9th Life Hawaii is in the process of setting up a new cattery area for its older cats, which will all be under one roof so that staff members can easily monitor any changes in their health. Volunteers (from left) Keola Sequiera, Jerry Piller, Conrad Engleke, Paul Takayama (front), Bill Immarino and John Hara spent an entire day putting the building together. The cat-welfare agency also thanks Gaye Johnson (not pictured), who was familiar with putting a structure of this size together; her knowledge enabled the project to move forward very quickly. The next phase is to install fencing to keep the elder cats in one place. Those interested in helping may call 572-3499. To adopt a cat, call 573-3365.