The RSPCA has announced that they’re up to their elbows in kittens and would like you to take one home for Easter.
- CEO of RSPCA ACT Michael Linke today advised that since 1 November 2008 RSPCA ACT had received 1,000 kittens.
“It seems there is no end in sight, day after day more and more kittens are handed in to RSPCA ACT. Just this week we had 29 handed in on Monday.
“It seems irresponsible breeding and unregulated sales of kittens across the capital continue as we work harder and harder every year to find homes for this volume of kittens.”
With the school holidays upon us again, families have a perfect opportunity to adopt a new kitten and help RSPCA.
“If you are thinking of a new pet, come to RSPCA first, don’t add to the over supply and do the right thing for animal welfare. RSPCA ACT has the most successful companion animal homing program across Australia.”
For just $195 you too can have a little fluffy ball of destruction. The price comes with worming, vaccination, desexing, and the all important microchip.