jess and I love Gramps (aka Earl Grey Jones, Grandpaw, Gandalf, Grampsies) and cannot express the right words with how much joy and love he has brought to our little home.


This is beautiful Dolly (aka Opal) who we adopted  in February from you. She is the most beautiful puss who has settled into apartment lifestyle so well. She brings us joy everyday & definitely lets us know who’s the princess. Thank you for the work you do for all the pusses. 😀

WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Rupert (formerly Ernie)

I adopted him from the Cat Protection Society a bit over two months ago and he is so far enjoying the love, toys and bow tie we have given him. He was at first very cheeky and a little bit nippy, but this has since translated into a healthy playfulness. He is still coming to terms with not being the only cat on the block, but we are sure that this handsome and confident boy will soon be fully settled.


I’m just writing to you to tell you how lucky I am to have come to the Greensborough Cat Society in August to pick up the most loving, affectionate, playful furry baby I have ever met her name is Bridie and over the last couple of months we have been inseparable I just love her to bits.

WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Rusty & Trapp

Hi, just wanted to say my husband and I couldn’t be happier with our two beautiful kittens ❤️ they have brought such joy to our lives and we are so glad we got two so they could become best friends! Thanks for all the hard work you do – can’t recommend you guys enough!!

WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Ziggy and Pistachio

I adopted Ziggy last Oct/November and Pistachio in May this year. Pistachio was a kitten when we got him but now he’s fully grown into adorable white floofball. They love each other 😻😻😻

WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Benson (now Billee)

Hello to the kind people of the Cat Protection Society!

On Sunday we came to you and fell in love with this beautiful cat and we couldn’t be more excited. He has settled in perfectly and has such a lovely, calm yet playful personality. He loves our carpeted spiral staircase as many other cats have before him and has easily become comfortable with our house. He has sat with me as I study and done very normal cat things like walk on my laptop, sitting under beds and finding his way into all the kitchen cupboards. 

I have never been happier to be woken at 2am as he only wanted pats and attention and I found later he did this to everyone in the family. He is still a little startled by loud noises or people walking outside if he can see them through a window but has managed very well with our busy household and continues to settle more every day.  

Thank you so much for looking after him for the time you did so that he could find his way to us. 



P.S. The name Billee was found on google translate as the word for cat in Hindi, although I think it may be the female form we found that it fits very well 🙂 


My partner and I just wanted to share how well our new kitten ‘Ewok’ is fitting in with us. We adopted Ewok (now called Duster) on the 14th July and even from day one he has been a very confident and loving kitty. We absolutely love him! Thank you for the opportunity to adopt him. It was wonderful to see what a clean and caring environment you guys run.

Thanks,Prindi, George and Duster


WHERE ARE THEY NOW – Bento and Minty

We adopted 2 adorable ginger kittens from you in July, known to you as “Tommen” and “Joffrey”. 

 They are now called Bento and Minty. Such beautiful and cheeky kittens! We are so pleased they are a part of our family, the kids love them! 


Thank you!! 




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!


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.


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.


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.




Hi there,
Firstly, I want to again pass on my gratitude to you all for the fantastic work you do.  It is clear that you take the time to get to know and understand the personalities of each of your cats, then ensure you take an active interest in knowing those who come in as potential parents to these guys.

In early March I came in to have a look around and very soon was chosen by ‘Tommy’ who smothered me with smooches and purred like an engine.  I didn’t want to make an impulse decision so was there for quite a while, even then returning the next day before adopting him.  Staff were incredibly patient and informative, helping me to talk it through.  One lady in particular was very gracious and generous with her time, but I cannot recall her name. She has light brown hair up in a ponytail and has been at reception when I’ve been in.

I brought in a few little donations for the kitties as a thank you and will continue to bring more.

I changed Tommy’s name but thought you might like to see how he’s going…Here are some pics of Figaro (Fig for short) named after the black and white cat from Pinocchio…