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Holiday adoption centre opening hours

Thinking of visiting us over the festive season?

Make sure to check our adoption centre opening hours before coming to meet your forever friend.

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Good Neighbour Project wins Companion Animal Rescue Award

Cat Protection was honoured to receive an award in the inaugural Companion Animal Rescue Awards earlier in the year. Our Good Neighbour Project won the Community Education and Outreach Program category, we are very grateful to be given the opportunity to spread the message of responsible cat ownership to a wider audience and be recognised amongst so many wonderful rescue groups. Jiminy was thrilled with the news and even more excited to receive some of the amazing prizes.

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Notice of Nominations for Appointed Directors

Cat Protection Society of NSW Inc

AGM 3 November 2018

The following nominations have been received for the election of Appointed Directors, to be held at the AGM on 3 November 2018. Each nominee is eligible for election under the Constitution. There are two vacancies and two nominations:

  1. Petra Dobrijevic
  2. Guy Farrands
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Fabulous Felines Brooch Collection

This year we’re celebrating 60 years of caring for cats and to mark this momentous occasion, we ran a competition asking people to send in photos of their cat with something diamond related. We were dazzled by all the wonderful entries and asked our faithful Facebook friends to vote for their favourites.

We are super excited to reveal the winners and launch the Fabulous Felines collection, a very special and very sparkly set of limited-edition brooches celebrating our Diamond Anniversary!

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Draft new constitution for consideration by members

As members have been advised by post, Cat Protection is contemplating moving its incorporation from the auspices of the NSW Associations Incorporation Act and NSW Fair Trading to the federal Corporations Act and ASIC. The reason for this is that the NSW system is intended to cover smaller organisations and our operations and assets are considered too large. However, any decision to make such a change can only be made by members.

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Nine per cent increase in vaccinated pet cats in past year

At Cat Protection we are very pleased by the news from our latest Ipsos survey showing positive attitudes to responsible pet ownership.

The great news is that vaccination rates have increased by 9% in the past year.

Read our media release for more details.

For the full Ipsos survey click here.

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Senate inquiry – Regulatory approaches to ensure the safety of pet food

Late last month the Senate announced an inquiry into regulatory approaches to ensure the safety of pet food.

Cat Protection has made a submission which you can read here

If you wish to make a submission, you may do so directly via the inquiry homepage

Or you might wish to support CHOICE submission, more details of which can be found here

Submissions close on Friday 27 July 2018.

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The 500 Cats Challenge – 2GB and Alan Jones

With the 500 Cats Challenge under way, our CEO Kristina Vesk spoke with Alan Jones about our goal of getting 500 kittens and cats desexed and vaccinated before Spring.

You can listen to the full interview here

Our thanks to Alan Jones and 2GB who have been fantastic supporters of Cat Protection over many years, helping us to reach far and wide with our feline welfare messages. With the 500 Cats Challenge,

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The 500 Cats Challenge

The Cat Protection Society of NSW is celebrating 60 years of caring for cats with a major discount desexing program in Sydney: the 500 Cats Challenge.

For just $50, pensioners and health care card holders can have their cat desexed and vaccinated. The goal is to have 500 cats desexed before the next kitten season.

“Desexing is good for a cat’s health and behaviour, it’s good for feline welfare and the environment and of course it curbs the number of unwanted and homeless cats,” Cat Protection CEO Kristina Vesk said “Vaccinations are essential to both individual cat health and feline population health.

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Hornsby Shire cat trapping program

This week Cat Protection’s attention was drawn to the cat trapping program commenced in recent months by Hornsby Shire Council.

It has been suggested that we are involved with this program. Cat Protection is not involved with this program – nor are we involved with any other trapping programs.

You can always call our office (and please do) to verify whether any person or organisation claiming to represent Cat Protection actually does so.

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