Sterilisation

All cats 6 months old and over must be sterilised according to the WA Cat Act 2011 This isn’t the only reason to sterilise your cat. The following are also important too: Reduces cat overpopulation: By preventing pregnancy. Shelters/Rescues have more cats than there...

Cat Laws WA

The Cat Act 2011 came into effect on November 1st 2013 What does this mean for you and your feline friend? All cats that have reached six months of age are required to be: Microchipped Sterilised Registered with the relevant local government. Your cat will be required...

Dealing with Nuisance Cats

Even as cat lovers we understand that sometimes you can have unwelcome guests spraying on your doors, tormenting your caged birds, starting cat fights on your front lawn or pooing in your kid’s sandpit. Sometimes these cats are owned by your neighbours, stray or...

Helping Stray Cats

If a stray cat has befriended you or you have caught one then very important to make sure that it doesn’t belong to someone. If you rehome the animal without checking its ownership then you’re rehoming someone’s cherished friend. See if it has an ID tag on a collar...

Rehoming Your Cat

We do offer services to help you re-home your family member but with so many stray, orphaned and abandoned animals, our resources can be limited and it takes the pressure off us if you can try to find your cat a new home. Remember, your cat is your...