Keeping Cats Safe at Home

Shoalhaven City Council and nine other local councils have partnered with RSPCA NSW on the Keeping Cats Safe at Home project set to be delivered over the next four years.

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  • Project StatusIn Progress
  • Last reviewed 23 July 2024

About the project

The participating councils include: Blue Mountains City Council, Byron Shire Council, Campbelltown City Council, City of Parramatta Council, Hornsby Shire Council, Northern Beaches Council, Shoalhaven City Council, Tweed Shire and Kyogle Councils, Walgett Shire Council and Weddin Shire Council. 

The project has received funding of $2.5 million from the NSW Environmental Trust's Major Projects Prospectus. 

For more information about the project, visit the RSPCA NSW website.

This project has been assisted by the NSW Government through its Environmental Trust.  RSPCA NSW is a community-based, not for profit, animal welfare charity that protects, cares for, treats and rehomes animals across New South Wales.   

 

Catnet Competition in March 2024

Supported by the RSPCA, Council is giving away eight cat enclosures to show that your feline friend can live a safe and fulfilling life indoors or in an outdoors structure.

The competition is one element of the RSPCA campaign and thanks to funding from the RSPCA, Council is giving away: 

  • eight Catnet vouchers (valued at $500 each) redeemed to create a personalised outdoor containment system for your cat 

  • accessories valued at $125 to bring the wow factor to their new enclosures – shade cloth, scratch post, catnip plant, cubby and litter tray. 

Entrants need to live in the Shoalhaven and answer the simple question ‘Why is it important to keep your cat safe at home?’. 

Head to Council's Get Involved page to enter.

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