Adopt a cat in Tanzania

Adoptions are essential for the shelter. Therefore if we cannot find homes for the animals we have, we cannot take more in off the streets.

Stray cats are not second class animals, they’ve simply experienced more life than others. Hence by adopting one of our shelter animals you help support homeless animals and help us in our goal of giving these deserving creatures a good life.

There are so many unwanted stray cats which are so thankful to be rescued and who will reward you with friendship and companionship for the rest of their lives.

If you want to adopt a cat have a look at our currents animals below.

These Cats Are Waiting For A Forever Home

Take Home A Young Cat

Some cats will need time to settle. It is best to start them off in one room (preferably in the room that you intend to keep the litter tray to avoid confusion). You can then gradually introduce them to more of the house as they become comfortable with the room they are in. Allow them to sniff around and try to keep everything calm and quiet. A quiet area where the cat is able to hide and be left alone is very important.

Take Home An Adult Cat

The personality of an older cat is already known – making it easier to match you with the right cat!

Older Cats are generally less demanding than youngsters, and need less supervision, so if you work outside the home, an adult cat is much better able to content itself while you are out than a youngster.

Most older cats are seeking little more than a warm lap, regular food and love!