PHOTOS: Cats come pouring in to RSPCA

BETTY Bridge feels like a broken record when it comes to calls for pet owners to get serious about desexing.

Tomorrow she hopes to find 60 of her cats and kittens a new home.

The Friends of RSPCA Gladstone cat coordinator said she turned away 22 kittens in one day last week because she doesn't have the room for any more cats.

She said it was all due to the fact people are still not desexing their cats.

"Everyday I have people ringing about their litter of kittens but I just can't keep taking them," Ms Bridge said.

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"If I took every cat and kitten that was offered to me in the last three months I think we'd have 200 cats in our care."

"Many use the excuse they don't have the money to desex a cat, if that's the case, then they shouldn't have one."

"If you can only afford a $10 cat, then you shouldn't be buying it."

A cat adoption day will be held tomorrow at 17 Pams Crt, Beecher.

The cats and kittens are desexed, vaccinated, registered and wormed and are $180.

Ms Bridge said they do offer discounts to people who buy more than one cat or a cat that has been up for adoption for more than four months.

The adoption day is held from 10am -1 pm.



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