Kitten Adoption

Kitten Adoption At Campbelltown North Animal Hospital


Joe adoption kitten

Joe is home! He is now known as Arthur and has settled well into his loving furever home!

We do not have any kittens that need a loving home at the moment.

Please check out one of the animal rescue pages below if you are looking for a purrfect friend. =)

Pet Rescue:

Firefly Animal Rescue (local rescue group):

Animal Welfare League: 



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The Vets and Nurses at Dr Spots love to see responsible cat ownership in the Campbelltown community. This is why we are happily promoting our Cat Adoption Centre.

By adopting one of our healthy snuggly kittens you will gain a loving friend for life.

He/She will come:

  • Desexed (or with a voucher for desexing at 5-6months of age)
  • Microchipped
  • Vaccinated (up to the point of sale)
  • Flea Treated (up to the point of sale)
  • Wormed (up to the point of sale).
  • Your new kitty will also come Vet checked and with a sample of the yummy food it loves.

kitten-adoption-2The kittens are available at a small fee and all of the above goodies are included. The cost goes towards the services performed by our staff including desexing and vaccinations. The remainder we do as a service to the community and of course to our little feline friends.

Please be aware any vaccinations, worming, flea preventatives or treatment required after the adoption date will be the responsibility of the new owner.

We are proud of our achievements with our Cat Adoption program and have successfully re-homed countless needy cats so far. We find it rewarding and satisfying to know that despite coming from desperate beginnings they are now happy, well-adjusted members of their loving families.

If you are looking for a new furry friend, come and visit our fabulous feline display when we have special kittens up for adoption. If you have a cosy and loving home to offer, you can save a life and find a furever friend.

It is our policy to rescue kittens and cats from local welfare agencies on an ongoing basis.

Owning a cat is a responsibility that requires you to give understanding, affection, shelter, food and in return you will receive loving companionship. Research studies have also shown that owning a pet can have measurable health benefits.