Do you have a happy cat tail of your Cat Protection cat that you’d like to share?
Send us an email with the subject heading: Cat Tails and your cat’s name.
Remember to include their name, when they were adopted and your favourite photo.
Hi! I’m Babah, formerly known as Yolande when I first came to Cat Protection Society in July 2010. I was one year old and had five kids, when I arrived with my whole family. I felt nervous and insecure, as I’m an INFJ type in Jungian Typology. Yes, I’m quiet and retiring, but I’m also very gentle.Read more
Kali is 15 years. I adopted her in 2016. I thought two Oldies together would be great. She was very shy and very sensitive for movement and noise. She had the most miserable ratty skin and bone tail I have ever seen. She lived under the bed in the spare room, except when I sit quietly she would come for cuddles. See her now!Read more
Dear all at the Cat Protection Society,
This is a long overdue update on the little gorgeous cruiser who I adopted from you in early June 2017, I’ve called him Ambrose (named after a cheeky chap in my favourite film).
He settled in at home the minute he arrived, and has been the most wonderful fun to have around ever since, cheeky, smart, affectionate and full of his own character. Shortly after adopting him I moved in with my sister,Read more
We picked up little Nox in January 2017. She was pretty shy at first but soon made herself at home. She loves going out on our balcony and talking to the rainbow lorikeets and sitting in the sun. She’s playful and a little bit naughty but we love her to bits. She’s managed to hide nearly every small cat toy we have bought her, and we have no idea where she is stashing them in our two bedroom unit!Read more
We got Tabitha in April this year (2017). Tabitha’s name had been Crinkle back then but we already had the name Tabitha in mind. She had been very scared and shy when we got her but now it’s almost as though she’s been here for one million years!Read more
Miss Sassy – by name and nature, seems super happy in her new home!Read more
We have been meaning to contact you all and tell you how things are going with our little girl Koshka (which means cat in Russian). In a word we love her!Read more
We adopted Peanut and Poppy about 3 weeks ago. Peanut and Poppy were very shy at first but they are now definitely part of the family and providing us with much love and amusement! They are just gorgeous.Read more