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Saving one life at a time, together we make a difference.

About ASPFM 

A Safe Place for Meow is a Not-for-profit incorporation, established in June 2019. It is a rescue group that is based on saving the lives of stray cats and kittens of the Northern Territory. ASPFM is run by a dedicated team of women outside of their everyday careers and relies solely on foster carers and public donations to help support and fund the group. ASPFM does not have a permanent location within the Northern Territory and therefore our foster carers are essential to providing a Safe Place for our cats and kittens until their forever homes are found.


Kelly is the heart and soul behind ASPFM, saving kittens and cats is just who she is. She has the biggest heart, and such a huge inspiration to our team. If we told you how many cats have came into Kelly’s life in care you wouldn’t believe us! 
She is the perfect example of crazy cat lady, and we love her for it 



Tay joined the team as a foster carer before stepping into a Coordinator and later board role. She puts in 100% into ensuring everything on the ground runs as smoothly as possible - still managing to snuggle a cat between her trips. Tay is a cat lover, with four of her own and multiple cat tattoos!

Tay loves to learn from those more experienced and with no vet background has certainly gained plenty of knowledge and continues to do so with every new challenge faced head on!


Tegan is a dog lover! She brings a love to help anyone in need to the team and you'll frequently catch her kids at our adoption events telling you all about their latest foster kitty! Tegan is never shy to learn something new and take on a kitten with some behaviours needing correcting to find their forever home.


Abbey is not only an emerging coordinator, she is a dedicated foster carer. She’s not shy to take on the quite cats that arrive at ASPFM. Between her trips away for work, Abbey gives her all to the fosters in her care and isn't afraid to coax out some love!


Ebony is a unique person that is very thoughtful, caring and kind. She helps not only people, but she strives to help the furry and feathery ones who can't ask for it during her everyday job of being a veterinary nurse. We couldn't ask to have met someone so amazing and volunteer with someone so selfless!


Kelsey is a dedicated member of the ASPFM board team who brings so much love to those in our care. She is a proud advocate always willing to learn for small babies in need of extra love. She has quickly picked up bottle baby care on top of her drive to see the organisation thrive just like her fosters.


Rainah is also a veterinary based Coordinator, not only does she have amazing knowledge in the medical field but she also has carried her mothering instinct on to raising sweet bottle babies! No task is ever too big for her.


As a member who has given a permanent home to one of our biggest achievements (Oakley). You will all know, she has a heart of gold. Ez is a women who will not give up on the ones who are just a little bit quirky or that just need that special home.


Kacey has vast knowledge when it comes to bottle babies and animal care, she has been a key feature in helping us in the vet space with her community vet work and she always has suggestions to ensure the success of the cats in our care! When she isn't fostering with us, she is fostering wallabies and possums for the community vets.

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