We’ve had Alfie since the very beginning of the organization as he came from a house with 7 cats that all had to go when the owner moved. He and his brother Artie were very shy as they had little contact with the owner. Over years, Alfie has become one of the friendliest cats, though the
This gorgeous ginger boy is the son of Kirsty and sister to Luna, though bears no resemblance to either of them. He is a total mama’s boy, and is a very active, playful little guy. His coat is like silk, as is his mother’s, and he is a very good snuggler.
This dainty girl is the daughter of Kirsty who was rescued with her family from the cat catcher. She is an avid climber and suffers from a severe addiction to bags of any kind, preferring backpacks that she can shed her white fur on. She isn’t big on snuggles, but when she’s ready to be pet,
She is one of our two tricolor cats and the mother of the family saved from the illegal cat trader at An Bang beach in Feb 2015. Cat stopped the man on the motorbike and reminded him that the consumption of cats is illegal (though unenforced) in Vietnam. Over much debate and a lot of attention
This is Mumford's sister, and they were found with on the highway to the beach in Hoi An. Both were small and sick and were Cat’s first rescues. She has grown calmer and much more at ease with the 20 cats at the shelter as the years go on and is a very loving part
This pretty little girl is another one of Cat’s from before starting the shelter. She is a silver-gray little thing with a short tail and a nice, loud voice that she uses frequently to remind us about dinner time.
This is our largest cat at the shelter, the giant ginger, Mumford. Don’t let his size betray him. He’s the kindest cat there. He came to Cat as a sickly kitten prior to starting the organization along with his sister Cami and he lives happily out in the cat enclosure, often taking care of the smaller
The king of the cat castle, Chinggis Khan, is Cat’s cat from Mongolia. He is the oldest cat and by far the wisest of them all. He is going to always be with Cat and not up for adoption, but the other cats at the shelter adore him and he spends his days with them
Dearest Bing, along with her buddy Duc, is a happy duck with a lot to talk about. She is a noisy little girl, much more so than her mate, and often she jumps up at the food bowls as they are being set in the afternoon. We do love an eager eater! She and her mate
This duck, along with his mate, Bing, is one of the crew of early morning alarms that reminds us that there is no sleeping in when you have hungry ducks just outside your window. His pleas for food sound like a witches cackling, but we do love this guy. He is helpless without his dear