Kitten Kisses and $14 Adult Cats for Valentines

6 February 2018

Are you ready for a mature relationship or do you want to find young love this Valentines Day? Cat Haven has a companion for everyone.

If you’re ready to settle down and you want an adult cat that has put its wild years behind it, or if you are happy to take on the fun and mischief of a new kitten, Cat Haven is having a special Valentines introduction day this Saturday 10th February.

“We are transforming part of Cat Haven into a ‘Love Shack’ this Saturday for people to come down and find themselves a new companion. We are filling a shed full of kittens so people can literally cover themselves in kittens for a gold coin donation, and hopefully adopt a kitten or a cat for Valentines!” Chandra Woodley, Marketing Officer at Cat Haven said.

“We have hundreds of cats and kittens at the shelter so there is something for everyone. If you are looking for a more sedate cat, we have dozens of older cats who are more settled and predictable. They are already housetrained so you can be sure they won’t shred your curtains or chew your favourite shoes! ” Chandra Woodley said.

Adult cats can be adopted from the Shenton Park shelter for a special Valentines adoption fee of only $14 from this Saturday 10th through to Feb 14th. Kittens and teenagers are the normal price but Cat Haven has some special ‘Two for One’ packages on certain cats.

Cat Haven is an open admission shelter, taking in any stray or unwanted cats, no matter how old, sick or feral and they never put a healthy re-homeable cat to sleep. The charity relies entirely on donations from the public.

“We desperately need donations of even a small $10 a month to help us continue to care for the high number of stray cats coming to the shelter each year, and being kitten season, our funds are stretched to the limit.” Chandra Woodley said.

Cat Haven is open all weekend and the Kitten Love Shack is open from 12-2pm on Saturday only.


For all media enquiries contact Chandra Woodley 0412 115 937.

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