Sydney’s Cat Protection Society Is Opening Its Doors To Kids These School Holidays!
The Cat Protection Society of NSW
How’s this for a school holidays activity?
The Cat Protection Society of NSW will be opening their doors this month, giving cat-loving kids the opportunity to interact with the adorable animals in a way they’ll never forget!
On Wednesday, January 15 and 22, families will experience the following:
Participants will gain an understanding of feline care as well as the love and commitment involved in being a responsible pet owner.
They will have the option to be hands-on or quietly observe and will be able to ask questions and interact with cats.
These hour long sessions will include:
• Cat care
• Understanding feline body language
• Feline behaviour, health and welfare
• How to handle a cat safely
• How to make your own cat toys
• Cuddle therapy!
The society is also a ‘no kill’ shelter, meaning the cats you meet don’t have a sad story ahead of them.
Sessions are free and aimed at children in Primary school from Kindergarten to Year 6, although bookings are essential!
Wednesday 15 & 22 January
- 10.30am – 11.30am
- Midday – 1pm
- 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Find out more about the event and how to book here!
The Cat Protection Society of NSW is located at 103 Enmore Road, Newtown.