The cattery at RSPCA ACT’s Weston shelter is at CAT-pacity! The organisation is looking to find new homes for 150 cats and kittens currently in care.
At the cattery in Weston there are 17 living enclosures for cats and kittens available for adoption. RSPCA ACT has increased this to 28 living enclosures and has no more room.
READ ALSO: The best pet rescue shelters in Canberra
Over the past few months RSPCA ACT has seen an increase in the amount of cats and kittens coming into the shelter. Currently there are close to 50 cats and kittens available for adoption. There are also another 30 cats and kittens waiting to be desexed so they can be placed up for adoption. RSPCA ACT also has over 80 cats and kittens still in foster.
RSPCA ACT Director Jane Gregor encourages people to visit the shelter and adopt, “Our shelter is completely full of wonderful cats and kittens looking for their new loving family. If you have been thinking about adopting, right now is the perfect time as we have so many felines that will suit varying lifestyles.”
The organisation will continue to put additional cats and kittens up for adoption once there is room available in the cattery.
Adoption fee is as follows:
Cat (over 6 months)
Standard Adoption Fee: $195
CAT-pacity Adoption Fee: $99
Standard Adoption Fee: $295
CAT-pacity Adoption Fee: $149
The reduction in adoption fee is available until next Wednesday, May 25.