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Cats in our Care

These cats and kittens have been rescued from various pounds and shelters by volunteer foster carers who provide the cat with a safe haven until they can be permanently rehomed. Cats are located throughout Sydney, Australia.

Please note that descriptions of breed, age and size are given in good faith and are based on assessment of the cat's features, together with veterinary opinion. We cannot guarantee the age and breed of any cats listed.

All cats listed come desexed, vaccinated, wormed and microchipped.

Kittens will only be rehomed when over 8 weeks of age.

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Luna

Luna

shd - female - 1 month and 1 weeks

Luna is a sweet and pretty silver tabby girl who was brought into care with her mum and 5 other siblings. She is a brave little girl who uses the kitty litter and likes to eat kitten kibble, climbing, jumping, playing and running in the halls. She gets along with other cats and has been cautiously introduced to a small dog.

Luna has been in foster care since 22 November 2020, for 1 week

Stella

Stella

shd - female - 1 month and 1 weeks

Stella is Luna's 'right hand man'. They stick together, play, run, jump, chase together. She's used the litter box right from the start and is beginning to eat kitten kibble but still feeding off her mummy's milk as well. She gets along with other cats and seems confident around a small dog but caution still needs to be used of course.
She's a full silver tabby in colour but has a bit of orange on her foot and the tip to her tail.

Stella has been in foster care since 22 November 2020, for 1 week

Cooper

Cooper

shd - male - 1 month and 1 weeks

Cooper is a dark brown tabby boy who is very laid back. He is always the last one out of bed in the morning and the last one into bed at night. He's learning to eat solids, climb, jump, play, run and is good with other cats plus has been around a small dog (with caution). He has used the kitty litter box from at least the age of 4 weeks.

Cooper has been in foster care since 22 November 2020, for 1 week

Blaze

Blaze

shd - male - 1 month and 1 weeks

He's light orange tabby male who, along with his orange tabby brother walked and ate wet food first. He's slightly bigger than Quezo. He's the first one to learn how to purr. He has used the litter box right from the beginning.
He's an outgoing boy who's been introduced to a small dog and seems to get along with other cats. He was rescued along side his mum and 5 other siblings from the pound.

Blaze has been in foster care since 22 November 2020, for 1 week

Quezo

Quezo

shd - male - 1 month and 1 weeks

He is a confident boy who walked/ran/climbed/played early. His brother Blaze taught him how to eat wet food before the other siblings. Smart little guy loves practicing his climbing and jumping skills and has been around a small dog but is very cautious. He uses the kitty litter box and gets along with other cats.

Quezo has been in foster care since 22 November 2020, for 1 week

Asher

Asher

DSH - male - 2 months

Meet Asher

He and his siblings were born in care after their pregnant mum found herself in the pound.

Asher is the quietest of the bunch, a soft natured boy who enjoys a cuddle and will play but isn't the one who is likely to be exploring and on the hunt all day. He is easy to handle but he's still getting used to being carried around (us humans are high up!)

Asher would suit most households, but probably with older children who are less full on would be best for him.

Asher has been in foster care since 24 November 2020, for 5 days