An Australian woman who quit her teaching job to start a charity in Bali recusing abandoned cats has admitted the charity is at a crisis point. Villa Kitty founder, Elizabeth Henzell, said she has almost 300 abandoned, stray and sick cats in her care. Every cage, enclosure and play area is full and the charity has already helped 323 cats and kittens this year, Ms Henzell said. Villa Kitty founder, Elizabeth Henzell (pictured), said she has almost 300 abandoned, stray and sick cats under her care ‘It gets to the stage I can really fall apart if things get really sad,’ she told nine.com.au. The 67-year-old grew up in Papua New Guinea and eventually moved to the Sunshine Coast where she ran a language school. However eight years ago the former teacher re-located to Bali and started working as a physician assistant as well as volunteering at a dog charity. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The ssstuff of nightmares! Massive two-metre long carpet… Cat that went missing during the Montecito mudslides returns… Share this article Share She noticed there were no organisations offering care for cats and set up a department at the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA). As more and more… Read full this story
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