I have 4 kittens that need good homes. Mommy was a bit wild when we took her in and unfortunately got pregnant before we could have her sterilized.Kittens are extremely lovable, playful and intelligent. Sand box trained and dewormed.2 Males and 2 FemalesPlease only contact me if you are serious about adopting one. I will not let them go to just anyone so if you answer yes to the questions below I will set up an appointment for you to come and meet them.Are you older than 18 and if not did your parents give permission for you to get a kitten?Are your living arrangements fit for a cat?Do you have the capital to feed and shelter a cat?Do you have the capital for their annual inoculations and medical expenses?Would you have enough time to look after a cat?The most important question is, would you give the kitten the love and attention it requires to live a full happy and healthy life?
We have 4 10 week old kitties looking for new homes.
They are very playful and used to being handled by small children.
1 Black female
1 Black male
1 Ginger male
1 Longhaired greyish female
They are free for good homes only!
Jip, we found him, Puss in Boots from Shrek movies! He was
picked up by people who could not keep him and he landed with his
butt,.....uhm, boots in foster care.
He tested negative for feline leukaemia and feline aids and is
neutered. Puss in Boots, or Pib as we call him, is very adventurous and playful. He loves to sit on your lap, or cuddle up with the other kitties, or just be on his own. He is curious and like to explore things, but when you pick him up if he treads too unsafely, he starts to purr so loud you can barely hear yourself think! He is adorable and his face says it all. He gets along with everyone and even 'tunes the dog'.This movie star even purred when his ears were cleaned, he is truly a character. Pib is in foster care in Bellville.
We ensure that all our rescue cats and/or mothers of kittens are
tested for Feline Leukaemia (FeLV) and Feline Aids (FIV). This is to
ensure, to the best of our abilities, that they are free of any of these
diseases when they get adopted. Therefore minimising the heartache of
possibly losing and/or infecting a beloved pet. We also educate so that
all homes adopting from us have their own cats tested as well to ensure a
safe adoption. If you apply to adopt one of our rescues, please ensure
your cat is tested. Adoption fee includes vaccinations, deworming,
defleaing, sterilisation and feline leukaemia vaccinations as well.
Lola was found in a car engine and immediately her rescuer asked around who she belongs to. Nobody claimed her and she is in foster care now. Her name is spanish for 'strong woman', which she is. She is a sweet adorable kitty who just loves attention. She loves to play with shoes and interesting toys. She is very pretty and has the most beautiful eyes and coat. Another rescue kitty that would love to be either a flat living cat or part of a family.Adoption is through Aniwell a registered NPO (082-561) and PBO and
subject to completion of an adoption application form, home check and
payment of the adoption fee which includes the cost of sterilisation,
vaccinations and anti-parasitic treatments to date. For more
information, please respond to this advert via email or call the number
provided between 9am and 7pm (week days and weekends). Visit us on
We have to rehome our dear kitty Butternut. She is sterilised and is a cross breed. She has long fluffy fur and is great with other cats. She doesn’t really like dogs but can learn to live with them. She loves to snuggle and loves her teddy that she sleeps with on our bed at night. Butternut is about 6 years old and is in great health.
We are immigrating and cannot take her with us. This is a decision that is breaking our hearts but it is best for her to stay with a great family here in SA.
If you are interested in giving her a great home please let me know.
This is mommy cat named this way due to her coming to us with a litter of kittens and she truly was the best mommy ever. She is sterilised, about 6 years old and in great health. She likes to laze in the sun and snuggle with her pillow in the evenings. She is an independent cat that also loves affection but not so great on being picked up. She prefers to make her way to your lap where she will get comfy in her own timeJ She is great with other cats, dogs and even chickens. She is fully house trained so no need even for a litter tray!
We are immigrating and cannot take her with us. It is breaking our heart but we know out there somewhere is the right home for her. If you are interested please let me know.
Two male kittens (will be 3 months old on 15 December) are urgently looking for a family to adopt them. They are not just looking for a home, but a family that can give them lots of attention. They were raised indoors and are very fond of humans, they are used to be handled by children and they also get along well with other cats. They are also quite attached to each other. They are eating dry and moist food and use the sand box. Please contact me on 0832885646 or 0840451212
I picked up a beautiful female Siamese cross kitty. She is very loving and looking for a good home. She loves attention and is very playful. She has the most pretty blue eyes. She is around one year old.
I can be contacted on 0828773158
All of the cats / kittens in this advert look healthy, yet every one of them tested positive for the deadly & highly contagious Feline Leukaemia virus (FeLV). We are seeing a sharp increase in the number of Feline Leukaemia cases in Cape Town! Once Feline Leukaemia (FeLV) is contracted the disease is INCURABLE and FATAL to kittens & cats. Immunisation is NOT included in the standard annual vaccine and has to be asked for as a separate vaccine! Feline Leukaemia (FeLV) is a HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS, deadly and fatal virus that once contracted cannot be cured and results in death within a period of 2 years or less. Much like the human Aids virus, FeLV shows no symptoms until the cat or kitten’s immune system is compromised. Feline Leukaemia (FeLV) is easily transmitted through all feline bodily fluids which includes shared feed bowls, toileting areas in the garden & litter trays, mutual grooming, bites etc … Kittens can be born with Feline Leukaemia (FeLV) or acquire the virus through their mother’s milk. If you bring home an untested cat or kitten, you could unknowingly be introducing Feline Leukaemia (FeLV) to your resident cats at home, resulting in them developing Feline Leukaemia (FeLV) related illnesses and dying within a period of 2 years.BEFORE bringing your new cat or kitten home make sure that he/she has been tested for Feline Leukaemia (FeLV). NB: This is NOT a routine test & needs to be done by a veterinarian. BEFORE bringing your new cat or kitten home make sure that he/she has been vaccinated for Feline Leukaemia (FeLV). NB: This vaccine is NOT form part of the routine vaccinations. You have to ask for it separately. BEFORE bringing your new cat or kitten home make sure your resident cats have been tested and vaccinated for Feline Leukaemia (FeLV)! For information about the Feline Leukaemia virus or if you wish to adopt a pre-screened, healthy cat or kitten, please respond to this advert via email or call the number listed.