Graduated Cats

Happy stories of our adopted cats

Molly

My Story

I , Poppet, came from Outpawed Rescue Trust. I lived at one of the fosters home for a few months and greeting friends and visitors at that house was my job. I can handle children easily. I love to play, getting petted, and sleeping on laps.

On 27th of December, I was adopted by Joanne and Nigel and became the 1st graduated cats from the Neko Ngeru Cat Adoption Cafe! I’m happy at my furever home with my new parents. (=^・^=)

 

Poppet

My Story

I , Poppet, came from Outpawed Rescue Trust. I lived at one of the fosters home for a few months and greeting friends and visitors at that house was my job. I can handle children easily. I love to play, getting petted, and sleeping on laps.

On 27th of December, I was adopted by Joanne and Nigel and became the 1st graduated cats from the Neko Ngeru Cat Adoption Cafe! I’m happy at my furever home with my new parents. (=^・^=)

 

Brett

My Story

Brett lived at a camping ground at Rotorua with his family happily. He usually comes and asks to share our food when we cook so we assume he was fed by friendly campers. But one day, the owner of the camping ground decided to clear all cats from his camping ground and euthanize them. A friend of Vikki, Outpawed happened to be there and saved a family of cats and brought them back to Wellington. Most of Brett’s family have been adopted already. 

Brett was adopted by a man who lives in Kapiti Coast. 

 

3 All Black Kitties

We are very lucky to have a chance to take care of 3 black brothers from UHARS (Upper Hutt Animal Rescue Society). We fed them, played with them and walked with them! They went back to the HEAVEN at UHARS for de-sexing and vaccination after a month. They stayed there another 3 weeks or so and “Green” – Teddy had a chance to be adopted on the Open Day! Other 2, “Red” – Bruce and “Blue” – Justin also got adopted soon after and they went to the forever home TOGETHER!  We are super happy when we heard the stories. 

We hope they live happily ever after!!

 

Tonraq

Tonraq was named after the animation/Video game called “The Legend of Korra.” Zhi li (now Bonnie) is his sister.

Tonraq and Zhi li were dumped as kittens in the Levin area, north of Wellington. They were lucky enough to have some food put out for them by residents, but were largely left to fend for themselves. They were caught in July 2016 and spent some time with a temporary foster home and also at Outpawed. It seems like they were not feral but both were extremely timid. Maybe they were abused because of the way they were afraid of human hands, loud noises and quick movements. Zhu Li became Bonnie when she was adopted by the Kane family in January of 2017.

After fostering at Okada’s for 6 months, Tonraq attached to Richelle so much; following her around, asking to be petted and answering to her, we decided to adopt him! He still acts a bit distant with Ken but he is a very good, affectionate cat!

 

Bonnie (Zhu Li)

 

Bonnie, formerly known as Zhu li and a sister of Tonraq, is now officially adopted by the Kane family in Porirua.

Abandoned in Levine and fed by some caring people, Zhu Li and her brother Tonraq were rescued by Outpawed and fostered together. The first fosterers brought them back to Outpawed. When we first saw them, they were hiding under a couch cushion and trembling. It took about five days for Zhu Li to come out of the box, but then she really opened up to play, enjoy brushing and petting and to start to mark the house as her’s by rubbing her face against everything. 

 

Ben

When Ken rescued Ben, his neck was crooked and couldn’t walk straight. He must have fallen from somewhere high. A member of Bow Meow Shanghai, animal rescue group, took care of Ben since he was too small and needed 24 hours attention. Ken & Richelle took Ben to foster after a month or so. By that time, he has grown and improved a lot. He was a ball of energy and played with anything all the time.  

He was adopted by the Japanese family and made the way back to Japan in 2016. 

Bibi

Bibi is one of the cats Ken & Richelle rescued in Shanghai. 

The name ‘Bibi’ comes from the Japanese word “Bibiri” which means “spooked.” After his Mom left Bibi alone, he hid all day long under the wall. He has been hiding under the sink in Ken & Richelle’s home and didn’t come out by himself. for the first week or so (you can see him hiding in the drawer in the video below.)  

Bibi was adopted by a fellow teacher in the same school of Ken & Richelle and became a good buddy with her son Joseph. We believe Bibi is moving to the US with the family.  

 

Minnaloushe

Minnaloushe was rescued in the Ken & Richelle’s compound in Gubei, Shanghai. He was so friendly and stayed with them from the beginning. He was well fed and very trusting so he might have been abandoned by the previous owner or escaped from his home. His name Minnaloushe is from the poem “THE CAT AND THE MOON.”

Minnaloushe was so affectionate and gave us nose kisses when he got used to us. He made a loud purring noise when he was happy. He was a clever boy and could fetch and retrieve a string.

Minnaloushe was adopted by the expert family in Shanghai. 

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