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Ingrid's Haven is a non-profit cat shelter in Victoria, an hour's drive from Melbourne. Come and meet the many rescue cats and kittens available for adoption - all from death row at the pound, rescued and cared for by Ingrid until forever homes can be found.

Ingrid does not accept surrenders from individuals, (see the About page). 

 

Ingrid's Haven is a no-kill shelter. 

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There are many, many rescue cats and kittens waiting for homes at Ingrid's Haven. Visit the main cat adoption pages to meet just some of them.

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Loki is in need of a good home. Come and meet him at the Haven or meet more FIV positive cats.

FEATURE CAT

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Nemi has been through a bit and can't wait for a forever home.  Find out more about Nemi.

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Join the small but strong army of volunteers – affectionately known as the vollies - that help at the Haven. 

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Subscribe to Haven Happenings, our free quarterly newsletter, or browse through our past issues.

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Sponsor an individual rescue cat, or become a Haven supporter.

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We have a selection of short original cat care articles for you to get some tips. Topics include pregnant women and cats, adopting a senior and settling in an adult cat.

FORMER HAVENITES

Here are some former Havenites that have found forever homes! Pictured below are Rosalinda, Martha, Fidel, Boris, Maggan and Arlene.

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Thanks to the wonderful folks at Goodwill Wines, at least $20 from every case of high-quality Australian wine bought from them goes directly to the care of the cats at the Haven.

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Absolutely beautiful handcrafted gifts at the Ingrid's Haven Etsy store. Buy something catty for yourself or a cat-loving friend or family member. All proceeds going to Ingrid's Haven.

DEDICATION

This website is dedicated to all the wonderful people who understand how important it is to adopt a rescue pet ... and to the memory of all the animals that didn’t make it out of the pound. 

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