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CAT BLOG

Adopt, don't shop!



Thank you in advance!


When you adopt a cat from an animal shelter or rescue organisation, you not only save a life but enrich your own. Thank you in advance for doing this fantastic thing!


In most cases, an adopted cat or kitten has been:

  • spayed (or neutered)

  • vaccinated

  • micro-chipped

  • dewormed and rid of fleas

  • given a medical examination

  • tested for diseases such as Feline Immunodeficiency Virus‎ (FIV) and Feline Leukaemia (FeLV).


Adopt one and save another


The story of cat overpopulation in animal shelters is unfortunate. Every year, thousands and thousands of animals are killed because they do not have a home.


When you adopt a cat or a kitten, you are freeing up space in the shelter or rescue organisation for more cats to have a chance at life as well. And - because your new kitty has been spayed or neutered, you are helping to prevent the suffering of future generations of unwanted kittens.


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