Vets, Cowra Council partner to help rehome abandoned animals

Cowra Council's Michael Ryan and Kate Alberry (right), along with Cowra Veterinary Centre's Kellie Seres are hoping this cat will be adopted into a loving home.
Cowra Council's Michael Ryan and Kate Alberry (right), along with Cowra Veterinary Centre's Kellie Seres are hoping this cat will be adopted into a loving home.

She may not be the Miranda Kerr of the cat world but one little feline is looking for her forever home.

After being surrendered three weeks ago, she is being rehomed as part of a collaboration between Cowra Council and Cowra Veterinary Centre.

"Council and our vets are working together for the community and to find homes for these animals," Cowra Council's Director of Environmental Services, Kate Alberry said.

The three-year-old is yet to be named but has been desexed, vaccinated, wormed and AIDS tested and will be microchipped before she is rehomed.

Vet Kellie Seres said the cat is very affectionate, good with children and can hold her own among the canine world.

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so while she probably won't be crowned 'Cutest Cat' anytime soon, this friendly feline is hoping to find a loving owner.

To welcome her into your home, contact Cowra Veterinary Centre on 6341 3113.