Adopt a Homeless Cat or Kitten from Cat Haven

Cat Haven has hundreds of cats and kittens looking for a loving, long term home. We have cats or kittens to suit all households and lifestyles, from an older, sedate lap cat to a fun, playful kitten. We even have really young kittens around 3 months old at the shelter so if you are looking for a gorgeous kitten to turn into your family friend, please come down to see them.

All our 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.

Download a copy of our Cat Adoption Booklet for general information about adopting a cat.

Cat Haven greatly thanks our amazing volunteer cat photographers: Photos by Alma Sarhan Photography and Houndstooth Studio who contribute beautiful images of our cats to our website, facebook and printed material.


Sushi, Female

Sushi is in foster care.

Kamaria, Female

Kamaria is in foster care.
Niall 4

Niall, Male

Niall is in foster care.

Meggz, Male

Meggz is in foster care.
download 1

Qadira, Female

Qadira is in foster care.
Dorothy 2 1

Dorothy, Female

Dorothy is in foster care.
Orrin 1

Orrin, Male

Orrin is in foster care.
tiger lili 1

Tiger Lilli, Female

Tiger Lilli is in foster care.

Ash, Male

Ash is in foster care.
dee dee2

Dee Dee, Female

Dee Dee is in foster care.
Sweetpea Cupcake

Sweetpea & Cupcake, Female

Sweetpea & Cupcake is in foster care.

Leanne, Female

Leanne is in foster care.


More on adopting from Cat Haven

Just browse some of the photos of our beautiful cats available for adoption on our website or come to our...

**PLEASE NOTE: When you adopt a cat from us, you must transport it home in a secure cat carrier.

Kitten Package $210.00 each

Be cautious about getting a kitten, because:

Cat Haven External Adoption Centres – Helping Us Rehome Cats Near You

Barn Buddies - Pest Control Cats

With thousands of cats coming into shelters like Cat Haven every year, why not adopt a homeless cat instead of...