RSPCA offers free cat desexing

Michael Reid 7 August 2016


RSPCA ACT is offering free cat desexing next month as part of its three-year Frisky Tom campaign.

The campaign was launched last year and aims to desex 1,500 cats to reduce the unwanted cat population in the capital.

RSPCA ACT and participating vet clinics will provide free desexing to cat owners who hold a current Centrelink or DVA gold card and live within the ACT or bordering NSW communities, including Jerrabomberra, Queanbeyan, Googong and Karabar.

Other owners who do not have one of those cards will still be eligible for a 20 per cent discount on desexing for their furry friend during August.

The campaign was implemented after RSPCA ACT noticed a worrying increase in pregnant cats and unwanted kittens coming into their care at the Weston shelter.

The offer is for cats only, and bookings can be made at the following participating clinincs:

  • Kent Street Veterinary Clinic
  • Inner South Veterinary Centre
  • Kaleen Veterinary Hospital
  • Wanniassa Hills Veterinary Clinic
  • Northside Veterinary Centre
  • Curtin Veterinary Clinic
  • Canberra Cat Vet

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