Sometimes cats cross our path who have been abandoned or lost but who we can't keep because of medical reasons, or because they are too timid for cafe or colony life. Here's a few cats we've helped along their way!

Mimi Mimi
Mimi came to us in early 2017, heavily pregnant and full of sass. 

Mimi is a mouser for a local restaurant, and they hadn't had her spayed and she'd lost 2 litters prior to this one. One of the restaurant staff asked us to help this time.

It didn't take long for us to realise Mimi wasn't cut out for living with other cats, nor living indoors, so we took her to our office, away from the cafe cats, where she promptly produced 5 little kittens! 

Once the kittens were weaned, she was bored, aggressive and wanted to go back to her life as a hunter of mice. We took care of all her medical needs and returned her to the restaurant. 

Mimi's kittens live in the cafe now - the Wilde kittens - and are doing fabulously well. 

 

Romeo Zelda

 

Zelda was left on our doorstep explaining her history

 

Loki

Loki

 

Loki and his brother Adamska (now Kaiden) stayed with us a short while.

Like Romeo, as they grew up and matured, their personalities manifested more strongly and we could see they were quiet cats who would enjoy a private home more than cat cafe life!

Loki now lives in Mile End and torments his new family with constant demands for playtime!

As his new parents are both photographers, we can enjoy plenty of photos of their fluffy little muse on his instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/loki_ld/

 

Kaiden Adamska

 

Loki and his brother Adamska (now Kaiden) stayed with us a short while.

Like Romeo, as they grew up and matured, their personalities manifested more strongly and we could see they were quiet cats who would enjoy a private home more than cat cafe life!

Adamska was renamed Kaiden and moved out to the Olympic Village with Zoe and Simon, where he keeps them busy with important feline conversations. You can follow Kaiden on Instagram too! https://www.instagram.com/kaiden_ld/