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We adopted “Oracle” on Boxing Day. She has settled in nicely with us, and does not seem to suffer any inconvenience from being blind in one eye. Oracle is very playful, and loves her tinkling balls and scatching post. She enjoys naps in her favourite chair, and is a very happy cat. She is a great companion and become an important member of our family. We love her.
I adopted my beautiful boy Rex from the Cat Protection seven years ago and lost him on May 8 2011. I didn’t feel like getting another cat but started to look at the Cat Protection site late last year just to see who was looking for a home. In January I thought the time was right to have another cat in my life.
I found it very difficult to choose ( I would have taken them all) however with the guidance of my mum and step father we chose Orson,Read more
We brought Edgar home from the Cat Protection Society just before Christmas 2011. We were told he was a shy cat but he has been anything but. He is friendly with every new person that has dropped by to admire him. In Edgar’s eyes they are just another person to offer him love and affection. Almost everyone that has met him has offered to cat-sit if I ever need to go away, and there have been more than a couple of threats of cat theft.Read more
On Boxing Day my husband and I adopted Fizz (little champagne and white girl, 10 weeks on adoption, who was rescued from a hoarders home) and Blitz (pure white male, 12 weeks at adoption, found on a construction site).
I just wanted to take this opportunity not only to thank Cat Protection for their amazing knowledge and support in the adoption process, but also for being the ones who helped make our family complete!Read more
Sunny came to live with me in September 2011. She settled in quickly and we are now good friends.
She loves to have her ears and tummy rubbed, and purrs loudly showing her appreciation.
She has met the neighbours, their children, and even their dogs – such a friendly girl she gets on with everybody.Read more
Dita has not had an easy life, born almost completely deaf, and dumped as a kitten, it is a wonder she managed to survive as a stray. She lived as a stray for a long time, until she was taken in by a nice man named Michael, who fed her and took care of her.
Not long after Michael adopted Dita, he noticed unusual lumps, discolouration, and scarring on her ears and nose.Read more
We adopted Padma, now Tinka, in late October 2011, when she was about 6 months old. She is a very happy chatty little girl.Read more
To my friends at Enmore…
Since leaving you around 21-23 Feb 2006 I have lived in Penshurst, then Leumeah, and now I live on the Gold Coast.Read more
Age on arrival: 1 ½ years
Reason for surrender: Surrendered to a pound for unknown reasons.
Arrived at Cat Protection: 15/10/2009
Found new forever home: 14/08/2010
When we first met Custard she was a little feisty. She bit and scratched both of us. She wasn’t up for a pat at all.Read more
Age on arrival: 4 weeks
Reason for surrender: Friendly stray living in a local car park.
Arrived at Cat Protection: 30/12/2009
Age on arrival: 7 weeks
Reason for surrender: Friendly stray.
Arrived at Cat Protection: 28/01/2010
Found new forever home: 03/06/2010Read more