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RSPCA gets into the kennel business

By johnboy - 6 December 2012 4

This just in:

CEO of RSPCA ACT Michael Linke today announced a new initiative from RSPCA ACT aimed at assisting cat owners during peak holiday times.

“Our research has shown that the demand for cat boarding, especially at peak times in Canberra, is so great that some people choose to surrender their cat permanently. This decision impacts on RSPCA as we need to accommodate the cat and then ultimately find a new home. In exploring solutions we felt by offering commercial boarding solves three problems. Firstly it adds capacity to the already stretched boarding market in Canberra. Secondly it will potentially reduce the need for some people to surrender their cat as a result of limited choices for boarding. Thirdly it will provide RSPCA ACT with an opportunity to generate revenue to assist meet the increased demands being placed on us in a tough economic environment.

“We have called the facility Tango’s Place. Tango was a cat adopted from RSPCA in 2001, who passed away, his owners are great supporters of RSPCA.

Bookings are now being taken. Call RSPCA 6287 8100.

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RSPCA gets into the kennel business
Evil_Kitten 10:08 pm 06 Dec 12

Great news! Not that I have a cat, but I understand the shortage of boarding at Christmas time. Unfortunately you need to decide what holidays you’re taking and book your animal in mid-year these days if you want to get a spot.

jayskette 4:55 pm 06 Dec 12

Great! I need Christmas week boarding and was so desperate

poetix 4:52 pm 06 Dec 12

‘Less-able cats’ comes within a whisker of being hilarious.

Lillypilly 3:21 pm 06 Dec 12

Yay for kitties!

Fantastic idea. I think we will be using this if we’re in a pinch

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