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See the cats

DoggieRescue and our partners, including the Cottage Animal Hospital, are looking to find loving families for homeless cats.

All adoptions/viewings are by appointment only.

We have a few locations where we keep our cats. Please contact the appropriate location mentioned in the cat’s profile or email cats@doggierescue.com for more information. Thank you!

Adoption is having a cat for life.

 Please fill out the form from our forms page. It will help us understand what you are looking for.

Email or Fax Us

You can submit the on-line questionnaire, or e-mail cats@doggierescue.com or fax (02 9486 3136) your completed pdf form to us & list the cats you would like to see.

Adopt or Foster a CAT

See our cats available for adoption.

Individual Cat

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About 10 years old • female
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Arctic

About 1 years old • male
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Ariel

About 8 years old • male
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Astro

About 5 years old • male
Benjamin

Benjamin

About 8 weeks old • male
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Betty

About 15 years old • female

Bonded Cat Pairs

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Libby and Sabrina

About 10 years old • female
About 10 years old • female

About Foster Caring

Not ready to Adopt? Consider providing a foster home for a cat

As a foster parent you commit to care for the cat in a loving and safe environment until a permanent home is found.

Fostering duration can vary from a few months to up to a year or so.

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Overcoming Separation Anxiety

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About Foster Caring

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Become a Volunteer

Rescuing pets means there is always a lot of work to do.

Join our dedicated team of volunteers who are always in desperate need of extra hands to help care for our cats, doggies and other pets. Click here to read more about current volunteer jobs.

The Cottage Animal Hospital is dedicated and caring team are always here for you and your pets.

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