Hopes and Dreams
To continue to have wild bred / wilderness loving cats as my travel companions. Eventually owning my own woodland to let them run free in whilst I live off land amongst them, alongside offering a sacred place for visitors to come and heal amongst nature.
Sadly my feline companions have slowly passed over due to inherited issues, illness or unfortunate circumstances, but I dedicate my life to giving them the best memories ever and taking them to the wilderness to enjoy. I will be focussing on Savannah cats in the future as I can offer them the 24/7 care and attention they need to thrive and not end up in uneducated pet homes, whilst educating about the breed.
I have wonderful moments with my treasured cat family and continue to celebrate their life however short… and the joy and therapy they bring me.
I spent the first two years of owning these beautiful Savannah cats, realising how myself and others had being conned and the victim of bad breeders. I now refuse to follow my breeding plans but take on kittens bred by others, which are not suitable for pet homes to join me offering my mobile wildkattery lorry as their travelling home.
On my travels Im happy to educate about the breed and the pitfalls, plus awareness of the wild side of these cats and potential dangers of ownership, alongside the therapy they have brought me..and just as I saved their life .. they saved mine many times.
My time is dedicated to offering them as many experiences in Nature or wilderness as possible, to give them the best life for their well-being. Alongside an abundance of unconditional love during their time with me, whilst also protecting them ( and the public / dogs etc ) from any wild traits by keeping tethered for safety.
During travels I welcome questions and photo opportunities, in return for donations which is spent on their food and vet bills.
A go fund me pays for cremations and memorial trips after a recent invisible virus wiped out my feline family, devastating me and sending me into a deep depression.
I am grateful to those who donate to keep their memory alive.