LITTLE Max and his brother Stewie have been waiting for their forever home for more than 51 days.
These Port Macquarie two kittens are among more than 660 cats housed in RSPCA NSW shelters across the state.
With shelters at a 115 per cent capacity for felines, the organisation is reducing adoption fees for cats in an effort to find forever homes for as many cats as possible.
There's never been a better time to adopt a purrfect pal who will want to spend all nine lives with you.
Until Sunday, April 25, the adoption fees are for adult cats over 6 months have been reduced to $100, and $150 for kittens.
All adoptions include desexing, microchipping, vaccinations, vet checks and up-to-date parasite control.
While the adoption fees do not cover the cost of the procedures and treatments, it is the best welfare outcome for the animals that the RSPCA reduces its shelter stay times and find them homes.
View all cats and kittens available for adoption here: rspcansw.org/felines
WHO IS LOOKING FOR A HOME AT THE PORT MACQUARIE SHELTER?
- Eva is a 7-month-old Domestic Short Hair who has been in our care since November last year, currently in foster but looking for her forever home: https://www.rspcansw.org.au/adopt/pet/492002/
- Brian is a black and white 10-year-old male who has been waiting in the adoption rows for a month hoping to meet his new family: https://www.rspcansw.org.au/adopt/pet/494523/
- Shy cat Max and his Brother Stewie are only 6-months-old but yet both have been up for adoption for 51 days. That's is over five times longer for the average for kittens who usually get adopted within a week: https://www.rspcansw.org.au/adopt/pet/489124/ and https://www.rspcansw.org.au/adopt/pet/489126/