Publish on 29 Jun 2020
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Council offers subsidised desexing, microchipping and first vaccination to eligible residents in the Campbelltown LGA who meet the program criteria.
The CAWS (subsidised cat and dog de-sexing program) is re-commencing on 9 July 2020 – with compulsory COVID-19 Restrictions in place to protect the health of program participants and staff.
Bookings are now required and are essential.
Please call Kate on 0429 080 132 to secure a time to come to register and make your contribution payment for the CAWS program.
You must be on time for your appointment or you will miss out. There will be no walk up registrations taken on the day.
Please ensure you have your pension card or letter advising you earn under $25,000 per year, proof that you are a resident of the Campbelltown Local Government Area and that you are 18 years or older. You must make your contribution payment (see below) upon registering for the program as well.
|Contribution fees (up to 2 animals per household) are as follows:
After you have attended your appointment with us and your animal is booked in for a de-sexing date, you will need to provide your own transport of your animal to the clinic on the scheduled date for de-sexing and to collect your animal after the de-sexing.
For more information or for enquiries regarding the program, please contact our City Standards and Compliance team on 02 4645 4604.
News category: Animals & Pets