Kittens and cats are available to adopt through our cat adoption program. All kittens and cats are in good health and have been temperament tested, and by adopting you are saving a life. The cost is $145 for one kitten or $250 for a pair. This money helps cover the cost of their first vaccination, health check, microchipping, worming, flea treatment, and desexing (the normal cost for these services ranges from $250 to $400 per animal).
The cats and kittens we save through this program are those designated by the local council for euthanasia. Unfortunately we cannot accept surrendered animals into our program, and we strongly encourage all pet owners to neuter their cats before six months of age to prevent unwanted litters. If you need to surrender a cat or cats, local no-kill shelters that may be able to help include the RSPCA offices in Orange and Katoomba, Blossoms Rescue in Orange (blossomsrescue.org.au), Hearts for Animals in Lithgow (heartsforanimalsinc.com), and the Cat Protection Society (catprotection.org.au), which are currently expanding into the Central West region.
Please check this page regularly to see who we have available for adoption. If you are looking for something in particular, please let us know so we can add you to our waiting list.
Kittens and Cats Currently for Adoption:
Emily, Jane, Patrick and Branwell
Hi! We're the Brontes!
Emily - female, tortoiseshell - Adopted!
Jane - female, tabby cross tortoiseshell
Patrick - male, ginger - Adopted! Branwell - male, ginger and white - Adopted!
We are a litter of curious, playful kittens and we are about ten weeks old. We are very play-focussed and have a lot of energy, so we would do well in a household where our humans have a lot of time for us, and would love to have children to play with! We are naturally wary of dogs and other cats, but are young enough to quickly learn to befriend other pets. We are in great health and the biggest complaint anyone ever has about us is that we won't stop purring! One of our vets here at Stewart Street remarked that we look like something out of Beatrix Potter :) We would do well individually or in pairs and are ready to go to our forever homes now.
Also, check out below some of our cats that have now gone to their forever homes :)