Pet Care and Financial Assistance

Life doesn’t always go as planned and sometimes we need help looking after our pets. The following organisations can help when you need it: Pet Food Bank – Western Australia www.facebook.com/PetFoodbankAustralia Perth Veterinary Bill Assistance...

Emergency Medical Issues and Vet Services

Sometimes kitties get sick when general vet practices aren’t open but there are still vet services that can help. The following are medical issues your kitty may develop that need urgent medical attention: Collapse/non-responsive or unable to stand – Respiratory...

Vaccinations

Vaccinations are important to keep your kitty safe from deadly diseases. The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) splits recommended cat vaccinations into “core” and “non-core” vaccines. Core vaccines are those on the cat vaccination schedule that are appropriate...

Microchipping

All cats 6 months of age and over must be microchipped in accordance with the WA Cat Act 2011. What is a Microchip? Microchips are tiny transponders, about the size of a grain of rice, that can be implanted under your pet’s skin by veterinarians and registered...

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...