Ending on a high note
After a few setbacks during the past financial year, Cat Protection is pleased to report a number of accomplishments to end the 2014-15 financial year on a high note.
Adoption centre reopens
Repairs and renovations to our adoption centre were completed and the adult cats have returned to 103 Enmore Road. Once again, we are able to accept surrenders and continue to find loving homes for cats in need … because every cat deserves a loving and responsible home.
Read about the damage to our building sustained during the recent hail storm.
Despite the fact that the main adoption centre was closed for over a month, we have still exceeded our previous adoption results, finding loving homes for more cats and kittens in 2014-15 than we did in 2013-14 – that’s a cause for celebration!
We are proud to announce that Cat Protection is now a registration agent for the NSW Companion Animal Register.
What exactly does this mean? Adopters are no longer required to register their new friends with council – when people adopt from us, their cat or kitten is not only desexed, microchipped, parasite-treated and vet health checked, we will register them to their new family!
An investment in advertising has resulted in Cat Protection helping to desex hundreds of cats more than in the previous financial year. This has a very real and positive impact on future populations of homeless cats.
If you, or someone you know, would like assistance with desexing a feline friend, please contact our welfare office.
To all of our volunteers, members, donors, vets and Cat Protection supporters – thank you for helping us through a challenging year and improving the lives of cats.
Purrs and pats