He’s a very handsome cat though he is still a fearful. Every time his fosters try to touch him, give him food or just walk too close to where he’s sitting and he can see their feet he freaks and runs away. Somebody has been very cruel to this poor youngster.

He is improving bit by bit, day by day however it will take him time but he’s in capable hands and they’re working with our boy to get him to where he needs to be. This is why we need fosters who care and are willing to work with our cats in need.

(UD: 20/09)


Kirsten’s Zoo is always in need of donations and foster homes to help our cats. Every cat in our care requires food & a foster until homed. Plus, health check, desex, vaccinations, de-flea, worming & microchip. Many of our older cats need ongoing medical and regular health checks.

You can help a cat by sponsoring for $200 a month. Please consider a onetime, monthly or annual donation. Click here on how to sponsor or donate.