KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa

Community Organisation

KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa
46 Harrison St West
Featherston 5710
57 days ago

10 year old kitty needs a furever home - MONKEY HAS FOUND HER FUREVER HOME. YAY!!

Lee Priday from KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa

Monkey is a lovely older female kitty who is needing to find a new home. Her owner is very ill and has had to make the difficult decision to relinquish his beloved Monkey. He took Monkey in about 6 years ago when she was a stray on the streets of Petone. She is approximately 10 years old and … View moreMonkey is a lovely older female kitty who is needing to find a new home. Her owner is very ill and has had to make the difficult decision to relinquish his beloved Monkey. He took Monkey in about 6 years ago when she was a stray on the streets of Petone. She is approximately 10 years old and healthy.
Monkey is a shy kitty when you first meet her, but once she gets to know you she is affectionate, likes to sit on your lap and sleep on your bed – as well as boxes. In other words she’s your typical kittycat! She is also quite vocal, so if you like to have conversations with your kitty as well as pats, Monkey is your girl. She would be best suited to live in a quiet home, but she is still playful so would like a home where her owner keeps her occupied sometimes with play. She is litterbox trained and likes to live indoors and outdoors. She’s not that keen on other cats so she will need to be the only cat in the household. Monkey hasn’t lived with dogs but she does tolerate quiet, well behaved ones. She is currently living in Masterton.
Monkey is desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and flea/worm treated. Her adoption fee is $120.

If you’re interested in Monkey please call Lee on 021 0843 8935.

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173 days ago

Kitten foster carers needed

Lee Priday from KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa

We are looking for foster carers who are open to socialising wild kittens!

It's an extremely rewarding experience and much easier than most think. Kittens under 8 weeks of age socialise up particularly fast, and can warm up your heart and home very quickly. Older kittens will take longer (2 … View more
We are looking for foster carers who are open to socialising wild kittens!

It's an extremely rewarding experience and much easier than most think. Kittens under 8 weeks of age socialise up particularly fast, and can warm up your heart and home very quickly. Older kittens will take longer (2 to 6 months) but it also depends very much on the particular kittens temperament. The key to socialising is to let the kitten decide when to engage with you. No handling is required - only patience!

We provide you training and support as well as food, flea/worm treatment, vet care and all the essentials a kitten needs. You provide a safe, warm and secure separate room or private office, as an indoors only environment for the cat to grow 🐱 Dedication, time and patience is required, atleast 1 to 2 hours socialisation on each week day, and 3 hours "hangout time" on each weekend day. Such as reading to them, studying, listening to calming music etc. The more time spent, the faster the process may be. Your own pets and children will have no interaction with the wild kitties in your foster care. Transport preferred, but not essential.

If you can open up your heart, home and spare room to give a wild kitten/s a much deserved second chance, please get in touch with us.

Kittycatrehoming@gmail.com

0204 335463 (0204 FELINE)

⭐ Testimonial from a Foster ⭐

I have always loved cats, but I used to be the person that said “I could never foster as I would want to keep them all”. Or, “I can’t foster, my older cat would hate it”. So I would put it out of my mind and not think about it again. I never realised that these were just excuses, until 2019 when I found three 6 week old wild kittens whose mum had died, and if I didn't take them in they would not survive.

I was so lucky to have the support and guidance of Kittycat Rehoming on this rescue mission. Fostering is one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had. Saving, loving, taming and socialising these three young kittens, who would have elsewise lived an unfair feral lifestyle they didn't ask for, was the best thing I could have ever done. Watching them grow strong, learn to trust humans and find loving forever homes was an absolute incredible experience. Knowing that these animals are alive, happy and healthy because of the work and dedication I put in, it's an indescribable feeling. Did I sob for days when they were adopted? Absolutely! Did my older cat like having them in the spare room? Probably not, but this was temporary for him and they are kept separate. And would I foster again knowing I am saving lives? In a heartbeat.

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193 days ago

Our Spring raffle winner

Lee Priday from KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa

Our Spring raffle has been drawn. The lucky winner of $50 worth of scratchies is Lisa Taylor of Masterton with ticket number Red Star 15F. Congratulations Lisa we hope you win big!
Thankyou to everyone who supported us by buying tickets and to all the supermarkets who allow us to sell tickets on … View more
Our Spring raffle has been drawn. The lucky winner of $50 worth of scratchies is Lisa Taylor of Masterton with ticket number Red Star 15F. Congratulations Lisa we hope you win big!
Thankyou to everyone who supported us by buying tickets and to all the supermarkets who allow us to sell tickets on their premises. We couldn’t do what we do without your support.
KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa is a registered Charitable Trust CC54963. Our mission is the care, desexing, management and rehoming of community and abandoned cats in the Wairarapa area.

203 days ago

MISSING KITTY IN FEATHERSTON

Lee Priday from KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa

Diablo is a young tomcat (undesexed) who lived in Bethune St with his owner. Unfortunately his owner passed away about 6 weeks ago and Diablo was homeless. He did stay around the property for about a month and neighbours were feeding him but he seems to have moved on a couple of weeks ago. We would… View moreDiablo is a young tomcat (undesexed) who lived in Bethune St with his owner. Unfortunately his owner passed away about 6 weeks ago and Diablo was homeless. He did stay around the property for about a month and neighbours were feeding him but he seems to have moved on a couple of weeks ago. We would like to find him so he can be desexed and rehomed. He has an unusual meow which has been described like a baby crying. He is a grey and black tabby. If you think you’ve seen Diablo can you please call Lee at KittyCat Rehoming on 021 0843 8935 or email kittycatrehoming@gmail.com
PLEASE NOTE WE DON’T HAVE A PHOTO OF DIABLO – BUT HE DOES LOOK LIKE THE CAT IN THIS PIC.

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203 days ago

MISSING KITTY IN FEATHERSTON

Lee Priday from KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa

Diablo is a young tomcat (undesexed) who lived in Bethune St Featherston with his owner. Unfortunately his owner passed away about 6 weeks ago and Diablo was homeless. He did stay around the property for about a month and neighbours were feeding him but he seems to have moved on a couple of weeks … View moreDiablo is a young tomcat (undesexed) who lived in Bethune St Featherston with his owner. Unfortunately his owner passed away about 6 weeks ago and Diablo was homeless. He did stay around the property for about a month and neighbours were feeding him but he seems to have moved on a couple of weeks ago. We would like to find him so he can be desexed and rehomed. He has an unusual meow which has been described like a baby crying. He is a grey and black tabby. If you think you’ve seen Diablo can you please call Lee at KittyCat Rehoming on 021 0843 8935 or email kittycatrehoming@gmail.com
PLEASE NOTE WE DON’T HAVE A PHOTO OF DIABLO – BUT HE DOES LOOK LIKE THE CAT IN THIS PIC.

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