Kaitlyn the cat was a young mum out on the streets. She didn’t ask to get knocked up, sadly because her owners didn’t get her desexed or keep her safe at home, she is now caring for her four kittens in a foster home.

Kaitlyn’s unwanted lifestyle could have been prevented with one simple operation.

The RSPCA’s Operation Wanted desexing initiative commences in June. Until August 31, participating vets and councils in Queensland are offering 20% off cat and dog desexing.

Not only does desexing prevent unwanted litters and reduce the strain on animal shelters, council facilities and foster homes, it has many health benefits for your pet that you may not be aware of!

Register for your desexing discount online and find a vet near you.

Once Kaitlyn’s kitties are of age, they too will be desexed and start looking for their own furever homes.

So keep an eye out for Kaitlyn, Kendall, Kim, Kylie and Khloe on our adoptions page