some of the....
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January 14, 2016
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Vivienne took some trapping to do but finally she was caught and
brought to me. Vivienne is stunningly beautiful to look at and
she is as beautiful on the inside as well. Vivienne doesn’t
care much about the other cats, she has made it clear that please
adopt her and she will happily adopt a kitten at the same time
or some time later. This little beauty has been roughly treated
by humans so may hide to begin with but she loves a pat and a
cuddle. M/C 956000004343287
Vivienne is proudly sponsored by Rebeca and her cats Beetle and
Nellie arrived with little ones in tow, rescued by a kind man
from an industrial estate. Nellie had only been handled and fed
by men so wasn’t quite sure about all these women she suddenly
was surrounded by. She has accepted us now, we do after all feed
her. Nellie though turned out to be FIV positive while all her
kittens are negative. This little mama cat deserves a home so
badly. FIV is not a death sentence in any way and I do adopt out
rather a few of these lovely cats. Remember that we know that
Nellie is positive, she doesn’t, but what says that a negative
cat wont develop an illness, that something we don’t know.
Google FIV, educate yourself and every single adopter who has
taken in a positive cat just love them, they are for some reason
so people orientated. M/C 956000004496002.
Nellie is proudly sponsored by Genevieve, Jules, Harry and in
memory of Ken
Max, he is a happy go lucky young boy, can’t get enough
of love and has love in abundance to give. Despite his tender
age, he lost his owner to cancer and is now on the look out for
another family, preferably with a few kids and a dog. M/C 95600000.
Max is proudly sponsored by Stella and her pets from Hoppers Crossing
Sharlie, her name needs to be changed as it has only brought her
heartache and pain was surrendered to the pound for some unknown
reason. The cat loves to snuggle, she is fine with the others
felines and has already made best friends with a male cat in her
enclosure. Why I can never understand why people give up on their
family, I still think that the family didn’t deserve to
have her and I hope with all my heart they will never get another
animal. Totally unacceptable, only death is a fair enough excuse
and then arrangements should have been made for the animal. Shatlie
is far better off without them. M/C 953010000166138
Sharlie is proudly sponsored by Therese and James, cats Sooty,
Kit, Kat, Fergus, Biscuit, Mozart and Savannah, dogs Tayla and
Susanne, this super lovely beautiful cat has enriched the world
with five beautiful little babies and then I put a stop to her
productive years. Susanne is fine with dogs, she loves a cuddle
and she simply is a must have. M/C 956000005395748.
Susanne is proudly sponsored by Dario and Sally.
John Silver because he is a silver tabby. The cat is not named
after the pirate. John Silver is utterly handsome but he struggles
to come to terms with shelter life. He looks reassured when I
pat him but he refuses to come out of his hidey hole. Time will
help him, a home even more so. There terrified cats have so much
to give once they feel confident again. M/C 956000004891270 John
Silver is also proudly sponsored by Wendy and Tim, their cats,
in memory of parrot Nigel.
John Silver is also proudly sponsored by Karen and Kevin, cat
Babe in memory of Tigger, Littley, Jazz and Bear.
Millie is a Memory cat and named after a much loved feline that
passed away far too young. My Millie arrived with babies, very
proud of herself but those days are over and Millie is looking
for a home. She is super sweet and tabby. Tabbies are the best,
so people orientated. M/C 956000004483575.
Millie is proudly sponsored by Kim and her cat Tobey
Kitty somehow ended up in the pound due to family disagreements
and he is now up for adoption. This very handsome cat must be
an inside cat as he is a hunter and I mean hunter. I don’t
approve of roaming cats anyway, all cats should be kept safe from
evil humans poisoning them, traffic, foxes, neighbouring dogs
and stray cats with FIV. Native and non native wildlife want to
live too. Still Kitty is a snuggler and seems to be very easy
going. M/C 953010000029635.
Kitty is proudly sponsored by Gabrielle, Andrew, cats Latte, Casper,
Spike and Milo
Emil, look at this handsome boy. He is super affectionate, he
is calm and collected. I think he will be the perfect family cat.
Emil is proudly sponsored by Lou and ex havenites Rose and Dudley
in memory of Dougal.
Big Boffa, well, here is a cat for the cat fanciers. He is a new
arrival and already has captured every heart that has met him.
He is big, he purrs constantly and he has taken another little
positive cat under his paw, making his friend feel secure in a
very uncertain world. Big Boffa tested positive to FIV which might
be sad as it will limit his chances of a home but more and more
people are getting informed about the virus and really the only
difference is that we know he is positive. You can adopt a negative
cat that can develop any sort of illness because the fact is,
there is no guarantees in life and if you don’t look after
your cat properly the chances are that cat may also become infected
by being fought by a positive cat. M/C 956000005406222.
Big Bofffa is proudly sponsored by Nicole in memory of Mervis.
Miriam, has been here long enough, she is related to a few of
the other cats in the Pucka’s enclosure. She is a beautiful
cat but doesn’t sell herself. Miriam is used to dogs and
gets on well with her fellow felines. M/C956000003405570.
Miriam is proudly sponsored by Robyn and havenites Alice Jane
Eric, a semi longhaired handsome boy in ginger. Eric was very
matted upon arrival and needed a full clip. He is out and about,
cuddling his way through life. He has been owned but of course
wasn’t de-sexed or anything else and then only the pound
awaits for such a cat. Now Eric was smart enough to end up in
the right pound and so got to keep his life. M/C 956000008856447.
Eric is proudly sponsored by Caryn, cats Nushka and Jaffa in memory
Annie, beautiful dog-friendly cat has also done her bit for the
cat population but lovely as she is I had to put a stop to her
breeding days. I could say so much about irresponsible owners,
the absolute no caring when it comes to cats, the ‘me’
society we live in and I actually think it should be compulsory
for school kids to witness a day at a kill shelter; maybe, maybe
then the world may change a tiny bit for the felines. M/C 956000005582123.
Annie is proudly is proudly sponsored by Tim and Leanne, their
two cats Jessie and Bear.
Wendy was dumped in a carrier with her kittens and how anyone
can treat a mother cat like this is beyond me. Unfortunately one
of the kittens didn’t survive the cramped conditions and
for my husband to find them in the morning was pretty devastating.
No phone call was made, they were dumped like some garbage. This
is not acceptable behaviour when we have pounds, vet clinics,
shelters that can be notified if you want to get rid of your cat
but cruelty is not and never will be accepted. Whoever did this
is entirely at fault as had Wendy been de-sexed she would never
have had these kittens but as always everyone can afford to eat
junk food, drink and smoke but to get free de-sexing for your
cat is far too expensive. Wendy herself is a sweetie but she has
had a rough trot in life and god help the person who mistreats
a cat of mine. I will make sure Wendy goes to a home she has no
idea even exists to make up for what was done to her. M/C 956000004494789.
Wendy is proudly sponsored by Brioni and Hannan, in memory of
Karl Alfred, big male in ginger. He is a bit shell shocked by
having become a shelter cat but he was calm and collected when
I picked him up. This cat will become a super lap cat given the
chance and he gets along with his fellow inmates. Beng an un de-sexed
male as he was upon arrival he would have met many a dog so dogs
should not be a problem. M/C 95600000449273.
Karl Alfred is proudly sponsored by Rebecca-Lee and havenites
Phoebe, Maximus and Ali.
Jessica, this beautiful mama cat, will soon be ready to find a
home herself with or without one or two of her off spring. Jessica
is not keen on other cats but she is very keen on humans and if
they have food to offer her love knows no boundaries. M/C to be
displayed when Jessica has been de-sexed.
Jessica is proudly sponsored by Carolyn, Alyssa, Tara & cat
Ursula is a tiny female, very unsure of herself upon arrival but
after some coaxing she finally accepted a pat and then she wanted
more and more. Now she waits for it and looks at me as ‘have
you forgotten me?’ if I start patting someone else first.
Ursula is so sweet and she is dog and cat friendly. M/C 956000004497774.
Ursula is proudly sponsored by Alexandra in memory of Fizz
Morgan a super sweet young cat. At first he plays hard to get,
then when you get him he can’t get enough and he loves cuddles.
Morgan gets on fine with the other cats and is fine with dogs.
Note that he is a tabby. M/C 956000004325022.
Morgan is proudly sponsored by Mary for her sister Carol's birthday.
Arlene was owned but somehow she had kittens, probably because
her owner hadn’t bothered to de-sex the cat. Well, Arlene
lost her home, she and her little ones found their way to the
Haven and here Arlene sits, waiting for a home which may very
likely never happen due to fierce competition. It could so easily
have been avoided but somehow cats seem to have no value to far
too many people. M/C 956000004366154.
Arlene is proudly sponsored by Jo and Bree.
DeeDee is a young, a bit shy girl who would love to take that
final step over to completely trust a human. Deedee is used to
dogs, gets along perfectly fine with the other cats and is very
pretty. Once her trust is won she will be THE cat. M/C 956000004342077.
DeeDee is proudly sponsored by Amy, Sam and cat Hugo
Billy, he is one hungry boy and like most of the cats ending up
at the Haven was not de-sexed and I thought a re-testing of FIV
was in order just to be on the safe side. Billy is negative and
he loves people but I do think food is his first love. Every time
we pass his pen a little paw sticks out to haul us in for a pat.
One thing Billy doesn’t like are dogs so please, keep this
in mind when you’re coming to adopt him. M/C 95600000541485.
Billy is proudly sponsored by Pip, Alex, Ruby, Olivia and their
furbabies Stella, Memphis, Saucey, Banjo and Chardy.
Laura, a black beauty in a longish coat. Laura may not be a spring
kitten but she’s not that old either. She had hoped for
a home sooner rather than later but it hasn’t happen and
she is very eager to find someone that will love her. She is semi
alright with other cats. One can always refrain from the mistake
I did many moons ago, adopt an adult cat first and then you can
add as many kittens as you’d like, the other way around
can be slightly tricky. M/C 956000004256576.
Laura is proudly sponsored by Heidi and Havenite Lara/Marli.
Justin, a young lad, is very sweet like most positive cats. He
has a good friend in one of the other new boys, being washed and
being allowed to curl up in bed with him. It is so sweet to see
how Justin’s friend looks after him. Justin has of course
been a free roaming cat and hence he contracted the virus. FIV
is no death sentence at all. Good care, inside home, worming,
vaccinations and the really good news are that the cats themselves
are not aware of carrying the virus. Please, google FIV in cats
and come and adopt a couple of the positive ones, they are all
adorable. FIV is the same virus as HIV but cannot be transmitted
to any other specie. .M/C 956000005413338.
Justin is proudly sponsored by Susie and Terry, cats Max and Trim
and former Havenite Jessica/Molly, Dudley & Toby, Lily &
Kathleen has a tragic story behind her. She has obviously been
dumped as she is used to humans but a tad shy. Kathleen had been
hit by a car and that’s how she ended up in the pound but
the poor girl was also heavily pregnant and aborted her kittens
as a result of the accident. She needs all the care she can get,
she needs to start believing in humans again, she needs a home
and an inside home due to her pale complexion, she doesn’t
need skin cancer on top of everything else. M/C 956000004321414.
Kathleen is proudly sponsored by Beth, Rod, Ellie and all their
cats as a Christmas present to Kath, a very dear friend of mine
Rhett this absolutely gorgeous boy in tabby, mind you, would grace
any home. Rhett is always available for a pat and a kiss or a
cuddle. This little boy didn’t have the best start in life
but the future is what we will concentrate on and it is going
to be a bright one. M/C 956000004343765
Rhett is proudly sponsored by Tanya Dellaportas.
Freddy is another one of the hoarder cats that arrived last winter.
He is a tiiny bit weary but when given a chance he loves his cuddles.
Freddy is very used to other cats and dogs, being a tabby helps
of course, they are kind of special. M/C 956000004377054.
Freddy is proudly sponsored by Liz, her three cats and dog.
Tamika is a very friendly cat and she goes well with other cats
being young herself. Tamika is fine with dogs and I think she
is on the lookout for a family but a single person wanting this
beauty will do perfectly well too. M/C 956000005403807 Tamika
is proudly sponsored by Robyn, Clive, dog Molly and Havenite Anthony.
Tamika is proudly sponsored by Robyn, Clive, dog Molly and Havenite
Dolph is a young cat and he has been so funny. Dolph arrived with
his three siblings from the pound as juveniles. Brothers and sister
were quickly re homed but Dolph insisted on being very elusive,
‘don’t touch me, I hate you’ behaviour. Then
the time came for Dolph to move out to an enclosure and to muy
surprise, who came up to me asking for cuddles. If ever there
was a reformed character it would have to be Dolph. Dolph is very
used to other cats and dogs.M/C 956000004056584.
Dolph is proudly sponsored by Karen and her cat Lucy.
Banjo has had a hard time getting used to shelter life but he
is coming around. It just takes some a bit longer for some cats
to realise that kindness and looking after is the key when you
run a shelter and many volunteers that offer cuddles. Banjo can
have a great future ahead of him if only he dares trust people
he hasn’t seen before. M/C 956000004321525.
Banjo proudly sponsored by Jen and Troy, cats Gizzy and Jet
Erling the III. Erling is so very affectionate, you can see him
watching out for a pat and a cuddle and one can’t help but
to love him. He needs to be protected from the sun with his white
colouring but who wouldn’t love to have this cat on the
couch of a night time watching TV together? M/C 956000004475749.
Erling is proudly sponsored by Lynne and Björn Hestdal in
memory of Erling, the Norwegian man who loved cats.
Can you, please, change Rosey’s text as she has now had
Rosey is a senior lady surrendered to the pound. She is a very
sweet cat but she had an untreated condition with her knees called
Luxating Patella where the knee joints go out of the knee caps.
Rosey has had both her knee joints repaired, she is almost like
a new cat and is now eager for a home. She would prefer no other
cats in the house and would be perfectly suited to an older person.
Does anyone have room for a Rosey cat? M/C 956000008846965.
Rosey is proudly sponsored by Marco in memory of her mother Teresa
and his brother Erik
Ella (pictured) & Bella are young mothers, not even a year
old themselves and they have nine kittens between them. They are
beautiful cats, very affectionate and the little babies are plump
and well cared for by their young mothers. The mums have of course
not had any medical procedures yet and will be put up for adoption
once the kids are old enough to leave home. They would love to
take a baby with them into their new homes.
Ella is proudly sponsored by Katrina and cat Maya
Bella is proudly sponsored Julie & David in the USA in memory
Ralph a little boy that is so very shy. He is the prettiest teenager
around but will need a lot of handling to overcome his fear of
humans. Once he has learnt to trust his owner a cat like Ralph
will be the most devoted feline but still remain scared of other
humans. M/C 956000004369081.
Ralph is proudly sponsored by Carolyn, Fiona, Tara, Mikayla and
Watkins is a cat that would be very suitable on a farm. He likes
the indoors too but would like to be able to walk around in nature,
keeping a stable free of mice, accepting a cuddle from his owner
and in general laze about being a cat. M/C 956000001357114.
Watkins is proudly sponsored by Laurinda
Edgar arrived as a street cat and has he put some weight on! He
is a delightful fella, likes to take it easy, often sunning himself
because he really shouldn’t. He would like a home where
all comforts are to be had, he has had enough of rough living.
Edgar is proudly sponsored by Cheryl, in memory of Zena and Puss.
Alice found her way to the Haven and is thriving with good food,
a worm tablet and a soft bed to sleep in. Alice is a sweet little
thing and would be perfect as a family cat, if no family is available
she’ll be just as happy with only a mum or a dad. M/C 956000004323778.
Alice is proudly sponsored by Joo and Ellen, cat MissyViray
Ghost was abandoned by his owner and left to starve and starve
he did. He looked a mess upon arrival, full of fleas, ear mites
and bones sticking out. Why on earth is it so difficult to either
surrender your cat to a pound/shelter or arrange a home? Does
it give people a kick to know that your animal is suffering? Ghost
is blossoming at the Haven and is the sweetest boy but he must
be an inside cat due to his very pale complexion. M/C 956000004373825.
Ghost is proudly sponsored by as a birthday gift to Carla from
her sister Sonya
Lou and Louella are a yound sister and brother duo. The pair is
rather close and would love a home together, out of the harmful
rays of the sun. They are lovely cats and can purr up a storm.
It wasn’t their fault the owner ‘forgot’ to
de-sex them. 956000004344777, M/C 956000004336920.
Lou is proudly sponsored by Laura, Michael, cats Mathilda and
havenite Pirate Louella is proudly sponsored by Sandra, Peter,
and dogs Mackey, Kel and Cozzie. Cats Leo and havenite Jessie.
Evan is a big strong cat, arrived with abscesses and very beaten
up from the pound and of course he is FIV positive. He pretends
he is this macho guy but pat him and he starts purring. Evan is
named after the ranger that saved his life. Please google FIV
in cats, take the stigma out of it and come and adopt one of the
FIV cats out of Philadelphia. These cats don’t know they
carry the virus, don’t act differently from other cats but
they must be confined and as a rule they are such people pleasurers.
Evan is proudly sponsored by Drea, and cats Kola, Coco, Diva and
Dante in memory of my late husband Trevor
Pepsi is a beautiful jet black cat with golden eyes. He arrived
with Eartha Kit and the likelihood is that they were gotten rid
of because they weren’t de-sexed and I am pretty sure a
new ‘free’ kitten have taken their place by now. Pepsi
is affectionate and dog friendly. M/C 956000004373448.
Pepsi is proudly sponsored by Lillian, Adrian & former havenite
Moberg, what ever happened to him? I have three very look a likes
and they arrived within weeks of one another. Moberg loves affection
but he is not a happy boy, he can’t understand why everything
was taken away from him and he just wants someone to love and
care for him. M/C 956000004351401
Moberg is proudly sponsored by Damian and Jennie in memory of
Wuzza and St John.
Eartha Kit arrived with brother Pepsi but the pair is not close.
Eartha Kit. Eartha Kit prefers a quiet household with maybe one
more cat in it, her brother or a kitten. Very affectionate and
easy going. M/C 956000004383511
Eartha Kit proudly sponsored by Tamara and all her work mates.
Ebony is black as the night and very beautiful. Ebony has got
sisters and brothers here as they are all from a hoarder so I
can easily state she gets on well with cats and she is fine with
dogs. Only young and she would love to find out what it means
living in a real house with her owner. M/C 956000004322950
Ebony is proudly sponsored by Suzanne and furbabies Pippi Longstocking,
Monkey Magic, Henry, Winter and FIV Positive Casper in memory
of Cheeky, Weedlebee and Felix.
Johathan is big, he is actually so big it is unhealthy. This cat
needs to slim down or diabetes will pop up one day. There are
several methods on dieting a cat andthis with exercise will ensure
this lovely boy a happy and healthy future. Jonathan is very easy
going in most situations. M/C 956000008825121
Jonathan is proudly sponsored by Melissa, and cats Moulin, Teddy
and havenite Slinky
Freya beautiful girl in tabby and yet another hoarder cat. These
cats have not been treated badly but they were left to breed left
right and centre and the situation got out of hand M/C 956000004349037
Freya is proudly sponsored by Cheryl in memory of Cain, who loved
Kelly, named after her veterinarian as both are sweet. Kellie
is not too keen on others of her specie but she does likes humans,
she does like raw chicken necks and she prefers a fish diet. Has
anyone got room for a Kelly cat? M/C 956000004244576
Kelly is proudly sponsored by Saskia and cat Pearl.
is a young street cat in dire need of a home. Wally had a badly
injured tail which I had amputated and a tooth that needed to
come out. What happened to this little cat no one knows but he
is skin and bone, he is FIV positive, he has had such an awful
life up till now and only one thing can make it 100%; a home.
Please consider changing the world for this helpless little cat,
he has done nothing wrong. M/C 956000004369013
Wally is proudly sponsored by Ros, Dylan and Alvin
Marcus in semi long hair black/white was abandoned by his owner
when they moved. A kind neighbour took pity on the cat and brought
him to the Haven. Marcus is a bit shy but nothing that some TLC
can’t fix. Marcus is fine with dogs. M/C 956000004471851.
Marcus is proudly sponsored by Marty and Mary, cats Max, Pepsi,
Moe and Munster
Gypsy, yet another FIV positive cat. He is the sweetest soul but
can’t understand what he is doing in a shelter. Gypsy has
had some head trauma, his mouth looks a bit funny and he has lost
a tooth but this doesn’t stop him from showing affection
when it is bestowed upon him. FIV is a virus, same as HIV but
can not be transferred to either humans or dogs, only btw cats.Please
read up on FIV and consider giving Gypsy a home. M/C 956000004118640.
Gypsy is proudly sponsored by Tania and Damo, cats Stella and
Sally, wonderful cat. She has had kittens and as always mama remains
a shelter cat. Sally is very affectionate and keeps her coat in
excellent condition. Sally is used to dogs and gets along fine
with other cats. M/C 956000008899052.
Sally is proudly sponsored by Sharyn, in memory of Flynn.
Turbo is a brother to Diesel but the two don’t have to go
together, they are not particularly close. Turbo is a bit more
outgoing and used to other cats as he is also a hoarder cat. Diesel
has also been vaccinated against the FIV virus. M/C 956000004449178.
Turbo is proudly sponsored by Diana and her two havenites Texas
Garfield, a street cat and he is big. Garfield has been living
on and off with people but was never owned and loved as a cat
should be. His life hasn’t been easy, he is used to wide
open spaces and I can see him on a country property because I
don’t think this cat will settle being confined to the great
indoors at all times. He loves being groomed, doesn’t want
to much picking up and cuddle but he wants pats and he needs patience,
not all have been kind to him. Still he is one great cat and a
favourite with the vollies. M/C 956000008306804.
Garfield is proudly sponsored by Dakota and her cats.
Hannah, well, she discovered the electric blankets on the bed
and she sticks to it. I assume this little feline has had experienced
a lot of cold in her young life so she is now making the most
of the heat. Hannah is sweet, not in your face but never says
no to a cuddle and a pat. M/C 956000004334152.
Hannah is proudly sponsored by Emma, in memory of Zona.
Macca, another unhappy soul. His owner didn’t want him any
longer so he was surrendered to a pound but got out alive. Macca
is very sweet and he would love a home where he can start out
as the first cat, he has expressed interest in getting a little
sister later after he has settled in with his new family. M/C
Macca is proudly sponsored by Christine, and cats Teddy Sebastien,
Molly and Cheeky.
Verity likes a cuddle and she likes her food. This cat is a nice
all rounder, gets along with anybody it seems. Verity was of course
a free kitten once and as such had no value to her owner. Please,
come and show Verity that there are humans out there that can
love and cherish an animal for life. M/C 956000004745660.
Verity is proudly sponsored by Claire Smith, cats Poppet, Morris,
Zach & Myfanwy from WA.
Leif, stunning looking cat. He is not too fond of males of his
own specie but otherwise seems to be getting along fine with the
girls. He is another cat that has got a lot of time for cuddles
and I would say he will need a bit of grooming every now and then.
This can be done while you watch TV together on the couch. M/C
Leif is proudly sponsored by Emma in memory of Millie who passed
I have a number of Senior Cats, all beautiful
and affectionate. I also know it takes a special kind of person
to take one of these golden oldies in, "they are not value
for money" as one woman coldly expressed it. But I disagree
- they are more valuable and special than anyone could imagine.
There is no price on the love a senior rescue cat will give you.
And some people have the gift of giving, thinking of an older
pet as something to treasure and only wanting to make these last
years on earth happy and fulfilled for a senior that has been
cruelly abandoned when they needed their owners the most and as
I say over and over it is not quantity that counts but quality.
These cats have so much to give, they are so grateful for a warm
spot to sleep in, good food and to sit on a lap being cuddled,
it will be Paradise on earth and you can be the giver.
There are many more cats at Ingrid's Haven that are not listed
on this site - rescued senior cats who have made the Haven their
home. If you would like to help these cats, just contact
Ingrid would like to thank Alaina for her general sponsorship
of the Haven seniors, as well as Cathy, Chris, cats Monty and
former Havenite Phantom.
We would also like to thank Sharon and the Gang who sponsor
all the Haven's orphaned kittens.
to Eileen who's sponsorship goes to the senior cats at the Haven.
A big thank you for general sponsorship to:
In Memory of Vin, a very much loved stray cat that came to stay
for a short while. RIP Vin Vin.
Ben and Heidi - all the way from Munich, Germany
Jade and her cats Tossa andKyo
Ms Irena Sosinsk, in memory of Dizzy
Una, Martyn, Steven and Liz of Wandong and all their dogs and
Lisa, Sammy, Dexter and former Havenites Julian and Nellie.
Kirsten and Myfanwy, and cats Juliette and Felix, and in memory
Jenni of Lalor
Melanie and Dave, cats Gomez and former Havenites Soraya, Kajsa
Jeanie and the pusscats from Upwey
Simone and her cat
and her cat Pippin
Di Lewis and her dogs Bo, Cassie and Max, and cats
Gypsy and Mimi
Tania and cats Fleur, Casper, Mouse, Horatio, Chaotize, Rumpy,
Connie, Maggie, Sophia, Abigal, Annabel. Winniefred, Albie.
Steven, Stanley, Jackie and Candice
In memory of Goldie
Mavis and and
Lorraine, cat Tinka
and Collie Shone in memory of Bonnie
Anthony at the Cat Motel in Brunswick
Mavis Rogers of Frankston
Yolanda, Troy & their cats
Olivia and cat Abbi
Theresa, Ash and former Havenite Kendall Parkes of Fairfield,
Lee Taylor and all her cats
Alison and former Havenites Olive, Archie amnd Barney, in memory
of Buffy and Brixton
Helen, and cats Gretel and Monty - in loving memory of brother
Rowlland, mother Voula and father Nicholas, and the departed
cats Will, Sooty, Sugar, Tabasco, Vyvyan, Snowie-Bowie, Li'l
Stranger, Mavraki, Lo-Lo, and Patch and her babies.
Ruth and former Havenite Mavis (sponsors of all the Haven's
Anita and Ian and all their cats
Lee, dog Rosie and former Havenites Jespah, Brindy
Gemma, Eamon and former Havenites Fru, Eric, Hahn, Turbo Diesel
Shirley and former Havenite Katman
Cathy, Chris, cat Monty and former havenite Phantom
Linda, and her sons Kyle and Casey
memory of Ging ... a champion among catsr
Carolyn Bryars & Stephen Standley, cats Don & Dee for
the AIDS cats
Emmanuel, Marihiam, cats Hansel, former havenites Basui and
In memory of Zach, the son
Jacqui, Myia, pets Linc, Whiskers, Kimbo, Des, Magda and the
Havenites Spunky and Brenda
Bradley and Jaydin, Havenites
Salt and Pepper
Bruce, Harry the dog and cats Jack, Minty & former Havenite
In memory of Emmy
Susie and Terry, cats Trim and Havenite Jessica/Molly, in memory
Jeremy and his cats Knuckle, Bitty, Loreli and Lockie
Alison, and cats
Alan and Eunice and Haveite Darren
Jenny, cats Charlie, Zoe and Havenites Sophie, Sean, Toby, Boy
Madonna and Audrey
Martin, Marthese, cats Qattusa, Jimi and Tina
Robyn and former Havenite Misty Blue in memory of Wussie
Simone and dog Roxy
Keri and cat Milly
Maria of Glenroy
and her cat
Sue, Ian, Alec, James and Havenites Fred and Ginger
and cat Sabrina
Stephen and Sally Bradbury, cats Tigger, Scruffy, Tom and Missy
. In memory of Lucky
Karen and Matt, havenites Oliver and Lily
Lisa and cat Mia
Carolyn & former havenite Whitmore
Jose and cat Cinder from Spain
Jess and Macca, and cats Oscar and Meathead.
Janice and cat Molly, in loving memory of Max & Ebony
Azadi, Tim and Mahshid with cats Sosol and Samira
Jo, her dogs Baxter and Marty, cats Sebastian and Lily
Jolinda, cats Della, Inca and Mouse
Jacki, cats Gunter, Izzy and Mincey
Sue and Havenite Annie
Lina, Annette, Alyssa, cats Spot, Skinny and Fluff
Tabitha in memory of RooRoo
Marge B from Boston
Dawn, cats Luna, Whispurr, Mambo and Cabbage for a very special
Peter and Trish in memory of our Stanley Cat
Leanne and cat Roughie
Jade and her cat
Roz and Lib in memory of Marta and Mara
Liz in memory of Precious
Marie, cats Tiger, Louie and Tabitha, in memory of Pixie
Christina, Mun-Yee & Skyler Meow
Judy and her cats Big Puss, Little Piss in Memory of Tim and
Julie, Paul and cat Erik, in memory of Roxanne and Kitty
Meah and Justin, dog Barkley and havenite Guy/Rupert
Gillian, cats aGGI and JiZe
Jeanne, Dale and Zhara McArthur in memory of our Max
Sally and Markham, beloved cat Jess
PG and Kelly and a very special
Felix and Zac,
memory of Asia
Tasma and cat Minou, Skövde, Sweden
Evelyn and Laurent, havenites Lola and Misha
Kristy and her cats Samuel and Lucy - in memory of Tabitha
Kellie, Mick, dog Foxy and cat Max
Anna and Steph
Jeanette, dog Mindy and cat Sylvie
Tereza, Alyssa, cats Baci and Neko
Beth, Brad and former Havenite Batman
Rosemary and tabby cat Pajamas
Jenny, and cats Bailey andHester
Kitty, cats Arlo and Shelby, in memory of Genie
Venesa, Phil and former Havenite Sue/Meeka
Boli, cats Queenie and Dot
Christina Branidis, sponsor for Senior enclosure 2 rescue pussycats,
brothers Humphrey and Houdini, in memory of Moggy
Robyn, her two cats in memory of Rahnee and Meah
in memory of Zeus
Tamika, Paul, Bennett, FIV cats Belle and Sebastian