Townsville City Animals
|CAT ADOPTION SALE|
Saturday 14 November to Saturday 5 December
Currently we have a number of cats in our care that are looking for their fur-ever home.
Whether you’re looking for company, or want to expand your family, we’re certain you’ll find what your looking for here at the Adoption Centre.
All cats are $30 to adopt and will be desexed and microchipped, have had their first vaccination and includes the permit to keep the cat.
To make an appointment to come and visit our furry residents, please call 0457 769 362 or view the full profiles of our lovely felines that are up for adoption.
Council is offering free microchipping to registered dogs and approved cats in Townsville. Your pet must be registered with Council prior to booking your appointment.
Free microchipping days will take place at the Animal Care & Adoption Centre once a month until June 2021.
Bookings are required, phone 13 48 10 today as early registration is encouraged to avoid missing out.
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These pages provide information about your obligations as a pet owner in Townsville, and services and facilities offered by Council including off leash dog parks and the Animal Care and Adoption Centre.
The following pets have been rescued from the streets of Townsville. They have not had registration disks or any form of identification on them to allow us to return them home.
All animals available for adoption at the Townsville Animal Care and Adoption Centre have been vet checked, desexed, microchipped and registered or approved. Please note that adoptions are by appointment only.
Information on registering your dog or cat and animal management legislation.
A listing of dog off leash areas across the city.
Information, processes and legislation relating to dog attacks.
Information on why dogs bark and what residents can do to solve the problem.
Advice on what to do with your pets before and during a disaster.
There are several permanent and temporary flying fox camps around the Townsville region, including in the mangroves at the mouth of most of our major waterways (Bohle, Ross and Haughton Rivers) as well as smaller camps closer to urban areas and on Magnetic island.