- Desexing of cats is not compulsory, however it is recommended.
- If you do not have a certificate that your cat is desexed, contact your local vet to see if they are able to provide a letter confirming it has previously been desexed. Bringing your animal to Council is not proof that it has been desexed, officers will not look at animals which are brought in.
- Desexing of cats is recommended because of benefits to your animal’s temperament, and the community.
- Desexing of cats also prevents accidents from occurring and reduces the number of unwanted cats which cause nuisance and have to be put down.
There are currently no registration fees.