Do you have a happy cat tail of your Cat Protection cat that you’d like to share?
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Remember to include their name, when they were adopted and your favourite photo.
Hi Cat Protection Society,
In July 2011 we were excited to bring home Lulu (Lucretia) a tiny timid 6 month old and big beautiful Gypsy (Minerva) who was 1. For the first week they hid under our lounge, then gradually took over the apartment to the point that, 5 years later, they let me sleep on a part of their queen size bed!!
They both are currently loving their heat-pads during winter!!Read more
Neil loves climbing, food, chewing our plants, sleeping on our heads and being the centre of attention.Read more
Hello, I adopted Kenny in 2007 and he was a very nervous cat. We moved to Mid North Coast recently and he’s loving the sea change, he is a little calmer now which is great!Read more
We adopted little Oscar almost three years ago. He was the most timid cat we have ever met. He seemed to take a shine to us and we fell in love with him instantly.Read more
This is Maisy, who’s been with us for nearly two years now. From the moment we met – when she looked me straight in the eye with such intelligence and character – I knew I had to take her home.
The rest of the family was pretty easily convinced that she was the one, and she’s been adored ever since.Read more
Monkey Boo came to me in February from you via Blacktown pound as a little kitten. Instantly at home, he fills my house with joy, causing absolute havoc and much hilarity.Read more
We adopted our little black torti (Sakè) on the 8th of Feb. We couldn’t be happier!
Meeting shy little Sakè that afternoon in Enmore, was exciting, & as soon as she hoped on my lap & fell asleep I knew she was meant to be with us.
The shy timid little girl that left with us that day, is now a cheeky, curious, playful & affectionate little kitten. That never stops purring.Read more
We adopted Winki (the wonder cat) on the 25th of January 2014, after she’d spent a full year looking for her forever people.
We were warned she might be a challenge, but we were prepared to put in the effort to give her the home she needed. We had nothing to be worried about.Read more