Purr-fect solution

THE Coffs Harbour RSPCA is excited to announce that they have homed 17 cats since last Wednesday, but this doesn't let cat owners off the hook for desexing their animals.

Sue Merrick, manager of the Coffs Harbour RSPCA said she's relieved so many have been adopted, but is still worried about the number of cats and kittens being left at the RSPCA.

“It was heart breaking to see so many beautiful kittens there.”

Mrs Merrick said that it's not acceptable for pet owners not to desex their cats.

“You have to know what you're responsible for before you get into it.”

The RSPCA is currently holding 'Feline Frenzy' selling fully vaccinated, microchipped, desexed and toilet trained kittens for $120, instead of the usual $190, until Wednesday January 21.

The RSPCA is in Dowsett Drive, Coffs Harbour, is open seven days a week, Monday 10am until 2pm, Tuesday 9am until 11am, Wednesday to Saturday 10am until 3.30pm and 10am until 2pm on Sunday.



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