Friday 17 February 2012

The launch of CAWS draws an applause!

The Community Animal Welfare Scheme South West Sydney (CAWS SWS) is now a reality with Community Education Manager, Matt French, currently fielding initial enquiries and taking registrations!

Registering for what exactly you may ask? Well CAWS SWS is a partnership between RSPCA NSW, The University of Sydney and Campbelltown City Council and is aimed at allowing pensioners and low income earners to get their cats and dogs desexed at a greatly reduced rate.

Those who enjoy following our Education Blog would have read about the benefits of desexing yesterday and this initiative will ensure those who may not have been able to fulfill their responsibilities as a pet owner can now do so!

To read more about the scheme click here.

If you are a resident of Rosemeadow or Ambarvale and am currently a pensioner or low income earner and wish to have your pets desexed, please contact the RSPCA NSW Education Team on 9782 4460.

Desexed puppies are healthier and happier!

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