Clyde is one of three new cats at the cat cafe. He looks like a tiny version of Shakespeare, and is closely bonded to Adam and Arnold, the two other cats that he was adopted with as a kitten. Clyde is often seen on the staff reception desk ‘helping’ with tasks. Clyde was adopted form the Lost Dog’s Home.
Adam is one of three new cats at Cat Cafe Melbourne. He is Arnold’s brother, despite looking a lot different in size and colouring. Adam loves chattering to the sparrows in the lane ways. Adam was adopted from the Lost Dog’s Home.
Arnold is one of three new additions to the cat cafe. Despite their different looks and size, Arnold is brother to Adam. This big boy is growing so fast he may end up being our largest cat! Arnold was adopted from the Lost Dog’s Home.
Chirp is our youngest cat at the cat cafe. He is a few weeks younger than Tilly and Nod. Despite their close resemblance Nod and Chirp are not related but they do have a close bond. At first Chirp spent most of his time with the other kittens, however he now sleeps and plays with his peers as well. Chirp was from the Lost Dog’s Home.
This beautiful girl is sure to be a stunner! She is a typical kitten, loving pats and play. She doesn’t mind a belly rub (she will make it clear if she desires this). As her personality develops we will update her profile. See if you can spot the skull markings in her fur on the back of her neck! Tilly was from the Lost Dog’s Home.
This sweet little boy is growing fast! His silky soft fur and gentle purr will melt your heart! Nod’s personality is still developing and we will update his personality with the changes. He is a typical kitten, loving pats and play. He gets along very well with the other cats, often sleeping and playing with his peers. Nod was from the Lost Dog’s Home.
Ruby was born in March 2014 and had her eye removed due to a severe eye infection. Ruby has an amazing little personality, she loves pats, play and manages to look even cuter while sleeping. Despite her disability and sweet nature she does give as good as she gets with the other cats during play! If she decides a toy is her special toy she will play fetch with it if it is put up high. Ruby was from the Lost Dogs Home.
Our lucky black cat!
Shakespeare is a very sweet natured cat. He never upsets any other cat and he is quite gentle during play fights. His little pot belly is a testament to his love of food! His cheeky little face is guaranteed to make him a favourite at the cat cafe. He is usually found snuggled up in a dark corner, making him hard to find. Shakespeare is from the Lost Dogs Home.
Jasper is definitely our most vocal cat! He will meow for pats, food, play, and pretty much anything. He can be a little shy when it comes to playing with the other cats but does his best. He loves playing with sticks or string dragged through the carpet. He is not quite a pure white cat, he has fine black hairs on the top of his head. Jasper is from the Lost Dogs Home.
Being the shiest out of the bunch, Lexi is often by herself sunbathing, sleeping, or looking for pats. She is the only female at Cat Cafe Melbourne to have previously had a litter. She loves to get gentle pats from people and will play with feather, string, or sticks if tempted correctly. Lexi was from the Geelong Animal Welfare Society.
Waldo is a gentle giant with a very sweet nature. He loves pats and belly rubs and often tries to sleep in places that he is too big for! After meals and some bird-watching he is usually content to sleep the rest of the day. Waldo was from the Lost Dogs Home.
This distinguished gentleman is our oldest cat, approximately 10 years old. Unlike most cats he loves to stare people directly in the eye and watch everything that goes on around him. He has taught the young ones to stay away from him as he is only interested in three things; sleep, pats, and sleep! And he doesn’t mind the old belly rub. Lynx was from the Lost Dogs Home.
Lynx is sponsored by The Catz Pyjamas (www.thecatzpyjamas.com.au) from our indiegogo.com campaign.
This little guy is sure to break some hearts! His markings are those of a Turkish Van, however coming from a shelter this is not confirmed. He has a few favourite sleeping places including at the bottom of the stairs and he loves playing with plastic crinkle balls. Sherlock was from the Geelong Animal Welfare Society.
Lovely Lottie loves attention! She adores nothing more than being the centre of attention and showered with praise and pats. She will reward you with a very loud and enthusiastic purr and possibly a love bite or two. The only thing bigger than her purr is her enormous fluffy tail! Lottie was from the Geelong Animal Welfare Society.
Lottie is sponsored by Rosemary Cass from our indiegogo.com campaign.
This girl embodies her larger cat relative instincts. She will always best her fellow kitties when playing or pouncing and goes for anything that moves. She is not the most affectionate towards people, however she does often groom and socialise with the other cats, perhaps as a way of apologising for beating them up! If you are lucky enough to be graced with her attention, she has gorgeous soft fur and loves a head scratch. Clara was from the Geelong Animal Welfare Society.
Lopez is currently the dominant male in the cat hierarchy. He rules over the cats and sometimes bullies those that do not like his leadership. Despite this, he does have a soft side and often grooms and snuggles up with the other cats. He is always curious and communicates with short high-pitched chattering. Lopez is from the Geelong Animal Welfare Society.