To help our cats and kittens find new homes, and to help you find your new lazy best friend, we’re bringing the cats to you. Our mobile pet care unit, MADI, is heading out to Cranbourne for our first-ever pop-up cat adoption event.
All cats and kittens adopted from the Home are health checked, desexed, microchipped and vaccinated, which is all included in the adoption fee.
For a small donation, you’ll receive a starter pack of goodies to help settle your new cat or kitten into your home.
“MADI is a fantastic outreach tool, allowing us to get out into the community and make a real impact where it’s needed most,” said Dr David Cunliffe, General Manager, Animal Welfare at the Home.
“MADI has been a tremendous success with mobile desexing events. The unit’s versatility means it’s also perfectly suited as a mobile pet adoption centre.
There are currently more than a hundred cats and kittens up for adoption at the Home. We want to help them find loving new families, and show the community why adoption is the best option.
“The south-eastern corridor, particularly the City of Casey, is a huge growth area.
“We know there are many people in Casey and surrounding communities who can offer a loving forever home to a cat or kitten in need.
“We’ll have a variety of cats and kittens available to adopt at this event. With so many personality types, there’s one to suit every kind of family.
“If you’re looking for a new cat or kitten, come on down to our pop-up cat adoption event and let us help you find your lazy best friend.”