Is there a fluffy, cat-shaped hole in your life? Have you been looking for an excuse to fill it? If so, consider this your calling.
With the annual kitten season coming to an end and an influx of rescues on its hands, the Cat Protection Society of Victoria (CPSV) is putting the call out for feline-friendly homes, mainly for kittens, but also some mama cats. Most of the animals are either surrendered as kittens or rescued by council rangers and in need of TLC, medical attention and loving new homes.
If you're keen to adopt one of these kittens, it'll cost you $135 — or $80 for an adult — which includes all the necessities: microchipping, desexing, vaccinations, parasite treatment, a full vet check and a two-week health cover. Recently desexed cats will also get free follow-up vet care and CPSV will be on hand to help out with questions and follow-ups long after each adoption is complete.
Because the CPSV currently has a lot of cats that need fur-ever homes, this weekend it will throw in a free litter tray, litter, scoop, food bowl and a whole heap of dry food when you adopt an adult cat (older than 12 months).
For more information on adopting and to see some of the animals that need rehoming, jump over to the CPSV website. The CPSV is located at 200 Elder Street, Greensborough and is open from 10am–3pm on Saturday, March 31 and Monday, April 2, and is closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.