UPDATE – Koccie has found a new home – WONDERFUL news!!
I have wonderful news! Rita’s amazing Carer and friend, Louise, has managed to come up with the perfect solution to allow Rita to stay home, and hopefully live a far more relaxed and happy life. Louise and her dad put together this beautiful cat run/room just for little Rita. Doesn’t it look fantastic?
I’m so delighted that Louise was able to come up with a solution to Rita’s situation, and Louise is really relieved she can keep Rita. I wish you both all the luck in the world. Xx
UPDATE 12th March 2013
I just received word that Mery went to her new home last Friday………..she was at Mt Lawley & Inglewood Vets for a long time, so great news!!
The following call for help comes from Banjup Animal Rescue – who are overflowing with cute kitties, desperately needing loving homes. Here’s what Prue Filler has to say:
Please see below our latest furballs needing home.
We have 4 x 6 week olds, 6 x 4 week olds and 2 litters born approx. 10 days ago who will soon be looking for homes as well however we cant take anymore in until we find these ones the loving homes they deserve.
Thank you for sharing.
Banjup Animal Rescue
L-R – George (M) tabby. Magic (M) black and white. Lucinda (F) black and white. Scoobie (M) cream and white. Calamity (Adult F) grey and white. Tobias (M) tabby. Sadie (F) black and white. Scribbles (M) ginger and white.
George (14 weeks) was rescued from a bin on St Albans Road, Baldivis. Calamity (12mths) and her last kitten Magic (14 weeks) were no longer wanted to by the owners. Tobias (16 weeks) was a stray with his sister (rehomed) from a residence in Seville Grove. Lucinda, Scoobie, Sadie and Scribbles(8 weeks) were a litter of six rescued from an underground carpark in Bentley.
We have about another 20 little fluff balls growing very very fast who will be old enough soon to also need adoption so we need to find these little ones furever loving homes.
Banjup Animal Rescue charges an adoption package of $170 which includes, initial vaccination, microchipping, sterilisation, worming and flea treatment.
If you think you are going to move, have to go to a rental home, have a baby, don’t have time anymore because of your work, no longer want the cat or any other reason – thank you but you are not a suitable home.
Please contact – Prue Filer – firstname.lastname@example.org – 0403199601
Banjup Animal Rescue – Rescue and rehoming of feral cats and kittens from abandonment at commercial, industrial and residential premises.
9 Lives Cat Rescue are receiving phone calls every day to take in pregnant mums, kittens and adults but we cant do that unless we have reliable and loving foster carers to place them with until they can be re homed.
We provide everything you need to care for the kitties we place with you and provide 24 hour support.
If you can help, just read over our Foster Carers Manual so you understand what is involved and complete the attached application to be emailed to email@example.com
We look forward to having more people on board to help save the kitties of Perth! 🙂
CLICK HERE to view: Foster Carer Application 2012
CLICK HERE to view: Foster Carers Guidelines Jan-Feb2012
9 Lives Cat Rescue
Phone: 0409 587 240
The Cat Haven is desperate for help again… Currently inundated with kittens & cats. Can you help a kitty in need by offering a temporary home? Cat Haven cover all the costs – all you have to give is a safe space and a little TLC. Please read below for details on how you can help.
It must be that time of year… Cat Haven is once again urgently seeking new foster carers, to help us cope with the huge
number of homeless cats and kittens coming through our doors as we come into what I affectionately call the ‘second wave’ of kitten season; cats who had a litter of kittens before Christmas are now breeding for the second time, while the kittens born early in the season are now reaching sexual maturity and starting to reproduce.
Fostering for Cat Haven involves caring for a cat(s) or kittens in your home for a short period of time. We provide on-going support while you are helping us; all costs associated with the care of the animals (including food, kitty litter etc) are provided by the Haven, we have a vet on-site 7 days per week and the Foster Care Coordinator is available 24/7 if you need anything at all.
Our greatest need at the moment is for people who can care for a mother cat with feeding kittens until the babies are weaned and ready to be re-homed, but we also have adult cats and orphaned litters of kittens needing temporary homes.
Fostering is a wonderful experience and a great way to make a huge difference in an animal’s life; it’s exceptionally rewarding, lots of fun and doesn’t cost you a thing. Everyone can be a foster carer – having other animals, kids, or a busy lifestyle doesn’t preclude you from being suitable! If you or someone you know is interested in becoming involved in this fantastic process, or you just have more questions, please feel free to contact us on 0403 152 991, or 9442 3605, or email freedom.bradbury or shannon.mioduszewski.
We look forward to meeting lots of new members of our foster care family very soon!
Freedom and Shannon 🙂
Take joy and kindness everywhere you go!
And don’t eat animals!
GOOD NEWS: BOOF HAS A NEW HOME:
“Just to let you know that Boofy (now Maurice) was adopted on Saturday by a young couple that I work with. They just fell in love with him from the photos and apart from being a little shy (it is only a couple of days) he has settled in well.
This call for help comes from Jandakot Vet Hospital. Please read on for the story of this gorgeous cat, and if you can help, please do let us know or contact them direct.
“This beautiful, boofy boy is looking for a home.
He came to us, trapped off the streets, by a concerned client.
Boof injured his nose trying to escape, and was very scared to begin with.
He certainly appeared to have been fending for himself for a long time, and that perhaps he would not be rehomeable.
We tested him for FIV (Cat Aids), and were pleasantly surprised when the result came back negative.
We gave him a check over, put him on a drip for a few days, then desexed him and removed some broken canine teeth.
Boof has been around for a few weeks now, and has come so far during this time that we wanted to find a special home for him.
He just loves to be held and smooches in to you, adores a scratch around the face and asks for more when you stop…
We can only imagine just how tough he’s done it in the past, but he truly deserves to be spoilt for the rest of his years.
We suspect he is around 7 years old.
His adoption fee, of $120, will also include a vaccination and microchip.
If you can help this boy with the big head and a bigger heart, please call us at
Jandakot Vet Hospital, on 9417 9080, 7 days.”
Would you like to know more about this animal and/or offer to adopt? Please fill in our “EXPRESSION OF INTEREST” form and we will forward your application direct to the current rescuer. They’ll be in contact with you soon.
**All dogs, cats, rabbits and most farm animals advertised on Animalactionist.com must be vet checked, immunised and desexed before handover to new families. If the current custodians of the animal you are planning to adopt (via this site) do not ensure this is arranged, please contact us.**
*** Update from Jandakot Vet ***
“Thankyou Maree, she has been adopted, and is just patiently waiting for her new owner to move into her new home before she collects her. Helen”
Squishy is a special kitten, looking for a very special home!
Squishy is super smoochy, very playful and so cute, she is a sheer delight to have around.
She has been hand raised, after she and her siblings were dumped at only two weeks of age.
Squishy has been in foster care with a small and large dog, and several adult cats, so gets along with everyone.
On a routine check of Squishy, we detected a heart murmur.
After several weeks of monitoring, we decided to have a chest ultrasound performed to identify it’s cause.
The result was a good outcome for Squishy, and at this stage, has a low risk of causing any signs or heart disease.
Squishy is now 12 weeks old, and looking for the perfect forever home.
Her adoption fee is $190, which will also include her kitten vaccinations, worming and flea treatment to date, microchip and sterilization at 6 months of age.
*** UPDATE May 2012 ***
I have just received word that these lucky felines have found a wonderful new home, and are now safe. Blessings!!!
Please keep your eyes peeled for this pretty kitty in Subiaco and surrounding areas.
LOST FEMALE SIAMESE CAT SUBIACO REWARD OFFERED
Have you seen Mia? Sealpoint Siamese with white body with black points. Lost from Townshend Road Subiaco on 9 February. Believed sighting in Salisbury Street on 14 February.
No collar. Quite petite and timid. Much loved family pet. With any news please contact Helen on 0419 809 113, e:firstname.lastname@example.org