The "SAVE" Campaign

RSPCA NSW is overwhelmed by the sheer number of cats and kittens that need homes or face being euthanased. In a desperate attempt to save as many feline lives as possible, the organisation is waiving cat adoption fees at five locations throughout the state from 17th – 21st February.

For five days only, RSPCA’s Sydney, Hunter, Illawarra and Broken Hill shelters and Care Centre in Rouse Hill will waive its normal adoption fees of up to $190 when adopters invest in an adoption pack for their new family member. Adoption packs include a cat bed, litter tray and scoop, two bowls, collar and cat toy.

All cats and kittens available for adoption at the RSPCA are health-checked, desexed, microchipped, vaccinated and up-to-date on flea and worming treatments.

“Sadly, we experience the same thing every year,” said RSPCA NSW Animal Wellbeing Executive Manager Susan Hill. “One cat can be responsible for reproducing 20,000 kittens in just two years. So you can imagine just how important it is to desex your animals. But people neglect to desex their pets so when breeding season hits, the RSPCA becomes inundated with thousands upon thousands of unwanted kittens and pregnant cats.”

RSPCA NSW staff and volunteers will visit Pitt Street Mall and Taylor Square in Sydney and Crown Street Mall in Wollongong on Thursday, 17th February from 11am to 1pm. The teams will hand out free cat toys, provide information and answer questions about the initiative.

Please help "SAVE" lives.

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