BEAUTIFUL CATS NEEDING ADOPTION
Warm Night Appeal
We currently have a number of cats available for adoption, the cost of adoption is $250 per kitten and $215 per adult, which ensures that your new cat is microchipped, flea treated, wormed, up to date with vaccination and desired.
Ninth Life has a mission to rescue and rehome older cats whom have high/special care needs. In the warmth of a luxury cat hotel with highly qualified cat experts, Ninth Life, rehabilitates, provides veterinary care and treatment as well as identifies what is required to assist these high care cats to a rehomable status. A welfare focus self funded sanctuary, we ask the public to join our Warm Night Appeal and provide these unowned cats with a gifted warm night at Ninth Life to assist with Veterinary fee’s, food, bedding and shelter. Gift your Warm Night here – Warm Night Appeal
First things first
You need to be a pretty special cat person to adopt an elderly cat into your home. Not as sprightly as a kitten they still require your attention…even devotion. You’ll need to understand their daily routines and take some time to get to know them. Help them with grooming – a great way to bond- as they often don’t have the energy to do it properly themselves. Older cats are stress averse so be patient, observant and take a little more care of their health needs and you’ll soon have a loving companion.
All our cats have received a full health & wellness check and are ready for their new home.
Currently we have five beautiful cats available for adoption.
The cost of adoption is $250 per kitten and $215 per adult, which ensures that your new cat is microchipped, flea treated, wormed, up to date with vaccination and desired.
We Crossed The Rainbow Bridge -Trumpy & Harry
Beautiful seniors Trumpy & Harry came to Ninth Life when their beloved owner passed away.
Upon Veterinary Consultation with a Feline Specialist, it was discovered that Trumpy and Harry both had a multitude of severe, complex underlying health conditions as well as a very low survival rate under general anesthetic and this ultimately affected their welfare.
Trumpy and Harry enjoyed a month of love and constant affection from our team with appropriate pain relief as prescribed by their treating veterinarian.
Both were humanely euthanized by their loving vet and in the arms of our Cattery Manager, Kate. We know they are both running free together across the Rainbow Bridge. Rest in Peace beautiful boys, it was an honor to know you both.