Kittens

Kittens

 

 adoptions@faw.za.org / 084 519 0380 / 062 258 3547

Adoption fee: R550 INCLUDES
Microchipping + Deworming and vaccinations up to date of adoption + Sterilisation at 6 months +Tested for FeLV and FIV
All adoptions subject to a home check. Our cats are either in private foster care or boarding at Uitsig ARC, Melkbos.

HARRY Mr Purrsonality! Harry has charm galore and loves to play. He’s the loudest and most outgoing of his siblings. 

Confident and loves people. Fine with socialised cats and dogs. In private foster care in Bellville.
Children over 8. Only dogs that are used to cats. The kittens do need company during the day and we cannot home a single kitten to a home where it will be alone for long hours at a time. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALEX The shy one (but that’s relative!). Alex will check a situation out first and then come in to steal your heart. 

Confident and loves people. Fine with socialised cats and dogs. In private foster care in Bellville.
Children over 8. Only dogs that are used to cats. The kittens do need company during the day and we cannot home a single kitten to a home where it will be alone for long hours at a time. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOBI, SAHARA and ATACAMA – born Oct/Nov 2018

These adorable ginger ninjas are our ‘desert girls’, Sahara, Gobi and Atacama. They were born in Oct/Nov last year.
Sahara is a slightly shy, very gentle kitty and her sister, Gobi, is a total lapcat! Atacama is very shy of people but adores her sister Gobi.

TYPE OF HOME: These babies will need a calm, stable home with no small children.
They are also quite scared of dogs.
They’d be ideal for a family with teens and adults!
Best as indoor cats.

STORY: These sweethearts were born in the informal settlement between the shacks. Mom cat moved them around often and, every time our volunteers went to uplift them, she’d disappeared with them! After a few weeks, they finally caught mom and babies but, by then, the little ones were terrified of humans. They went into foster care and, over the past few weeks, their fosters have really done amazing work with them – Gobi and Sahara have come out of their shells beautifully (sadly, Atacama is still quite wild, although she is adoptable but will need lots of patience).