Kentbowl Pty Ltd trading as Catsafe

Kentbowl Pty Ltd trading as Catsafe
Kentbowl Pty Ltd trading as Catsafe
Animals-CARINDALE, QLD
Animals-Carindale, QLD
Robyn looks after customer service side of CatSafe and has been an avid cat lover all her life, she is distressed by the fact that domestic cats have been unfairly branded environmental vand..
37 Amersham Crescent, Carindale, Qld, 4152.
37 Amersham Crescent, Carindale, Qld, 4152.
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Robyn looks after customer service side of CatSafe and has been an avid cat lover all her life, she is distressed by the fact that domestic cats have been unfairly branded environmental vandals. Robyn is also concerned at what seems to be a great increase in reported animal cruelty, to dogs as well as cats. Robyn is passionate about her four cats' safety and wellbeing, and they have all been brought up as in-house cats and have had enclosures for the last twelve years.

Robyn Roberts:

Robyn looks after customer service side of CatSafe and has been an avid cat lover all her life, she is distressed by the fact that domestic cats have been unfairly branded environmental vandals.   Robyn is also concerned at what seems to be a great increase in reported animal cruelty, to dogs as well as cats. Robyn is passionate about her four cats' safety and wellbeing, and they have all been brought up as in-house cats and have had enclosures for the last twelve years.

Robyn also loves to feed the local native birds, and having her cats contained enables her to do this and the cats enjoy seeing the different wild birds. There are usually about 50 local wild birds waiting at 3pm for thier daily feed.

Robyn is also keen to ensure that her cats do, and are seen to do, no environmental damage.

Ken Roberts:

Ken, looks after the quoting, development and manufacturing side of CatSafe and was previously, instrumental in developing Nu Steel Kit Homes nationally from 1982. Ken sold his Nu Steel business and retired in 2007.

Ken has applied his kit home skills in designing CatSafe™ systems in a form and at a cost that are affordable to most cat owners. CatSafe cat runs and cat enclosures are made of modern, high quality materials and are individually designed from each customers photos, to suit their specific needs, and thier cat (or cats).

Robyn & Ken's Cats:

Robyn & Ken have four cats Bob, Kate,Tom and Tiger (the cats believe they have Robyn & Ken as staff). The cats have always had an outdoor cat enclosure for their enjoyment.  Visitors to Robyn's and Ken's house (both cat lovers and non-cat lovers) have all unanimously agreed that the cat enclosures they had at each of their homes were a great idea.

One old friend who is a keen bird breeder had never seen one before, and thought it was a wonderful idea!  So your cat enclosure will not only please you and your cat – it will please just about everyone else for various reasons.

Sam was the head of the cat family (he also thought he was head of the household). He was 12 years old. He was a chinchilla and had a bad time with the herpes virus, but thanks to some fantastic eye surgery (don't mention the cost to Ken) he was free of the virus as it affected his eyes.  However, he was also an asthmatic and needed an asthma prevention puffer every day, which Robyn gave him from a special cat asthma chamber. Sam developed Diabetes in 2010, which on top of the asthma, sent his health into decline. Sadly, Sam lost his battle with ill health late in 2011.

It was a wonder that he survive at all as he was “grabbed” by a hungry, 3 metre carpet snake which wrapped itself around him when he was five months old.  Robyn saved him by rushing in to do battle, getting several bites (which she doesn't recall) in the process, but much more importantly, managing to save her “baby”.

Bobby is the next eldest of the cat family. He is 12 years old, and when found by the local vet as a very greasy, 4 month old stray we were asked to adopt him. He's a highly strung white chinchilla who would like to be a film star and is adored by everybody. He loves having his photo taken (doesn't mind the flash in the least) and graciously accepts all the admiration heaped on him by visitors (and Robyn and Ken, of course!).

Kate is our only female cat. She is almost 9 years old and was an orphan looking for a good home – which she found. She's a black shorthair domestic with a strong maternal instinct, who can also growl like a small dog when she's running around enjoying herself – a real character!  She still has all the toys she's collected since she was a kitten and gets immense pleasure when she finds them under couches, etc, where they've been “lost”. She then proudly presents them to Robyn and Ken with much loud meowing (regardless of the time of day or night)!

Tom used to be the baby of the family, although not in size. He's almost 8 years old and a ginger shorthair domestic who was in need of a good home. We think he's an “old soul” and he's very loving and (generally!) placid. Every now and then he breaks out and causes havoc with Bob, tearing around all over the furniture and generally having great fun.

We came upon Kate and Tom at Christmas time when the two Chinchillas were due for their ‘flu shots and couldn't resist them, so that's how we ended up with our family of four!

Tiger is the baby of the cat family, we adopted him as a 10 week old kitten from the AWL at Coombabah in January 2012. He has fitted in with the other three adult cats without a hitch and is currently a 7 kilo, 2 year old bundle of joy. Robyn thought he might turn out to be a Norwegian Forest cat, then changed her mind and thought he would be a Turkish Van but as he's grown Robyn is now convinced he is a Siberian Barn Cat and will weigh 9 kilos as an adult?

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