To select a cat please phone on 0409 741414 or 0407 456 683 (7 days). WLPA rescues go to a number of Sydney Vet Partners or to our attending Mobile Vet, Dr Donna Schofield of PetCure. Cats are desexed, provided a dental check, are blood screened (if needed) and vaccinated prior to being rehomed. Adoptions are a tax-deductible donations for the health care for each animal. Visits to our Adoption Centre are 12.00 noon to 6pm (7 days a week) 199 to 201 Victoria Road, Gladesville, NSW 2111 above VORO Restaurant. We deliver. Our home visit and cage lending service helps you secure and settle in your new pet.
Large handsome grey male, this little cat got depressed in a unit where his owner was at work all the time. He needs a fully secure setting where he has cat company or a human around for company. A good little 4 year old, Meow Meow has never ventured into a garden. All WLPA cats must be kept fully secure and never allowed escape.
Deb is a darling
Little delight when not with other cats but could tolerate one or two feline friends if given the space to adapt. Deb is about 18 months old and came to WLPA with four little kittens then raised two more. She has a checker design on her crown and this is our favorite photo of our beloved little Deb. Also known as Debbie Doo and Pixie.
Poor poor Bonnie boy. He is not happy with so many other cats. He wants his own place and someone to love him. Now 3, he has never been fostered. He wants OUT!! to a safe indoor setting.
Ziggy is a handsome pure stripey tabby. He was born and rescued in Dundas Valley and is living at the Adoption Centre hoping he won't be left on the shelf with kitten tabbies come along. He needs a secure home with a quiet couple who can give him time, play and attention. He enjoys other cats and gets on very well with all.
Merry Matilda rescued in Merrylands is deaf. She was found at 5 months old and is now 7 months, is desexed, chipped and vaccinated. She is also adorable and is a dominant female when around other cats, defensive maybe due to the deafness. Accustomed to and gentle living with rabbits, she is fostered at Redfern and may be viewed by appointment. She needs to be fully secure and live indoors because she is white and will get skin cancer if exposed to the sun. She must be 100% secure due to an inability to hear traffic and predators.
Webster is now a BIG BOY!
Stunning white and ginger bits here and there this 10 month old cat is only half grown. Give him a home so he doesn't spend his boyhood in an Adoption Centre. He is fair and can be best housed inside with a nice view rather than be sun exposed. Desexed, triple vaccinated and microchipped.
Wendy is one of three remaining siblings rescued from the Cowell St carpark in Gladesville along with a little wild mum cat. Wendy and her sister Wilma and brother Webster are now ready to love. They are large cats aged 10 months at October 2018 who enjoy a quiet life and a cuddle. Triple vaccinated, desexed and microchipped.
Gucci and Versace
A bonded pair of siblings approaching a year old this Christmas 2018 were rescued in Botany Christmas Eve 2017. They have been beautifully fostered for most of the year and arrived at our Adoption Centre in September as a final attempt to be rehomed TOGETHER!! Desexed, vaccinated and microchipped.
Found with kittens when 9 months old on the door step of a science teacher in Pittwater Road Gladesville. Betsie is a shy girl but a happy bundle approaching 18 months old. Desexed, microchipped and vaccinated.
Lette got left behind
He was not chosen as a kitten and was left behind in the Adoption Centre for over a year waiting for a home. He loves a secure garden, other cats and cuddles. Desexed, vaccinated and microchipped.