The Bonaire Animal Shelter has launched a web cam — or what it calls "the Kenoffel Cat Cam" — to allow feline fans a view of adoptable cats in the Bonaire shelter.
The Kenoffel Cat Cam
The cat cam is called the Kenoffel Cat Cam because the cam was donated by Bonaire residents and cat lovers Lourae and Randy Kenoffel and their cat Bandit (a former Shelter resident). Lourae and Randy wanted to do something for our feline friends on the island and thought that a catcam was a great idea. More cats would be adopted and the shelter could raise funds and donations with the Kenoffel Cat Cam. Unfortunately, Randy passed away in July 2014 and was not able to see the catcam in action.
Adopt a Bonaire Cat
Watch our Kitty Cam and see what fun our feline friends are up to! You might see cats exploring, kittens playing hide and seek, or just taking a cat nap. All the cats are available for adoption. Animal Shelter Bonaire has wonderful cats and kittens of every color, age and size. We hope you will consider adding one of them to your home. You'll receive a lifetime of love for it!
Help the cats (and dogs) on Bonaire
If you enjoy this cam, please consider making a donation to the Animal Shelter Bonaire who not only make the lives of rescued dogs and cats so much better, but take the time and effort to provide these live cams. The web page will also have spots available for sponsors which board members hope will eventually bring in extra funds for the Animal Shelter Bonaire.