Welcome to Kitty Katz and Friends
The purpose of this site is to provide information to people looking to buy/adopt pets and provide care to their little family members.
We promote pet adoption as a way of providing a home to what would have been an unwanted pet. Hopefully this will reduce the amount of unwanted animals that are euthanized each year at our local pounds.
Helping Japan’s Pet’s & Animals’
13 March 2012 9:46 AM | No Comments
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Micro chipping gives your pet a form of identification that they can’t lose like they would a collar. The microchip implant is about the size of a grain of rice and is inserted under the skin of your pet usually on the back of their neck. This microchip carries […]
Getting a family pet de-sexed is very important in not only preventing animal overpopulation with unwanted pets but also improves their temperament making for a better family life not only for owners but for the animal themselves. Each year at least 200 000 healthy cats and dogs are euthanized in […]
Duke is looking for a new home. He is a handsome, friendly and easy going cat who loves chilling out. He’s also desexed. If you would like to know more about Duke or would like to adopt him feel free to contact us on 0419005625 or email email@example.com.
Posted on March 13, 2012 | No CommentsIt’s been one year since the Japan quake, tsunami disaster and the effects are still being felt through out Japan. Even today animals are still being found in area’s zoned off due to contamination from the Fukushima nuclear plant. A few local animal rescue centers braving these areas to find […]