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 and over 1kg in weight.

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Dark Princess

Dark Princess

Bengal - female - 3 years and 5 months

Dark Princess is a nice natured female purebred Bengal who isn't overly vocal but will let you know when she wants your attention.

She is active and confident but does enjoy a cuddle and smooch with her owners too. She is very easy to handle but has better things to do than be petted all day!

Dark Princess gets along with some cats and not others and doesn't seem phased by dogs. She will need a home with room for her to play and explore and is used to life in a very large outdoor cattery. Due to the adventurous nature and hunting abilities of her breed she isn't suitable to be allowed to free roam outside.

She is a lovely adult cat who will be perfect for a home without very young children and who isn't after a lapcat but wants an active companion to share their life and enjoy a game with.

Please email ( for more information.

Dark Princess has been in foster care since 18 June 2019, for 1 month



Bengal - female - 3 years and 10 months

Asia is a delightful, interesting young character. She is confident, friendly, vocal, and enjoys a cuddle but it's playing and exploring that really take her fancy.

Asia lives up to the typical Bengal character, loves a game and I'm pretty sure she loves playing with water if her water bowl is anything to go by ;-)

Asia will suit a home without very young children who are after an energetic, more dog like cat and who has the space to let her explore and play. A home with an outdoor cattery as well as indoors would be ideal.

Asia is ok with some cats and not others, she is ok with dogs although hasn't lived with one directly.

For more information about Asia please email

Asia has been in foster care since 18 June 2019, for 1 month

Max and Mimmi

Max and Mimmi

Ragdoll - mixed - 13 years

Max is 13, he’s a bit of a rascal and loves to drink water from the bathroom tap, he is in excellent health. Loves a bit of roaming outside but always inside at night. He’s very intuitive and loves a sleep on a comfy bed. Definitely a “independent” cat. Wakes me up early morning and once I’m up he goes back to bed! He does have a go at Mimmi sometimes and then a bit later they are snuggled up together.

Mimmi is 12 and gorgeous, she is quite timid but got a beautiful soul. Doesn’t like to be picked up but happy to watch tv next to me and also in excellent condition. She loves a brush. She’s the sweetheart out of the two.

They were vaccinated this week and got a clean bill of health. They truly are beautiful.

They are looking to be rehomed together due to a change in family circumstances.

Located at Lane Cove.



DSH - female - 1 year and 2 months

This lovely young girl is Tabitha. She is around 14 months old, and has spent most of that time just lapping up all the love she can get from her foster carer. Tabitha is such a friendly girl, any attention she can get she will take, and so she would definitely suit a home where she will get plenty of that! She is currently in care with both dogs and other cats, and so it is likely that Tabitha would be absolutely fine in a home with other animals too! Tabitha is all up to date on her vaccinations and flea and worm treatment, she is microchipped and desexed too - as such, she is totally ready for her forever home! Please contact Rod, her foster carer, for more information on this friendly friendly girl.

Tabitha has been in foster care since 21 July 2019, for 1 day