community languages

For information on animals and COVID-19

Visit the World Organisation for Animal Health and the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment’s Domestic Animals and COVID-19. These sites are regularly updated.

For human health information visit NSW Health.  For more information in community languages visit the NSW Government COVID-19 translated resources page.

We regularly add topics to this page – if the information you are looking for is not here, we may be able to assist. Call our office on 02 9519 7201 Monday to Friday between 10am and 5pm. Please note that we do not have vets on site and cannot provide veterinary advice.

Our factsheets and videos provide general information only and should not be taken as constituting professional advice. In an emergency you should always contact or take your cat directly to a vet.

Bilingual cat welfare information

This English language cat welfare information has been translated into Bengali, Greek, Nepali, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Turkish, and Urdu.

Stay home, stay safe and Think of the pats  videos – friendly advice from cats and kittens in community languages. With thanks to Giles and Zuki; Peanut and Bella; Concord Veterinary Hospital; and SBS In Language.

Arabic (audio and subtitles) – عربي

ابق في المنزل، ابق آمنا – نصيحة ودية من قطة  إلى أخرى
فكر في التربيتات – نصيحة ودية من قطة صغيرة إلى أخرى

Cantonese (audio and subtitles) – 廣東話

呆在家裡,保持安全 – 貓口相傳的友好建議

Korean (audio and subtitles) – 한국어

집에 머물러요, 안전하게 지내요 – 고양이가 고양이에게 건내는 따뜻한 조언
애완동물들을 생각하세요 –  아기 고양이가 아기 고양이에게 건내는 따뜻한 조언

Mandarin (audio and subtitles) – 普通话


Vietnamese (audio and subtitles) – Tiếng Việt

Hãy ở nhà, giữ an toàn – lời khuyên thân thiện của chú mèo này cho chú mèo khác
Hãy nghĩ về những cái vỗ về – lời khuyên thân thiện của chú mèo con này dành cho chú mèo con khác

Click here for a list of veterinary practices where community languages are spoken.