Shelter Cat Sunday

This black beauty is Riley, a 5 and a half year old black DSH located in NSW with the 
Animal Adoption Agency.


Riley is a happy cat that loves people & other cats. She has a fantastic temperament & is a lot of fun to have around. Riley will settle into a new home in no time. 

If you would like to know a little more about this gorgeous girl, please call Lee and Fiona 02 4777 4746. We're purring for Riley!

Shelter Cat Sunday

This little cutie is Smudge and she needs a loving home of her own. She's located in NSW with DCH Animal Adoptions

Smudge is a sweet girl who is getting used to being nursed and fussed over, she is quite shy when meeting strangers but soon warms up to them quickly. She was born on the 2nd October, 2013, after her heavily pregnant mother was dumped at a Vet Clinic where she gave birth to 7 kittens.

If you think this sweetie is the one for you, have a look at her profile or call Roslyn on 0412193957. Good luck Smudge!

In other news, I've just added some new cat planters to my Etsy shop. A portion of all cat-themed ceramics goes to The Feline Foundation. 

Click here to see more

Click here to see more

Portraits for Cats Fundraiser # 3

Last year we held two successful Portraits for Cats fundraisers so I thought it was time to do it again. With Christmas fast approaching, what better time?! What is the Portraits for Cats Fundraiser? In basic terms, I will draw your cat for a donation! Please note, the terms and conditions are specific, and there is a donation minimum, so please read very carefully below.  

Fundraiser conditions:

  • donations must at least AUD$25 to qualify for a free artwork (see below)
  • you WILL NOT recieve a hard copy of your portrait like last time. You will be emailed a large file of the completed artwork which will be print ready. That way you can have it printed on whatever you want, at whatever size you want, as many times as you want!
  • donation of AUS$25-34 includes a portrait of one cat head
  • donation of AUD$35-44 includes a portrait of two cat heads
  • donations of AUD$45-$64 includes a full body portrait of one cat
  • donations of over AUD$65 includes a full body portrait of two cats
  • please email if you would like a portrait of more than two cats
  • donor must email me to claim their free gift after they've made their donation: *this step is important - you must email me as I don't have time to chase people up
  • a clear, good quality photo of your cat must be supplied if entitled to a free custom portrait
  • PLEASE NOTE: you are not buying a portrait. You are making a donation and getting a gift in return, thus only very minor changes will be able to be made to your portrait once it is complete. I will ask for your input before I start it regarding colours, patterns and anything else you'd like me to include
  • all donations are distributed between the groups we support who work to save domestic cats around the world, and big cats in Africa
  • to donate, use the button below
  • for more info about how the custom portraits are produced, click here
  • click here to see more of the portraits I drew during our last fundraiser
  • portraits will take approx one week to complete
  • fundraiser will run from the time this blog post goes live, until 22nd November 2014

Shelter Cat Sunday

We're swooning over this cutie! Meet Dorian from Sydney's Cat Protection Society.

We’re just Wilde about the stunningly beautiful grey boy Dorian – he’s incredibly gentle and loves to snuggle! A tranquil home where he can remain indoors will suit his quiet nature and a window ledge or strategically placed scratch platform will quench Dorian’s need to have a sticky beak at the world outside.

If you'd like to know more about Dorian, please get in contact with CPS by calling (02) 9557 4818. 

And speaking of CPS, I've donated a large ceramic cat planter to them to raffle off at their upcoming Open Day (more details here). I'll also have a new batch of ceramic cat planters in my Etsy shop tomorrow, hopefully. Visit my art blog to stay up to date on ceramics.

Shelter Cat Sunday

Say hi to Venita, a pretty grey and white DSH in care with Happy Paws Haven in NSW.

Vanita is one of the V-Team, a litter which arrived with their mother when they were very small. They have been found in a barn yet Mum was very friendly. They were on a property with very few neighbours and no-one knew where they came from. A gentleman rescued them but found that he could not look after them so bought them into Happy Paws Haven where they have grown up to be beautiful kittens. They have been desexed immunised and chipped and are now ready for their new homes.

To find our more about Vanita, call Sally on (02) 6644 9936 or have a look at her online profile. Good luck Vanita. And on a side note, go the Bunnies today!

The Feline Foundation Welcomes Sarah Preuss

We're so lucky to have Sarah Preuss back for Artist Exchange this month! She submitted the gorgeous logo design to our competition a few months back, and it was one of my favourite designs! You can get it in our shop now on all sorts of goodies including tees, cropped tees, totes and even yoga pants in a metallic print! I just bought myself a pair! AND from now until 5th October you can get 10% off all ladies gear in the US and UK shops with coupon code THINKPINK (between those two shops they ship worldwide, but we do have an Australian shop too of course!)

Hurry, this design is completely limited edition so wont be around for long. And remember, ALL proceeds go to the cat charities we support around the world. If you're an artist or designer and would like to lend us your design, check out the details for Artist Exchange here

To Fur, With Love by Jessica McColl

Let me begin by telling you that I find the wearing of fur totally abhorrent. It is cruel and totally unnecessary. I also think it is just weird, to wear a real fox, eyes and all, around your neck. It smells funny and I really just do. not. get. it.

I think the work of Snuggle Coats is fantastic. You should check them out, repurposing fur to benefit animals is a wonderful thing to do. It also inspired my crafty fingers.

So this week I crocheted my own stol which is styled to look like my own beautiful Macy.

Yes, Mr. Bean did think this was a real cat!

Yes, Mr. Bean did think this was a real cat!

I decided I would share my pattern with you, it is not very hard (intermediate, perhaps?) and no crazy cat lady or gent’s wardrobe is complete without one!

Feel free to personalize by adding you own cat’s markings, the pattern is written for a single colour, but you can alter it to suit. Also if you find this more Cruella De’ville than cool, you could try making a cat in a totally unrealistic colour.

You will need:

4mm crochet hook

3 balls of 8ply yarn [I used 2 black & 1 white]

small amount of yarn to embroider the nose and mouth [I used a fleshy tone]

1 pair of safety eyes

yarn needle

[ch = chain, sc=single crochet, st= stitch, sts= stitches, tog= together]

Method [worked in circular rounds starting with the cats head]

1.      Ch2, 5sc in second sc from hook. 5sc

2.      2sc in each sc around. 10sc

3.      (sc in next sc, 2sc in next st) around. 15sc

4.      (sc in next 2 sts, 2sc in next st) around. 20sc

5.      (sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st) around. 25sc

6.      (sc in next 4 sts, 2sc in next st) around. 30sc

7.      (sc in next 5 sts, 2sc in next st) around. 35sc

8.      (sc in next 6 sts, 2sc in next st) around. 40sc

9.      (sc in next 7 sts, 2sc in next st) around. 45sc

10.  (sc in next 8 sts, 2sc in next st) around. 50sc

11.  (sc in next 9 sts, 2sc in next st) around. 55sc

12 - 155. (sc in each sc) around. 55sc

Leave work on hook. Secure eyes and embroider nose and mouth.

156. (sc in next 5 sc, sc next 2sc tog) around.

157. (sc in next 4 sc, sc next 2sc tog) around.

158. (sc in next 3 sc, sc next 2 sc tog) around.

159. (sc in next 2 sc, sc next 2 sc tog) around.

160. (sc in next sc, sc next 2 sc tog) around. Bind off.


1.      ch2, 9sc in second sc from hook

2-7. (sc per sc) around.

8. sc 2sc tog, 7sc

9-26. (sc per sc) around

27. sc in next 5sc, turn

28. Skip first sc, 4 sc, turn

29. Skip first sc, 3 sc, turn

30. Skip first sc, 2 sc. Bind off.

Sew tail to the end of the stol.

 Legs [make four]

1.      Ch2, 6sc in second sc from hook. 6sc

2.      (2scs per sc) around. 12sc

3-7. sc per sc around. 12sc

8. Sc 2sc tog, sc in next 5scs, sc 2sc tog, sc in next 3 sc. 10sc

9-10. sc in each sc around. 10sc 2sc tog, sc in next 8sc. 9sc

12-21. Sc in each sc around. 9sc

22. Sc in next 6sc, turn. 6sc

23. Skip first sc, sc in next 5sc, turn. 5sc

24. Skip first sc, sc in next 4sc, turn. 4sc

25. Skip first sc, sc in next 3sc, turn. 3sc

Attach legs to underside of the cat’s ‘body.’ The paws of the front legs should be either side of the face. The back legs follow the direction of the tail.

Ears [make two]

1.      Ch2, 4sc in seconds sc from hook.

2.      (Sc per sc) around

3.      (2sc per sc) around

4.      (Sc per sc) around

5.      (Sc in next sc, 2sc in next sc) around

6.      (Sc per sc) around. Bind off.

 Attach ears to cat’s head. (Mine are located at round 23)


Happy crafting cat lovers =^.^=

Shelter Cat Sunday

What a pretty girl Lucinda is! She is looking for her forever home and is currently in care with Angel Paws Inc in QLD.

Meet the stunning miss Lucinda, this very pretty kitty is looking for a family to call her own. She is still a little shy, but is starting to come out of her shell now. Once she gets to know you she is an affectionate little girl. She is also quite talkative and will keep you well informed as to when she believes its her dinner time.

If you or someone you know would like to meet Lucinda, please check out her profile or get in contact with Angel Paws here

Character Caracals by Alison Lee Rubie

Before going to Africa, I’ll be honest, I had no idea what a caracal was. I hadn’t even heard of them. They aren’t a common animal to have in Australian zoos, nor one that we would learn about, so I was completely naïve about them. But while in South Africa last year I had the privilege to work with these beautiful cats up close. They have some great characteristics and certainly have a lot of character about them.

Found across Africa, Central Asia and south west Asia (into India), the caracal – Scientific Name: Caracal caracal,  is currently listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Redlist. This is positive as it means their numbers are steady and not declining. They occupy a wide variety of habitats and are adaptable to their surrounds from savannahs to semi-desert and even scrubland and forest dwellings. Their diet consists of small to medium mammals such as rabbits and duiker and other small antelope to even birds and fish and reptiles. As with all African animals, habitat loss is a big threat to them as well as laws allowing farmers and landowners to kill without restriction. Despite these threats, the population remains steady.

Pictured here is a Sakura. She was always so calm and affectionate when we didn’t have food to give out but seemed to be a completely different cat when she knew we had food for her. It was a race to run into her enclosure, drop the food and run out, beating the snarls and hisses coming from the hungry caracal. A thrill though nonetheless for me. 

I’ll be heading back to Africa on October 5 after the Global March for Elephants, Rhinos and Lions in Sydney (11am Sydney Town Hall) and plan on sending through a blog then. Stay tuned for ‘on the ground’ blogging.

Thanks as always to Alison, our big cat blogger. We absolutely love caracals! You can also read all about Sarah's caracal adventure here.

We hope to see you at the Global March for Elephants, Rhinos and Lions next Saturday - more info about the Sydney event here

Shelter Cat Sunday

Say hi to Taj, the handsome-est boy you ever did see!

Taj had an unfortunate start to life and suffered abuse. He arrived here a very scared angry kitten but that has all changed. Taj has become a lovely cat who really enjoys your company, will greet you with a meow, rub around your legs he just doesn't want to sit on your lap. He would love a home that lets him be himself and grow in his own time. Taj is no longer scared, he allows me to groom him, carry him and he loves to play. In fact Taj will play with you for hours. Taj needs to be an only cat, however he is good with cat friendly dogs. Taj just turned one and his adoption fee is $150.

If you are currently catless and have been looking for the purrfect addition to your home, well look no further! Taj is located in Turramurra with the Mini Kitty Commune. For more info about Taj, get in contact with them on Facebook or email

The Divine Macy by Jessica McColl

Macy is a DMH tuxedo and every bit the supermodel. She is svelte, sleek, intelligent and discerning in her tastes. Yes, she is the total and complete opposite of Mr. Bean.

Macy was also my first ever cat. Macy, you should know, was a victim of animal cruelty. I believe that Macy’s shy nature is at least in part, a result of this. She takes a long time to accept strangers. She is very sensitive and highly bonded to me.

I think I called the shelter where I adopted her from almost daily for two weeks when we got her. I slowly molded into more and more of a totally devoted crazy cat lady.

When Macy became ill unexpectedly, I was every bit the panic stricken first time mum. She kept vomiting and seemed lethargic, I rushed her to our Vet [another crazy cat lady]. She was diagnosed with fur balls.

Yep, I felt the fool.

I decided to write about this as recently a friend of mine exclaimed how her kitty has never had fur balls Macy was two years old when I rushed her to the vet with her first lot. So if your are a seasoned cat owner, you may not blink at what I am about to tell you, new cat owners be warned.

Fur balls are gross.

The cat will cough and hack and eject what looks like a long poop, spectacularly from their mouth. Sometimes their breakfast comes with it. Why did no one mention this to me? I imagined a little ball of fur as coughed up by Garfield.  This, it is not.

So I prefer to focus on the solution, or rather management of them. If you are unsure, a visit to the Vet is not a bad idea. On the aforementioned trip to our vet, Macy required an injection. The friction caused by the fur rubbing against her stomach lining caused inflammation, so she was in fact in pain.

Macy devotes 98% of her life to the beautification process, you can tell this by looking at her. However it also leads to fur build up in her digestive tract.

Mr. Bean is a DSH and has only ever had one. It was nowhere near as traumatic for him as for Macy. The initial advice from the vet was that prevention is better than a cure, true of so many things in life. She said to start giving them both food, which targets fur balls. Even though fur balls rarely affect short hair cats so severely, if you have more than one feline resident there is the chance that they will mutually groom. I dutifully followed the vets advice, despite the fact we had recently discussed that Mr. Bean is flat our grooming himself. She also mentioned that I should brush Macy during molting seasons, which I was already doing.

This approach worked for quite a while. You will never eliminate fur balls in your cats. That is not the aim of fur ball management. It is good for cats to throw up [or poop out] their fur balls. Better out than in, I always say. What you want to aim for is that the process is easy and non-stressful for your cat.

Recently we had a horrible episode where Macy attempted to cough up a fur ball, which she couldn’t dislodge. It resulted in her drooling for about two hours. It was terrifying. We had been giving them both a high quality fur ball food. I googled and googled and googled. Most options were not an option for us. In the end I tried a fur ball paste which you smear on your cats paws for them to lick off. It helps lubricate the fur in their digestive tract so they can pass it more easily.

Macy is highly offended by the mess on her paw, and ensures she removes every single trace of it before she steps off the spot. Which is exactly what I want her to do. So far, so good.  

Another good option is offering cat grass. Macy has gone off the cat grass as Mr. Bean has [another] truly charming habit of pooping in it. But give it a go with your cats.

If she were to read this Macy would be mortified. Fur balls, in their essence, are VERY un-ladylike.

What do you do to help manage fur balls? 

Macy has declined to show her face in light of today’s topic.

Macy has declined to show her face in light of today’s topic.

Shelter Cat Sunday

This little sweetheart is Remy, a 4 year old British Shorthair looking for her forever people with Sydney's Cat Protection Society.

Remy looks like the type of cat who would appear on the pages of Home Beautiful. Aside from being beautiful herself, this 4 year old British Shorthair adores pats and cheek rubs. She’s quiet and relaxed so if you want to share your life with a cat who is happy to simply longue about your child-free home all day and night, you should come in and meet Remy.

If you're interested in bringing this beautiful girl into your family get in contact with CPS now.

Snuggle Coats

This blog post is a bit of a sad one, so apologies in advance, but its about something that a lot of people don't realise cats are used for. (And I promise it'll get less sad about half way through.)

The fur trade.

People think of foxes, fur seals, minks, chinchillas, sables etc when they think of fur coats, WHICH IS BAD ENOUGH, but I'm sorry to tell you that in China, cats and dogs are used too. ALL of the animals used for fur suffer. They can be anally electrocuted, skinned alive, bludgeoned to death, hung, and the list goes on. And I still cannot believe that some people think that wearing, owning and buying fur is ok. Even people (well one person that I know of) on our Facebook page.

It has even been reported that you could actually be buying real fur when you think you're buying fake! So beware!

This is where this post gets a little less depressing... I'm happy to report that one of my good friends, animal lover and cat mum of four, Lisa Brennan, has started her own non-profit organisation to try and give back to the animals, using recycled fur. Lisa started her org, Snuggle Coats, so fur coats and other items can be donated to other animal non-profit organisations as enrichment for their animals.

We cannot undo the cruelty of the past – but we can partially counteract it by helping hundreds of animals each year. Donated furs are collected, disassembled and shipped to Animal Welfare Groups and used as bedding to provide a more natural and nurturing surrounding. Furs provide a more natural environment for the animals as compared to towels or blankets and the animals are often heard heaving audible sighs before snuggling into these fur donations.

If you have inherited a fur of any kind, or you know someone who has, or even if you find one in a charity shop, why not donate it to Snuggle Coats so it can now be used for good, rather than the evil it took to be created? Email Lisa on for more info. And please sign this petition.

Global March for Eles, Rhinos and Lions by Alison Lee Rubie

This blog will be a little different from me. I wanted to invite you all to come and join The Feline Foundation, Animal Works and Lobby for Lions as we march for elephants, rhinos and lions on World Animal Day on October 4, 2014.

In March we had a Global March for Lions which raised awareness of their plight and encouraged governments to take steps to ban canned hunting. 62 cities across the world march and roared. This time 119 cities are involved and Sydney is one of them! If you are in Sydney and would like to join us, you can find more information HERE.

“On October 4th people in cities throughout the world will march as one voice to save Elephants and Rhinos. The countdown to their extinction has begun. Unless action is taken now, we will lose these majestic, highly intelligent, and emotionally sentient creatures FOREVER. More than 35,000 elephants are being killed every year so their tusks can be carved into ivory trinkets. A rhino is slaughtered once every 9-11 hours for its horn. Their only hope for survival lies in an immediate end to the ivory and rhino horn trade (both "legal" and "illegal") and the chance to recover from decades of mass slaughter.” –Global March for Elephants, Rhinos and Lions.

The Sydney march will start at 11am at Town Hall. Please come along to help be a voice for these beautiful animals.

My next blog will feature the caracal. Stay tuned.

Shelter Cat Sunday

This is Tank, and sadly, he is quite urgently looking for his forever home. He is currently running out of time at Blacktown Animal Holding Facility in NSW. 


Tank is a 1/2 year old ginger domestic short hair boy who is currently at Blacktown Animal Holding Facility in Sydney. Tank is a friendly, smoochy boy who has already spent over a month and a half in the pound. This means he urgently needs a new home as cattery space is limited. If you think Tank is just the man you are looking for, head into the holding facility to check him out. The friendly pound staff will be more than happy to help you out.

Tank would make the perfect companion for anyone looking to bring a kitty into their home. Click here for more info on Tank or call (02) 9839 6161 ASAP!

Why Mr. Bean Won’t Win the Local Spelling Bee by Jessica McColl

Mr. Bean, Beanie, Bean Bag, BEAN [in Young Miss’ baby speak] is a large, goofy, loveable silver tabby. This is so fortunate. In most other aspects of his life he is a total dunce.

I often exclaim ‘there is just something not quite right about him’ to which my family laughs and my vet shrugs and says he is perfectly healthy.

But he does silly things. VERY silly things.

Let me enlighten you, he falls off the back of the couch, he consistently thinks my bookmark [which sports the eyes of a tabby cat] is an actual real cat, he fights the mark on the wall every few days, tries to hide in places far too small for his frame – resulting in him becoming stuck, the list goes on.

When we first got him as a nine-week-old kitten, he wasn’t totally litter trained. He was the product of an unwanted litter belonging to a family cat [read: DESEX YOUR PETS] and was therefore dropped off at the local shelter with all of his siblings. The whole litter was adopted in the first weekend, they tell me. Mr. Bean’s second family were looking for a cat to accompany their six-year-old cat. They introduced them by letting them romp together all weekend. The issue with this slap bang approach to introducing a new feline family member resulted in poor baby Beanie being attacked all weekend. He was promptly re-surrendered on Monday, as it was “too disturbing” for his new family to witness. Fast forward a week, and I went to the shelter on my day off. I often visited to cuddle the shelter cats. On this occasion I wanted to discuss getting a friend for Macy.

As I sat in the kitten room, Mr. Bean jumped straight on my lap, onto my shoulder and when he tried to follow me out the room, I knew he had chosen me. A quick call to the ever-obliging new husband and Bean came home with me. I followed the book exactly in terms of introductions. Mr. Bean was isolated for ten days while I slowly introduced them. Problem was, the stress of being in his third home took its toll on the wee boy. He began to poop outside his litter box; he even pooped blood, a sign of extreme stress in cats.

Once we got that sorted he has been pretty good about using the litter box. I no longer use multiple litter boxes because both Macy and Mr. Bean prefer to use the same one. I also always use hooded litter trays. When we first got Macy she was tiny and couldn’t use the door flap of the tray so I have always been in the habit of removing the door when I get a new tray.

Mr. Bean developed a truly charming habit recently. I first noticed it when I walked into the dark laundry one night and stepped into a puddle. Yes. He peed on the floor next to the litter box. I couldn’t work out why, nothing had changed that I could think of, and he didn’t show signs of stress, and the litter and box were the same. I googled, I consulted the Feline Foundation’s own Sarah, my dear friend and unofficial consultant on all things cat. It was truly baffling.

Then one day I caught him in the act. He was actually standing in the litter box and peeing straight out the door. I had a real life cat fountain in my house.


Inappropriate toileting is completely different to having bad aim.

 I googled again, all these solutions: cut up a storage container so it is deeper [a ‘see through toilet’ – Pristine Macy will love that] a really deep tray, a bigger tray [bigger than our pre existing extra large?!], a puppy wee mat outside the litter door – it all made my head spin.

I actually used the most unremarkable solution. I bought a new hooded litter tray and decided it was time they both learnt to use the door. That way Mr. Bean’s urine would hit the door at worst. 

Macy went straight in, used it and came out like she had been doing it all her life. Macy has that cluey feline nature. I always think to myself that if she were on the mean streets again, she would have a fantastic set of survival skills that would emerge and she would be stealthy and unfathomable.

I showed Beanie how to use it initially, as it totally baffled him. After using it for about a week or so there have been no waterworks out the door, I am pleased to announce.

However yesterday, Beanie went in and couldn’t work out how to get back out.  If he were to be a street cat, he wouldn’t last five seconds.

This my feline loving friends, is why he won’t be willing a spelling bee.

Mr. Bean checking the mark on the wall is staying put while the rest of the family relaxes.

Mr. Bean checking the mark on the wall is staying put while the rest of the family relaxes.

Cheetah Drawing by Nafisa RAFFLE WINNER!

Thank you so very much to everyone who got behind our very first raffle! We were very kindly donated an original drawing by my friend and renowned artist Nafisa, and we raffled it off with all funds going to the big cats at our partner Naankuse's, wildlife sanctuary in Namibia, Africa.

We recently learned of the amazing news that we had funded a GPS tracking collar that has been deployed on a wild leopard that had been trapped by a farmer. This basically means we saved the life of a leopard because the GPS collar allowed him to be released right away. More info here.

I'm very excited to announce the winner of this amazing drawing - ELLIE ROBERTSON - who purchased 3 tickets back in May. Congratulations!!! You'll be receiving an email from me shortly.

Once again, if you bought a raffle ticket, THANK YOU, you are directly helping save the lives of big cats in Africa!

The Feline Foundation Welcomes Charlie Dear

We're super excited about this month's featured Artist! Charlie Dear of charliedoodles was a participant in our logo contest when we were making the transition from Cat Tee Mission to The Feline Foundation. We absolutely LOVED her logo, below, hence the fact we are using it for this months Artist Exchange!

Charlie is an illustrator based in Perth, Scotland and her designs are initially created by hand, before being tansformed on the computer. Be sure to stop by and check out her work on her website

You can get Charlie's awesome design in our Australian, UK and US shop now on tees, tanks and totes. And at the moment there's 15% off in the US and UK shops with coupon code SHIRTS15! Buy a tee, save a cat!

Shelter Cat Sunday

Meet Ace, a striking black DSH looking for her forever home with Pets Haven in Victoria.

Ace's previous owner suddenly passed away, leaving behind 4 cats [including Ace] at a caravan park. Ace now needs a forever lasting home where she will be loved and adored.

If you can offer ace to secure home he deserves, check out his profile or call (03) 5427 3603.

Shelter Cat Sunday

Say meow to Chop Chop (who may need a new, more refined name?!), he is looking for his forever home with Western Australian's rescue group, Saving Perth Animals From Euthanasia.

Uncle Chop chop is a superfriendly boy, who loves running alongside you and sleeping on your bed. His longhair and big head gives him a real boofy look, he is absolutely ok with woman, kids, big dogs, other cats. So far he is till a bit wary of men, perhaps this has to do with his past? We are convinced though that with time he will be a best mate to a bloke. So if you would like to take uncle Chop Chop home, then contact his foster mum quick :)

For more info on this very cool tabby, have a look at his profile or call his foster carer on 0406 742 686.