In response to a nationwide supply shortage of core cat vaccinations, we are now limiting the number of adult stray cats coming into our shelters and prioritising vulnerable kittens and their mums.
Anyone wishing to rehome their cat must provide a vaccination certificate as evidence that their cat/s have received either an F3 or F4 vaccination in the last two years. As always, each rehoming request will be assessed on a case-by-case basis dependent on the cat’s vaccine status and our ability to accommodate the animal at the time.
We currently have extremely limited capacity to assist with adult stray cats. Due to this, priority will be given to sick, injured and vulnerable animals. As per usual practice, strict quarantine protocols are in place to ensure the wellbeing of all animals in our care.
If anyone needs assistance with stray animals or rehoming their pets, we encourage them to speak with their council or local vet before reaching out to us.
For more information, please review the FAQs below. If you have any further questions, please feel free to give our team a call on 8348 1300.