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!
Pursonality TraitsI was brought to Cat Haven so scared and unwell, all filthy and ratty. The staff here gave me a gentle bath and gave me my parasite treatments and attended to my every veterinary need. They fed me and gave me pats and while I'm still quite nervous around people I think I could learn to love a few of them, given time.
I've been in foster for a few months but I'm still very shy. I might hiss a little when you go to pick me up but usually I just freeze. However I do like to snuggle and hold on to you while we have a cuddle. I tend to hide during the day but at night time when no-one is around I like to run amok with the resident kitten.
I was adopted but brought back because I wasn't the right fit for their household. I need a quiet home without young children, and one where I can minimise my exposure to the sun so that my nose is protected.
Do you want to convince me to love you? I think you'd quite enjoy the journey. If you think you have the time, patience and love needed to help me become the lovely cat I can be, come and meet me in my foster home in Baldivis.
Fiver has a skin condition called Feline Acne or Chin Acne. It is not known what causes his skin reaction, therefore it is important that you use a variety of preventative measures. Allergic skin conditions can recur throughout an animal’s lifetime and continued treatment/ intermittent medication may be required.
Fiver is suspected of having a condition called Juvenile Gingivitis which is an inflammation of the gums. Many cats will grow out of this issue before approximately 2 years of age, however some will have the condition for life. In some cases, extraction of many or all the teeth is the best way to keep the cat comfortable if the condition does not resolve. It is vital that cats with this condition receive excellent dental hygiene and regular dental checks with a vet (at least every 3-6 months) to ensure the cat is not in pain. Solutions to add to food/water to reduce plaque build up are helpful, and regular tooth brushing is very strongly recommended to minimise pain and deterioration. Speak to a team member about how to desensitise your kitten to teeth brushing so that it is an enjoyable routine for bonding and does not stress you or your kitten.
Cat Haven does not take any responsibility for any subsequent conditions or issues that may develop in the future as a result of these conditions.