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Postal: PO Box 160 Kensington Park SA 5068
Low price cat desexing: (08) 8331 0476

                                                                                                                              

tabby-kittens-sC.A.T.S. organises low-cost desexing of cats to prevent the breeding of unwanted kittens, and to manage cat-related problems humanely by returning desexed cats to their home territory.

People who need help with desexing can ring C.A.T.S. to organise low-cost desexing of their own cats by one of the participating vets. In addition, people who feed strays can ask C.A.T.S. to help with desexing these animals.

However, purebred cats and cats bought from breeders are not eligible. C.A.T.S. has vets who help us throughout the Adelaide metropolitan area and some country areas.

Costs are:

  • Female cat: $91.50
  • Male cat: $65

 


PLEASE HELP

URGENT action required to stop cat cruelty in Campbelltown Council SA

C.A.T.S. Cats Assistance To Sterilise Inc opposes all cat management laws as they undermine good cat management. Legislative restrictions do not work for cats as they are not like dogs and cannot be managed like dogs.

C.A.T.S. is helping the Cat Management and Welfare Group which is opposing the Campbelltown Council SA's draconian cat bylaw by assisting in gathering signatures on Petitions and Submissions.

The public consultation period begins on MONDAY 14 September and CLOSES 5pm, Monday 12 October 2020.
Please read the following and assist to stop this cruel and unjustified cat bylaw which includes trapping and killing cats.

An Urgent Message from Campbelltown Cat Management and Welfare Group

To all cat owners and carers in Campbelltown Council SA

Campbelltown Council is planning to impose a cat bylaw to force residents, under threats of fines, seizure of their cats and trapping and killing them, to register the cats (almost certainly with a registration fee) plus forcing a limit of cats to 2 per household plus forcing them to confine the cats.

This appalling legislation is not warranted as the residents of Campbelltown Council have shown their support for good cat management with literally thousands upon thousands of cats desexed and good cat management practiced.
To reward the residents’ diligence in making Campbelltown Council one of the top, well managed councils in SA, for its cat management, the elected members, most of whom are new, have sought to force these counterproductive restrictions upon their constituents.

You can read the Draft Cats By-Law on the Campbelltown Council website.

What you can do to stop this cruelty

Please tell Council that you oppose this bylaw, there are multiple ways to do this and it helps if you can do more than one.

Petition


Petition (PDF for printing)

Download the Petition and get as many people as possible to sign it to oppose this unfair and appalling cat bylaw.
Make sure the people signing put their full name.
When you have as many signatures as possible, post the Petition to Campbelltown Cats PO BOX 213 Kensington Park SA 5068 or email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Letter Submission to Council


Feedback Submission Letter (for printing)

We've set up a pre-filled letter to be printed and sent to Council - you just need to add your details.
If you want to add your own words or write your own letter you can use this as an example to assist you.

Online Feedback

Visit the Draft Cats By-Law page on Campbelltown Council website for more feedback options.
You can fill in an online feedback form, provide feedback via email or send a private message on Facebook or Twitter.


If you have any questions or would like further information email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For the cats of Campbelltown Council and the residents, we have to stop this cruel and unnecessary cat bylaw which will achieve nothing constructive but cause anxiety, suffering and misery for residents and suffering and death for cats.
The RSPCA says that it has seen “horrendous conditions” forced upon the cats in these cruel trapping cages and that these cages should not be provided to the public.