Blue Mountains News
Operation Cat Extended for Discounted Desexing
Lithgow ‘Operation Cat’ is a partnership program between the Cat Protection Society NSW, Lithgow City Council and Local Veterinary Hospitals/Clinics Bowenfels Vet Clinic, Lithgow Veterinary Hospital and Hartley Veterinary and Animal Centre has been extended until the 7th February 2020.
Lithgow City Council Mayor Ray Thompson said, “This is a great opportunity for residents within the Lithgow Local Government Area to take advantage of discounted desexing. It’s important to remember that kittens can have kittens.”
The cost is $50.00 to de-sex and micro-chip your cat/s. The program has been running since the 11th November 2019 and has now been extended for those who haven’t yet taken advantage of this fantastic service.
To get involved call the Cat Protection Society of NSW on (02) 9519 7201 Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm to select a vet and make payment to secure your place.
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