Reduced cat desexing available to residents
Posted 13 months ago
Local cat owners can take advantage of Camden Council’s subsidised Cat Desexing Program, which is available now.
The program allows eligible residents, including pensioners and concession card holders, in the Camden area to desex their male cats for just $45 and their female cats for $65.
Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli, said the Cat Desexing Program will help reduce the number of abandoned pets.
“Desexing your cat will not only prevent unwanted pregnancies but is also an important part of responsible pet ownership,” Cr Fedeli said.
“It is heartbreaking to see many cats and kittens abandoned every year because their owners were not able to take on additional pets.
“This program assists residents who love their cats but cannot necessarily afford to desex them. I encourage all eligible residents to take advantage of the offer.”
Participating veterinarians within the Camden area include:
- Leppington Veterinary Clinic;
- Macarthur Veterinary Group, Mount Annan;
- Macarthur Veterinary Group, Camden;
- Macarthur Veterinary Group, Gregory Hills;
- Rossmore Veterinary Hospital; and
- The University of Sydney Veterinary Hospital.
The Cat Desexing Program is available for a limited time only.
For more information on the program, contact Council’s Companion Animal Ranger on 4654 7777.