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Cairns City Council (Qld) cat desexing program

If you are a resident of Cairns City Council (Qld) you may be eligible for a discount cat desexing voucher. You can desex your female cat for $65, additional females for $50 and male cats for $55. Please contact us on 5509 9044 to determine eligibility.  Conditions apply. These vouchers are not available online.

By |2019-10-22T12:41:28+10:00October 21st, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Hornsby City Council (NSW) cat desexing program

If you are a resident of Hornsby City Council (NSW) you may be eligible for a discount cat desexing voucher. You can desex your female cat for $65, additional females for $50, male cats for $55. Cats must be micro chipped prior to desexing.  Hornsby Shire Council offers free micro chipping to eligible cat owners so please contact them on 98476666 to make an appointment before obtaining a desexing voucher. Please contact us on 1300 368 992 to obtain your voucher after micro chipping. These vouchers are not available online.

By |2019-11-11T11:31:03+10:00October 21st, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Brisbane Cooperative Desexing Program to prevent unwanted cats

(IMAGE: Ashlee Henneker and Kelli Schluter of VetLove Ashgrove one of the participating vet clinics in the Brisbane NDN Cooperative Desexing Program, with Max the desexed cat) Brisbane City Council have provided $52 000 in funding for the 2018/19 year, to subsidise cat desexing for residents in need through AWLQ’s NDN Cooperative Desexing Program. Residents will pay just $35 to desex a male cat and $55 for a female cat. To help people with many undesexed cats, additional female cats will only be $35. Residents in need can phone NDN [...]

By |2018-09-10T11:04:25+10:00September 5th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|58 Comments

All your questions about Queensland’s new dog and puppy owner legislation answered

*This information has been provided by the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries – Biosecurity Queensland* NEW LAWS FOR DOG BREEDERS Many Queenslanders are concerned about the welfare of dogs and puppies sold and supplied in Queensland, so the Queensland Government has amended the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 to include new laws that promote the responsible breeding of dogs. The new laws only apply to dogs born on or after 26 May 2017. Dogs born before this date are not affected. By law, authorised microchip implanters must ensure [...]

By |2017-05-30T05:53:40+10:00May 29th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|8 Comments