URGENT! Our shelter is in crisis. The increase in dogs and cats has skyrocketed expenses. Public aid only covers 11% of the annual costs, and private donations are not enough. Our facilities are collapsing, and the animals are stressed. We owe over 10,000 euros to veterinarians, and the bills keep increasing. In May alone, we received 37 dogs. PLEASE, HELP US (donate, become a member, volunteer, or foster)

1 year(s) & 1 month(s) old

Contact with children : ?*
Contact with other cats : GOOD
Contact with dogs : ?
Contact with people : GOOD
Special needs :NO

Introducing Aslan, an incredibly sweet, affectionate, and playful little kitten. Aslan means “lion” in Turkish, and we named him that because with those big yellow eyes and that penetrating gaze, he looks like a beautiful little lion, except he’s not dangerous but super loving, docile and tender.

Aslan was abandoned by a family along with his three siblings at the door of the shelter. This family had not spayed their cat and didn’t even bother to look for adoptive families for their kittens. They simply left us to deal with the consequences of their irresponsibility at a time when the shelter was on the brink of collapse.

When Aslan arrived at the shelter, he was scared. He had been separated from his mother and had no idea what was happening around him. However, after a few hours of receiving love, food, water, treats, and a comfortable, clean bed, he started to relax, and the next day, he was a happy kitten again, chasing toys and playing with his siblings.

Aslan is now looking for a forever home where he will be loved and pampered as he deserves. If you’re missing a beautiful little lion in your home, please fill out his adoption form!

Adoption costs for cats  : ADULT  120€ / KITTEN 60€ All animals available for adoption have a microchip and passport. They have been tested for common diseases (Leishmania for dogs, FeLV and FIV for cats). Adult animals are fully vaccinated and castrated.

* Until complete adaptation, adult supervision with small children is essential.