Every week at Villa Kitty we celebrate success stories, which are frequently made possibly by friends, like you, who have responded to our requests for support.
We are extremely grateful to all the people around the globe who have supported Villa Kitty. Your generosity not only maintains Villa Kitty’s operational expenses, but also ensures our future longevity.
Our special thanks to:
- Robert Elliot
- Christopher, Vanessa and Molly Parr
- Rosemary Fry and family
- Martine Caire and Geneviève Farinacci
- Karin and Arief – Bali
- The Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge Society (SCARS) and Leesa (http://www.sippycreek.com.au/)
- De-Anne Cue and family – Perth Western Australia
- Denise & David Flentjar-Morgan MELBOURNE Vic (http://abicatcattery.com.au/)
- Bev Luff of Compassion and Soul in Adelaide SA (http://www.withcompassion.com.au/).
- Michelle Southcott from Global Weddings – Bali (http://www.globalweddings.com.au/default.asp)
- Laurina & Michael Chilcott – SYDNEY NSW
- Derek and Sue Measures – Sunshine Coast QLD
- Annie Gordon – Perth WA
- Shannon Mortlock – NSW
We welcome your involvement!
Visit us at: Jalan Ambarawati Banjar Tengah LODTUNDUH Gianyar Bali.
+6285857584131 / +62361981651,
Please keep in touch as we are still endeavouring to have a donation button either with PayPal or another donation point.
Our facility is open 24 hours a day. If you find a neglected cat or kitten
Special Thanks – Villa Kitty Cat Foundation
Special Thanks – Villa Kitty Bali Cat Foundation
Villa Kitty is a rescue and adoption centre for Bali’s abandoned cats and kittens. We have just celebrated our 3rd birthday with one hundred and twenty-one cats and kittens, seventeen of them tiny kittens under 6 weeks having arrived in the past seven days. Please consider adopting or fostering and if you are not able to adopt or foster please consider making a donation via our PayPal account or volunteering.
Villa Kitty Bali began as the “Cats and Kittens Section” in another shelter in Lodtunduh. I am Elizabeth Henzell (nee Suttie) and in 2009 I was asked to care for three tiny kittens. I didn’t have time but I had two young friends looking for work so I employed them to care for the kittens. Many more quickly followed. My close friend, Robert Elliot, has been the major sponsor since our first days. He generously paid our staff wages, in addition to the necessary equipment, food and medications for the cats and kittens. Villa Kitty has been in operation for more than three years now because of his continuing generous monthly support. Kadek Purnata and Wayan ‘Jopi’ Budiarta were our first vet assistants. These compassionate young men are still working at Villa Kitty as senior assistants who mentor our junior vet assistants. They take their position very seriously and are consulted on important issues such as hand-feeding neonates.