The Good Neighbour Project launched in Bathurst
In Bathurst on Friday 9 December, the Minister for Local Government, the Hon Paul Toole MP launched The Good Neighbour Project for Cat Protection.
The Good Neighbour Project has been created by Cat Protection to promote socially and environmentally responsible cat care: “Being a responsible cat owner means ensuring the welfare and wellbeing of your cat as well as protecting the local fauna and neighbourhood amenity. Put simply, it means being a good neighbour.”
We are very thankful to the Veterinary Practitioners Board, WIRES and the NSW Government for their support of The Good Neighbour Project plus our many meows of thanks to Kaz Childs for her amazing pro bono artwork for the beautiful brochures.
The Project is a multi-media campaign providing a number of resources which can be found here as well as on our brand new website for people working with cats – such as vet clinics, shelters, pounds and rescue group: www.catcare.org.au
The new website includes a free training package for vets on early-age desexing. Verified completion of the training qualifies for two structured CPD points for registered vets.
For more on the launch read the Western Advocate’s article here.