Want to adopt me?To meet me in foster care please contact our foster care department on:
Phone:(08) 9442 3600
The foster carer will then be in touch to discuss this further and arrange a meeting. If after leaving your details you have not heard from anyone after 48 hours, please let us know. Once you’ve decided to give a foster cat or kitten a furrever home you’ll need to come to Cat Haven in person to complete the adoption paperwork before taking them home. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Meow there friends, I was a scared little girl who came to the shelter with her tiny babies. Now that they are all grown up, I am ready to find a new home for myself too!
I am a smoochy girl, very affectionate, I love pats and attention. I love people but I don't enjoy the company of other animals so I need to go to a home with no other pets.
I’d love to find a quiet spot, perhaps a window sill or a cosy spot under the table. My hobbies include napping & eating tuna.
I may come off as a little timid when we first meet. But don't worry, all I need is patience and some TLC. I’m such a sweet girl and I believe a quiet home possibly with older children would suit me.
Come meet me at my foster home in Joondalup
Khrissy J has presented with a mild case of gingivitis. Dental hygiene may help prevent its development. There are several measures you can take to improve your new cat’s dental health. Ask the cat welfare officer who is assisting you for a dental hygiene handout. We have recommended that she stays on a dental hygiene diet.
Khrissy J has been diagnosed with eosinophilic granuloma complex, a disease most likely resulting from an underlying skin allergy. In this case, it has caused an ulcer on the lip or in the oral cavity with varying degrees of severity. Treatment can involve management of the underlying condition, including comprehensive flea treatment, food trials, and reducing the use of plastic bowls (which have sometimes been associated with ulcer formation). If you would like to discuss your cats ulcer with a Cat Haven veterinarian, please let the grounds staff know so they can arrange this for you. Ongoing treatment and frequent checks with your primary care veterinarian may be required to help resolve the issue. Often these ulcers will resolve over time, but can reoccur in some situations, depending on the underlying cause.