Thinking about adopting a pet? There are so many animals for adoption that need a good home, so it’s definitely a good thing to consider. Here are some gorgeous cats that are looking for a place to call home!
Eenie, Meenie, Miney and Moe
Eenie, Meenie, Miney (the only female) and Moe are four rescues from a hoarder case. Almost feral when they were rescued, they are about four months old, with a healthy appetite. With the help of their fosterers, they have become much more sociable kittens, and may be adopted separately or in pairs.
Mario is a two-year-old sterilised boy who is great with people and loves rolling around for strokes. Despite having been abandoned, he is entirely trusting of people and has no aggression towards other cats.
About the Shelter
The Cat Welfare Society (CWS) was established by a handful of friends who decided to help stray cats and kittens. Spurred on after hearing a story about five kittens being burned alive in a box, they were determined to fight against acts of cruelty towards these innocent animals. In 1999, the year that CWS launched, more than 13,000 cats were culled in a bid to control the stray population. That equates to an average of 35 cats killed every single day. Thanks to its tireless campaigning against the inhumane culling of cats, this went down to a record low of 1,000 in 2015. With a vision for all cats to be cared for as pets or treated with kindness as community animals, over the past five years CWS has also focused on pushing through an islandwide stray-cat sterilisation programme. If you would like to find out more about how to support the CWS, be it through adopting, fostering, volunteering or donating, go to catwelfare.org
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