Basket of new tuxi family.
Shiray tuxi girl

Kittens: Once again I am concentrating on kittens as we have now rescued several more and being kitten season they are in abundance with not so many homes available especially with Xmas coming up and families going away. From the litter of 5 featured 03 November who I took to the Vet last week for their 1st vaccs, now being 8 weeks of age we homed Chenoir and fluffy Jyn yesterday. This leaves our super playful female Shiray, then Jordan the largest of the litter who is in fact a girl and not a boy as previously thought who is a super confident kitten, full of energy. Then our handsome long-haired boy, Merlot, who is no longer shy but still occupies himself playing on his own for hours. Apart from the stills all 3 of these are in the video clip. All up for adoption.

Also in one of the photos we have a new litter of 3 tuxis with their Mom who is also a tuxi. Again all up for adoption. Personalities not yet known as we only caught them a few days ago. Then we also have 4 grey tabbies of about 6 weeks of age who went into foster care yesterday, photos to come. Then still at the shelter 3 grey/tabbies still being socialised, again photos to come and, of course, our 3 bottle-fed babies of about 4 – 5 weeks of age.

Merlot, boy
Jordan tuxi girl.

Then please don’t forget that at the shelter we have several teenagers and adults of all ages, colour and sex.

Adoptions: Approved adoption applications and home-checks apply whether it be for any of the kittens, teenagers or adult cats at the shelter.

Our adoption fee of R850 covers 1st and 2nd vacs. as well as rabies, deworming, deflea, and sterilization when done by one of our nominated Vets. 

Food Donations: Thank you for those donations into our bin inside Pick’nPay or left with Terri of Biz-X-press

Financials Donations to either:
Judy David Cats Galore
Standard Bank
Branch code: 051001
Cheque a/c no. 002982846
Ben. Ref: “CG + cell number”

Friends of Ferals
a/c no. 627 5435 9852
Branch: 250 655
Ben. Ref: “CG + Cell number”

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Gypsey's facial markings
Gypsey's markings


Hereto 2 photos of Gypsey a beautiful calico female, sterilised, not chipped nor wearing a collar (there is another very similar cat living close by but wears a collar). Gypsey lives up to her name and does wander but has now been missing since last Tuesday, 10 November. She lives in the Tulbach Crescent area of Lonehill which is off Concourse. She may have gone down a stormwater drain, which is a maze and with the storm last week become disoriented and lost. If sighted please contact either Heather 082 496 8214 or Judy 083 611 1333



There are some wonderful people in Lonehill who, on a completely volunteer basis, take care of healthy populations of feral cats, bunnies, goats, dogs etc.  They sometimes share their tales with the Lonehill Community on this Lonehill Animal Welfare News website as they depend on the public for support, donations, volunteering and sharing in their good and not so good news sometimes.
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