The Cat Adoption Centre allows us to provide a non-profit community service by housing, caring and rehoming a number of selected kittens in need of new homes. This allows us to prevent the unnecessary destruction of homeless cats and kittens and provide healthy happy pets to our clients.
Each adoption cat or kitten will be:
- desexed and receive a desexing tattoo,
- treated for fleas,
- and will receive a full veterinary assessment.
Cat Adoption Centre clients receive a full history (as we know it), and a vaccination certificate for their new pet. If you are looking for a kitten or cat to be a new member of your family, just call in to see our orphans or view our kittens and cats currently available for adoption below.
Thinking about a new addition to the family?
Here's some links to articles on caring for your new family member:-
- Caring for your kitten - everything you should know from vaccinations, healthcare, desexing, feeding, training, toileting insurance and more
- Caring for your cat - lifetime care for your adult cat including check-ups, immunisation, fleas, heartworm and more
- Cat behaviour - an insight into common cat behaviours and problems
- Frequently asked questions about cats
- Illness and injury - detailed information about common cat illness and injury
- Cat safety - learn about providing a safe environment for your cat to live.
Are you worried about taking a holiday and owning a cat?
Worry no more, we provide cat boarding services for cats and kittens. Our cattery has been established for over 11 years and is a favourite with many of our feline visitors. As an owner, you will have peace of mind your cat is only moments away from a veterinarian and full nursing team. Find out more about our cattery, Cats in the City here.
Do we have a dog adoption program?
Unfortunately no, space is a major limiting factor in providing a dog rehoming program.