Ali is a very sweet FIV+ cat in South Wales, Australia. He recently orchestrated his own “trapping” and now has a forever home. This is his story.
The kind people from CatRescue901, in Terrey Hills, New South Wales care for a feral cat colony. They recently set up a trap to capture a litter of kittens. Sarah Chelskea and Crystal Mackey recently returned to where they’d set up a trap and found a litter of kittens inside. Ali was there too. He was well known to the ladies, as he had been seen caring for six kittens and two mama cats.
Sarah and Crystal had just removed the kittens when Ali did something very surprising: he went into the trap and sat there, waiting. It didn’t take the ladies long to realize Ali was telling them in his own special way that he wanted a home as well.
Although Ali is FIV+, since he’s such a sweetheart that didn’t stand in the way of him finding a forever home. Happily, a nice lady named Kaycie and her husband saw CatRescue901’s plea on social media and couldn’t resist. They fell in love with Ali and decided to adopt him. No one
CatRescue 901 is committed to rescuing, caring for and rehoming abandoned animals from council pounds and the streets. We rely on the goodwill of the community and the dedication of volunteers to do this vital work.
Formed in 2006 (originally as Catrescue NSW) to help combat and highlight the horrific number of abandoned cats and kittens destroyed in pounds, CatRescue 901 not only cares for homeless animals, but proactively tackles the source of the issue by campaigning for legislation change, greater representation for animals, low cost desexing and microchipping, and community education.
CatRescue 901 is no-kill. Instead of a shelter, they have a network of trained volunteer, foster carers who provide care for their cats in their homes. Most carers have one or two cats in their care and we have specialist carers who are trained to look after a mom with babies or litters of tiny bottle babies.
Ali has found a great forever home, and the kittens he looked after will also be adopted out through CatRescue 901. Their Facebook page is here.
Source 1. Photos provided by CatRescue 901.