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!
My name is Coco and I'm a good old boy looking for a new home. I was surrendered to Cat Haven through no fault of my own, and now I'm ready to be adopted again!
I can be shy so please take your time to get to know me! I can be a bit of a grump if overstimulated, but I love sitting with or lying on people if they’re quiet and still. If you’re lucky I will allow you a head scratch. I love a good head scratch.
I spend most days like a lion king: dazed out on a couch or chair surveying my kingdom... or sleeping. But at night, I will attack and kill any balls or bits of string that invade my lands.
I have a gorgeous all-black tail with a tiny white spot at the very tip. I do have arthritis in my back legs, so I need medication daily. I would be perfect in a quiet household with no young children and would get along best with other older kitties. I need to be an indoor only cat so that I'm protected from sun damage.
I'd be delighted to make your acquaintance via my foster home in Mosman Park.
Coco has chronic joint pain and mild discomfort most likely associated with osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is inflammation within the joints and tissues surrounding them, and can be caused by weight gain; previous injury or trauma; and age-related degeneration of the tissues. Under Cat Haven's Animal Support Program, Coco is entitled to free medication and free vet consults in regards to his arthritis at the Cat Haven clinic. Coco will need to return for a repeat blood test in June 2021 to monitor how his pain relief is interacting with his organ functions. Depending on the result his dosage may need to be changed. He will be required to visit the vet every 3-6 months for a blood test and review. As he gets older his treatment plan may need to change.