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Council gives chance to win a Cat Enclosure Prize Pack valued at over $500

By Blue Mountains City Council
Posted: 27 Mar 2024
The Keeping Cats Safe at Home Project is designed to protect cats’ welfare while safeguarding local wildlife.
Blue Mountains City Council has launched a competition offering local cat owners the chance to win one of 32 cat enclosure prize packs, each valued over $500.

These prize packs include a single size 1.8m freestanding cat enclosure, a UV50+ waterproof cover, and a cat hammock, providing the perfect sanctuary for furry companions.

The Keeping Cats Safe at Home Project, a joint initiative between RSPCA and Council, is designed to protect cats’ welfare while safeguarding local wildlife.

Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill said the competition is a great opportunity to reinforce the importance of keeping cats at home.

“Keeping cats safe at home not only benefits our pets but also protects our native wildlife. It's a win-win for everyone involved,” Cr Greenhill said.

"As responsible pet owners, it's our duty to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our pets and the environment around us. I encourage all eligible cat owners in the Blue Mountains to participate in this competition and join us in making a positive impact on our community."

By keeping cats at home, cat owners can contribute to:

  • Reducing the risk of cats getting sick, injured, or lost
  • Minimising the impact of cats on native wildlife populations
  • Protecting cats from potential theft or abuse
  • Enhancing the overall health and longevity of pets

The competition closes at 3pm on May 31, 2024.

To enter the competition and learn more about the Keeping Cats Safe at Home Project, including detailed terms and conditions visit here

Hard copy entry forms are also available at Council customer service. Contact Council on 4723 5000.

 
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