Le Blanc

Le Blanc is about 8 years old and came into CPL care as a stray, having been on the streets for quite some time.

Le Blanc has taken a while to settle at the cattery, being both deaf and shy.  He prefers the safety of his box most of the time but is very cuddly and affectionate once he allows himself to be coaxed out.

Being deaf, Le Blanc will be best as an indoor-only cat.  He will suit a quiet home and a patient new owner – getting used to interacting with a deaf cat can be a challenge.

He will need regular grooming, which he loves.


Lilly is about 11 years old and was surrendered to CPL with her adult daughter Kate (not yet advertised) when their owner went into care.

Lilly is sweet but shy and will suit a quiet home with no other pets.  We are happy for her to be adopted separately from her daughter – in fact, she may be glad to finally leave her parenting days behind!

Adopted: Turbo

Turbo is about 2 years old and came into CPL care with housemate – and probably mother – Charlotte (already reserved) when their owner moved and was unable to take them.

Turbo is a confident, friendly and active boy who lives up to his name.  He enjoys being up high and we have already had occasion to to retrieve him from the cattery rafters!  He will suit an adult home and his new owner will need to be quite resourceful – keeping him indoors for his first couple of weeks is going to be quite a challenge!

We have a home: Bayley and Hoki

Black girl Bayley is about 6 years old and her tabby son Hoki is about 1 year old.  They have come into CPL care because their owner has moved overseas and was unable to take them.

Bayley and Hoki are both shy but friendly once settled.  Bayley is more forward, but Hoki is beginning to find his feet now.  Neither is keen on being picked up or restrained so they will best suit a more experienced new owner, and they may take longer than usual to settle.

Hoki enjoys being with his mama and Bayley is happy to have him around so we would like them to be adopted as a pair.  Hoki has an old injury to his tail – it feels like it may have been shut in a door – but this is not troubling him at all.