RSPCA cat carer Betty Bridge of Gladstone holds young Cyrus.
RSPCA cat carer Betty Bridge of Gladstone holds young Cyrus. Chrissy Harris

Cats need homes

CATS are cute, cuddly and furry and the cats and kittens at the RSPCA are just dying for someone to take them home.

All the kittens and cats will be searching for their forever home and as we come into the prime breeding season there will be many kittens up for adoption.

RSPCA member and cat foster carer Betty Bridge is hoping to re-home as many of the cats and kittens as possible this Sunday with over 30 seeking new homes.

“We need people to make room in their hearts and homes,” Ms Bridge said.

All the cats have been health checked with worming and vaccinations right up to date.

They range in cost from about $80-$200 with kittens being slightly more expensive.

So if you want to help out the life of a loving animal you can head down to the RSPCA adoption shelter opposite the NRG Power Station this Sunday, October 19, from 9am to noon.



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