She’s really has blossomed and gained confidence in foster care. This is the advantage of fostering.

Keisha enjoys being around the resident cats who are calm and quiet felines. She loves to cuddle up and play, or should I say try to play. She follows them everywhere. We’re not convinced they love her, as much as she does them, however they never get angry.

She still won’t be touched unless she’s offered treats. Once they’re finished she’s off to being a cat once more. The next step is to encourage her to be more comfortable being stroked – almost there… patience is key!

(UD: 15/05)


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.