Adopt an indoor cat in W.A

Adopt an indoor cat in W.A

Adopt an older cat like Rosie for $ donation in July 2017.

You can adopt an indoor cat in W.A from Cat Haven.  This is Rosie!  Rosie’s elderly owner passed away so here she is, homeless at the ripe age of 10!

Rosie needs to be an indoor kitty to protect her pretty white nose. She also gets really itchy if she has fleas so please ensure you keep up to date with my flea and worming treatments!

Rosie has lived with other cats before so with the correct introductions, she could do so again.

Rosie is incredibly friendly and cuddly at night time when she’s settled in bed and curled up against her foster mum. She is still a bit spooked by unfamiliar noises and new visitors because this is a different place to her previous home of 10 years – but don’t worry, she’ll get used to your home if you give her lots of love.

If you’d like to adopt an indoor cat in W.A and meet Rosie at the foster home in Mt Lawley, call (08) 9442 3633 or email at [email protected]

Did you know? For the rest of the month of July 2017, you can adopt ‘golden oldies’ like Rosie for $ donation.

Rosie’s details

Age: 10 years
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Colour: Torti and white

All Cat Haven cats are sterilised, microchipped, vaccinated and treated for worms and fleas so they often are ready to go, however, sometimes there may be a turnaround of just a couple of days for certain veterinary procedures.

Before you adopt a cat, find out what you need to know about taking on a purring friend.

About Cat Haven

“Rescuing Cats from the Perils of the Streets” was the original aim of the Cat Welfare Society when it was established in 1961. Thanks to the efforts of dedicated staff and volunteers over many years, it has grown to become Western Australia’s premier cat welfare organisation, trading under the name of Cat Haven.

Cat Haven’s vision is that every WA cat should be a well cared for cat and we work towards achieving this by:

– providing a facility to care for lost, stray or unwanted cats
– rehoming as many cats as possible through an effective adoption service
– provide cost-effective sterilisation and microchip services
– promoting community awareness of cat welfare and responsible cat ownership
– providing quality boarding facilities

Cat Haven is an ‘open admission’ shelter which means we never turn away any cat no matter how old, sick or feral. As a charity, with very little government funding, we rely heavily on donations from the public and businesses to keep cats fed, safe and healthy until they find a home.