Olja - Olja is a part of an ex-stray colony of five cats that one of our founders started feeding three years ago. She is the sweetest girl that loves to bump her head against yours. In the summer of 2017 she started having serious health problems. Endoscopy showed she has a severe inflammation of her intestines. Her diagnosis is IBD (inflamatorz bowel disease). We are currently managing her symptoms with raw meat diet and supplements.
Vili - Vili is a part of an ex-stray colony of five cats that one of our founders started feeding three years ago. He loves people, food, and cuddling. And he is not afraid to meow that loudly. He is a friendly gentleman that will steal your heart at the moment you meet him. He had a sternum tumor removed in 2021 and is since doing great.
Nočka - Nočka is a part of an ex-stray colony of five cats that one of our founders started feeding some years ago. She is a gentle lady that needs time to adjust to new places and people. She is distrustful and would hide all the time until you gain her trust. But boy, oh boy, when you do, her loving nature starts to shine. One can't believe how much she loves being caressed. She in on a special kidney diet.
Erik - Erik is a part of an ex-stray colony of five cats that one of our founders started feeding three years ago. He is approximately 2 years old. It's hard to say which he loves more, cuddles or food. At the end of the day food probably wins, but after the meal he squeezes into your lap with his head tucked under your arm. He could sleep like this fo hours. He's a younger version of Vili in many ways.
PERMANENT RESIDENTS THAT WE LOST
Mici - FeLV+ (went over the rainbow 2023)
Božo - FIV+ (went over the rainbow in 2022)
STRAY CATS OF KRANJ
Lili, Frenk, Elza, Vera, Zlatka, and Oliva are stray/feral cats that we feed on daily basis. Lili is actually the mother of all of them, because it took us some time to finally catch her. We caught her two times before, but both times someone released her. After catching her youngest kittens (Frenk, Vera, and Elza) we got lucky and we also caught Lili. So now all of them are spayed and neutered. Elza, Frenk, and Zlatka are losing their feral nature. We wish that one day you will see them in the »looking for home« section.